Tag: Bookstore at Library Square

Gifts With Literary Flair and Humor at the CALS Bookstore

Our Bookstore at Library Square is a gold mine for gift seekers, offering affordable delights for the book lover, the science buff, and the humorist.

From Jane Austen lip balm to Edgar Allan Poe candles to Mr. Rogers magnetic playsets or political joke mugs, these quirky gifts can make anyone on your list smile.


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Symbols and Shamans: Experience the Art of Matthew Castellano

Matthew Castellano talks fast. He has to keep up with the speed at which his creative ideas are tumbling through his thoughts. Talking to him is a lightning-quick trip through evocative phrases. He’ll mention a powerful folklore archetype in his work, but without elaborating, trusts the listener to get the full meaning from his quick riff,


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Stephen King Rules! Book Club presents: Pet Sematary double feature

The Stephen King Rules! Book Club and the Bookstore at Library Square present a special double feature screening of the 1989 and 2019 adaptations of Pet Sematary (R). Enjoy both films for the price of one — only $5!

The road in front of Dr. Louis Creed’s rural Maine home frequently claims the lives of neighborhood pets.


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Last Days to See the Dazzle and Glamour of Byron Werner’s Art

Shiny. Mysterious. Opulent. Old Hollywood. Intriguing. These are just a few words that may come to mind when you walk through the Bookstore at Library Square, where Byron Werner’s art exhibition is in its closing days. The show will close at 5:00 p.m. on Halloween night, this Thursday, October 31. Don’t miss this last chance to see it!


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Performance Art Brings Suspense to the Bookstore at Library Square

Scrape…scrape…scrape…CLANG!

The noises echoed into a silent room as the crowd held its breath on Second Friday Art Night.

“Raising the Bar”

David Carpenter, performance artist, was elevating a narrow beam higher and higher, using cement blocks and one iron girder.

But there was one catch: the entire time,


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