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Schuler Books & Music - Okemos

1982 Grand River Ave
Okemos, Michigan 48864

United States

1-517-349-8840; galerschulerbooks.com

Type: Bookstore — Not set

Web site: http://www.schulerbooks.com/

Events: http://www.schulerbooks.com/instore.events/o… (updated February 2009)

Twitter account: @SchulerBooks

Amenities: food/drink

Description: STORE HOURS:

9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Mon-Thur
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Fri - Sat
10:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Sunday

Added by: aqualectrix.  Contacted: Not contacted.  Venue ID: 9662

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tapestry100 (10), cthulhuslibrarian (5), alsvidur (3), bburtt (1), private (2)

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Upcoming events

Jun
4
Summer Reading Club Registration Begins! (Saturday, June 4 at unknown time)
Bring your young reader (grades K-8; Read-to-Me) to the bookstore to register for our Summer Reading Club today! (tapestry100)
Jun
7
Magic: Commander Night (Tuesday, June 7 at 6pm)
Bring a Commander deck and play a grand, multi-player game in this Magic rules variant. If you don't have a deck, extras are usually available to borrow and are available for sale. All Magic and related products will be 20% off for those attending the event. (tapestry100)
Jun
8
Young Adult Author Duo with K. A. Barson and Cori McCarthy (Wednesday, June 8 at 7pm)
Join us for a talk and signing with two accomplished Michigan Young Adult authors. K.A. Barson is the author of 45 Pounds (More or Less), celebrating the release of Charlotte Cuts It Out, a funny, relatable contemporary story set in the heart of the Midwest. Cori McCarthy has published two previous novels -- The Color of Rain and Breaking Sky -- who is currently promoting the release of You Were Here, a gripping narrative that defies expectation, moving seamlessly from prose to graphic novel panels and word art poetry. (tapestry100)… (more)
Jun
9
Dave and Jack Dempsey present Ink Trails II: Michigan's Famous and Forgotten Authors (Thursday, June 9 at 7pm)
From authors of bodice rippers and gallant figures to hometown poetry, hearty men, and tales of American originals, the history of literature in Michigan is deep and rich. The Wolverine State has been the birthplace, home, and inspiration to a tremendous number of men and women of letters, both the well-known and the obscure. Ink Trails II tells the stories of these fascinating and diverse writers whose talent is inextricably linked to Michigan.

Exploring the hidden treasures of otherwise forgotten authors while also acknowledging the Michigan-set stories of giants like Hemingway, Dave and Jack Dempsey delve into the state's literary heritage, as robust, diverse, and inexhaustible as the natural beauty of the place that nurtured it. This second volume of "ink trails" continues to tell the story of the remarkable writers, powerful words, and sublime nature of Michigan in the same well-researched and entertaining prose as the first. (tapestry100)
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Jun
14
Magic: Freeplay (Tuesday, June 14 at 6pm)
Bring a deck and play! Standard and Commander are the popular choices. Beginners welcome! All Magic and related products will be 20% off for those attending the event. (tapestry100)
Jun
14
Baseball Historian Tom Stanton presents Terror in the City of Champions (Tuesday, June 14 at 7pm)
We are pleased to welcome award-winning Michigan baseball historian Tom Stanton (Ty and the Babe, The Final Season) back to discuss his newest book, Terror in the City of Champions: Murder, Baseball, and the Secret Society That Shocked Depression-Era Detroit. Set in the mid-1930s, Stanton weaves a stunning tale of history, crime, and sports, revolving around the Black Legion, a vicious Klan-like group that quietly murdered an estimated 50 people in Michigan, including in the Lansing area. It might even have had a famous Tiger in its ranks. Don't miss this fascinating event, sure to captivate sports fans and historians alike! (tapestry100)… (more)
Jun
15
Michael Petty, DVM, presents Dr. Petty's Pain Relief for Dogs (Wednesday, June 15 at 7pm)
Join us for a presentation by veterinarian and pain management specialist Dr. Michael Petty, owner of the Arbor Pointe Veterinary Hospital as well as the Animal Pain Center, both in Canton, MI. A frequent speaker and consultant, Dr. Petty has pooled a career's worth of knowledge into his book Dr. Petty's Pain Relief for Dogs. Learn how to identify pain in your pet, how to find the best veterinarian for your dog, and what treatments are most effective. (tapestry100)… (more)
Jun
17
Shadows Over Innistrad Booster Draft (Friday, June 17 at 6pm)
Buy three boosters of the newest set Shadows over Innistrad to construct a deck to on the fly matches. Lands and Prizes are provided. (tapestry100)
Jun
21
Magic: Commander Night (Tuesday, June 21 at 6pm)
Bring a Commander deck and play a grand, multi-player game in this Magic rules variant. If you don't have a deck, extras are usually available to borrow and are available for sale. All Magic and related products will be 20% off for those attending the event. (tapestry100)
Jun
28
Magic: Freeplay (Tuesday, June 28 at 6pm)
Bring a deck and play! Standard and Commander are the popular choices. Beginners welcome! All Magic and related products will be 20% off for those attending the event. (tapestry100)
Jun
29
Talk & Signing with NYT-bestselling Mystery Author Cara Black (Wednesday, June 29 at 7pm)
The world knows Aimée Leduc - heroine of 15 mysteries in Cara Black's New York Times bestselling series-as a très chic, no-nonsense private investigator in Paris. Now, in Murder on the Quai, Black takes us back in time to reveal how Aimée first became a detective... Cara Black has built up an impressive following with her popular Aimée Leduc Investigation series, published in seven languages and with over 400,000 books currently in print. Lovers of travel and mystery will not want to miss this event! (tapestry100)… (more)
Jun
29
Adult Coloring Night in the Chapbook Cafe (Wednesday, June 29 at 7pm)
Join us for in the Chapbook Café for an adult coloring night. Bring your favorite coloring pages and supplies and get your art on. We will have limited supplies for people who have yet to set up their art kit. (tapestry100)

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