Events at Shakespeare & Co.

July 25

4:00pm – 5:00pm

Kids Corner: Storytelling

Storytelling every Tuesday afternoon at 4 pm. Bring your kids and discover or rediscover the wonderful world of children's literature.
July 25: Michelle Ascher Dunn will read her book BELA, a charming and true story about a feral cat and how an orange blanket convinced her to adopt her new family. Kids will be encouraged to write their own pet story, with the option of printing it on the Espresso Book Machine. The event is free.
Book printing: $8.95

July 25

6:30pm – 8:00pm

Health Talk: Lyme Disease

A comprehensive and holistic approach to living with Lyme disease by Rika Keck, Holistic health consultant, FDN-P, ACN, author of NOURISH, HEAL, THRIVE. Moderated by Dr. Sally Warren, N.D. & Holistic Practitioner.
An informative talk about Lyme disease, co-infections, transmission and healing opportunities. Learn how to protect yourself, children and pets.
Q&A and book signing to follow. RSVP: events@shakeandco.com

Co-hosted by Metro Integrative Pharmacy

July 27

6:30pm – 8:00pm

Book Signing: The Gears of Fate

GEARS OF FATE is a YA novel that combines Norse and Greek Mythology with a dash of Steampunk in a fresh and humorous way.
Wilbert Stanton was born and raised in New York. From an early age, he decided he would either write books or take over the world. Along the way, he studied Psychology, English, and Computer Science. He's held jobs in a wide range of fields and met people from all walks of life. In the end, world domination was a bit tedious, so he decided to focus on writing books.

August 1

4:00pm – 4:30pm

Kids Corner: Storytelling

Storytelling is back at Shakespeare & Co every Tuesday afternoon at 4 pm. Bring your kids and discover or rediscover the wonderful world of children's literature.

August 1

6:30pm – 7:30pm

The Shakespeare & Co Book Club

The Shakespeare & Co Book Club featuring The New York Review Books will discuss TROPIC MOON by Georges Simenon.
"A frightening study of lust and violence in the Belgian Congo, [a] superb and polished work of art masquerading as pulp fiction." - John Banville, The New Republic
"A sleek, feverish read, perfect for a summer afternoon indoors, all the windows open wide and the fans on high." - Open Letters Monthly

August 3

6:30pm – 8:00pm

Insane Consequences: A conversation about the mental health system

Join DJ Jaffe, author of INSANE CONSEQUENCES (How the Mental Health Industry Fails the Mentally Ill)and Howard Husock, author of PHILANTHROPY UNDER FIRE, for a critical look at the mental health care system. A must for anyone who has to care for a mentally ill person or knows someone who does.

August 8

4:00pm – 4:30pm

Kids Corner: Storytelling

Storytelling is back at Shakespeare & Co every Tuesday afternoon at 4 pm. Bring your kids and discover or rediscover the wonderful world of children's literature

August 15

4:00pm – 4:30pm

Kids Corner: Storytelling

Storytelling is back at Shakespeare & Co every Tuesday afternoon at 4 pm. Bring your kids and discover or rediscover the wonderful world of children's literature

August 22

4:00pm – 4:30pm

Kids Corner: Storytelling

Storytelling is back at Shakespeare & Co every Tuesday afternoon at 4 pm. Bring your kids and discover or rediscover the wonderful world of children's literature