Get 20% off of everything at Book Culture Friday, December 13th through Sunday, December 15th!*
As some of you may know, every December we hold a store-wide sale, giving our valued customers 20% off all discountable items. Well, it’s that time of year again, and next weekend, December 13th, 14th, and 15th, we’ll be having our annual holiday sale. Both Book Culture locations will be participating.
In addition, Book Culture will be hosting an afternoon tea reception with wine Friday, December 13th, to mark the beginning of our sale weekend, as well one of our signature bagel breakfasts Saturday, December 14th. Stop in to enjoy tea and crumpets or a cup of coffee, and get your holiday gifts at a great price from your neighborhood booksellers.
If you can’t make it in the store, don’t fret! That weekend the sale will also be extended to our online consumers on BookCultureKids.com, and phone orders as well. Order online or over the phone between Friday, December 13 and Sunday, December 15th to receive 20% all discountable items.
Hope to see you there,
The Staff at Book Culture
*Coursebooks, short discount books, and magazines are not discountable.
Poetry Open Mic Night
Tomorrow, December 6th at 7pm a reading will begin at Book Culture on 112th Street.
All are welcome to come and read, but we ask to please keep your piece between 5-7 minutes.
Relax and enjoy refreshments and the
imaginations of your peers.
Come in early to reserve a spot to read.
Small Business Saturday was once again a success at both Book Culture locations. This year was special; we were lucky enough to have Will Schwalbe, author of The End of Your Life Book Club, join us on the floor. He was great helping suggest books to customers and added a great dynamic to the sales floor. We are so happy that Will accepted our invitation to join us on Small Business Saturday and we hope to see him in the store soon, maybe not as a clerk this time. The staff would like to thank Will Schwalbe for his time and dedication to small businesses and bookstores in New York City.
As usual, we hosted a bagel breakfast Saturday to thank our customers for coming in and supporting their local and independent booksellers. Shopping independently is important for keeping communities thriving. Without our neighborhood supporters and customers, city, nation and worldwide, this store would be completely different. We love hearing from our customers and friends about what we could be doing to improve our community and our stores. In Morningside Heights we are lucky to have the Columbia students and faculty; they add so much character to our stores and make bookselling worthwhile. Small Business Saturday is a way that we can get back in touch with what is important about running a small business. It is all about the customers and the employees learning and laughing together.
and Tsipi Keller.
Join us and share wine and light refreshments.
31 Third Avenue (at 9th Street)
New York, NY 10003
subway: 6 to Astor Place, N/R to 8th Street, L to 14th St/3rd Avenue