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Hours of Operation

Monday–Thursday,
10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

Friday & Saturday,
10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.

Sunday,
10:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

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Annie's Book Stop Of Worcester

65 James Street, Worcester MA 01603

     Your friendly neighborhood full-service bookstore!           

 

EVENTS CALENDAR

 


FRIDAY, MARCH 24TH AT 7PM

WORCESTER STORYTELLERS

Worcester Storytellers, hosted by Kristina England, is a monthly gathering of writers and readers, offering an open mic at 7pm sharp, followed by a featured reader.

This month's feature is novelist Diane Vanaskie Mulligan.

 

 


MONDAY, MARCH 27TH AT 7PM

FREE PEOPLES ARTISTS WORKSHOP
Sponsored by The Worcester County Poetry Association

Please join us every last Monday of the Month for this group open to all creative people: writers, painters, dancers, musicians, potters, craftsmen, composers and more.

Bring your works in progress for valuable feedback from the group members. Helpful comments and suggestions from other knowledgeable artists. Everyone interested in the arts is welcome to sit in.

Group facilitated by Sid Solomon and Sam Lalos.

 

 


SATURDAY,
APRIL 1ST

12NOON ONWARDS

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA
A HORROR EXTRAVAGANZA

Join us in kicking off our annual tribute to "April Is The Cruelest Month" by celebrating the 134th birthday of Lon Chaney, The Man Of A Thousand Faces! We'll be joined by noted horror author Paul McMahon, who will be giving a lecture on Chaney's career and the impact of his work as an actor and makeup creator for THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA.

We have other activities planned... watch this space for updates!

Please RSVP on our Facebook page.

 

 


SUNDAY, APRIL 2ND AT 2PM

READING AND SIGNING WITH JUDITH ROBBINS

Poet Judith Robbins joins us for the start of National Poetry Month as she reads from and signs her first collection THE NORTH END.

Please RSVP on our Facebook page

 

 


MONDAY, APRIL 3RD AT 7PM

SPINNING YARNS!

Bring your textile craft or other work in progress [sketchbook, laptop, etc.] and listen to audiobooks and audio dramas with us. A start-of-the-week social where all are welcome.

Please RSVP on our Facebook page.

 

 


FRIDAY, APRIL 7TH AT 4PM

BOOK TALK AND SIGNING WITH MARY BAURES

Psychologist and photographer Mary Baures discusses her work with orphaned wildlife and signs her book LOVE HEALS BABY ELEPHANTS.

Please RSVP on our Facebook page

 

 


SATURDAY, APRIL 8TH AT 3PM

BOOK SIGNING WITH LOREN SCHECHTER

Mystery and urban fantasy writer Loren Schechter reads from and signs his latest books, including THE CURE and ETHICS OF THE UNDEAD.

Please RSVP on our Facebook page

 

 


MONDAY, APRIL 10TH AT 7PM

SPINNING YARNS!

Bring your textile craft or other work in progress [sketchbook, laptop, etc.] and listen to audiobooks and audio dramas with us. A start-of-the-week social where all are welcome.

Please RSVP on our Facebook page.

 

 


SATURDAY, APRIL 15TH AT 6PM

BOOK CLUB MEETING:
RAINBOW READERS OF MASSACHUSETTS

Sarah Slocum hosts a monthly book club dedicated to reading all things Queer and LGBTQIA, with the intention of exploring in literature all sexualities and identities in both fiction, nonfiction and all the subgenres in between.

RRM's goal is to come together in a safe and intimate setting to discuss books and our love for the genre. Primarily serving Massachusetts, Northern Connecticut and Northern Rhode Island.

This month's selection is HEXBREAKER by Jordan L. Hawk, and is available for purchase at Annie's Book Stop of WOrcester.

Please RSVP on the Rainbow Readers Facebook page.

 

 


MONDAY, APRIL 17TH

11AM TO 2PM

SCHOOL VACATION WEEK
CRAFTS AND STORIES:
BUTTERFLIES, BUGS AND SPIDERS!

Looking for something to do on a Monday holiday? Join us for our April edition of "Hafta Craft". We'll be making paper bag puppets, paper plate masks, mobiles and more, as well as reading stories!

All ages welcome... children should be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Please RSVP on our Facebook page.

 

 


MONDAY, APRIL 17TH AT 7PM

SPINNING YARNS!

Bring your textile craft or other work in progress [sketchbook, laptop, etc.] and listen to audiobooks and audio dramas with us. A start-of-the-week social where all are welcome.

Please RSVP on our Facebook page.

 

 


TUESDAY, APRIL 18TH

11AM TO 2PM

SCHOOL VACATION WEEK
CRAFTS AND STORIES:
DOGS AND CATS!

More fun during the holiday week! Join us for our April edition of "Hafta Craft". We'll be making paper bag puppets, paper plate masks, mobiles and more, as well as reading stories!

All ages welcome... children should be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Please RSVP on our Facebook page.

 

 


THURSDAY, APRIL 20TH, AT 7PM

MONTHLY DOCTOR WHO DISCUSSION NIGHT

Join us on the third Thursday of each month for a discussion group about the world's long-running science fiction serial.

Kid-friendly and adult-friendly conversation welcome.

This month's topic:
New Season, New Companions

Please RSVP on our Facebook page.

 

 


MONDAY, APRIL 24TH AT 7PM

FREE PEOPLES ARTISTS WORKSHOP
Sponsored by The Worcester County Poetry Association

Please join us every last Monday of the Month for this group open to all creative people: writers, painters, dancers, musicians, potters, craftsmen, composers and more.

Bring your works in progress for valuable feedback from the group members. Helpful comments and suggestions from other knowledgeable artists. Everyone interested in the arts is welcome to sit in.

Group facilitated by Sid Solomon and Sam Lalos.

 

 


FRIDAY, APRIL 28TH AT 7PM

WORCESTER STORYTELLERS

Worcester Storytellers, hosted by Kristina England, is a monthly gathering of writers and readers, offering an open mic at 7pm sharp, followed by a featured reader.

This month's feature is journalist and fabulist BJ Hill.