Spring is finally here, and the Book Cellar is celebrating several special events this month!
Look for these special displays:
Easter (Sunday, April 9)
Gardening books featured during Virginia’s Historic Garden Week (April 15-22), featuring gardening books
Books on the environment to mark Earth Day (Saturday, April 22)
Poetry and plays recognizing National Poetry Month (April 1 – 30)
And we’ll wrap up the month with a celebration of “There’s More to the Story” – National Library Week!
The Book Cellar will likely be reorganizing and moving some sections in the store in the next few months; follow us on Facebook to stay up-to-date on the changes and all of the latest Book Cellar news!
The Book Cellar, located in the lower level of the John Barton Payne Bldg., Warrenton, is open Fridays and Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Is it time to replace your old car? The April issue of Consumer Reports is totally devoted to finding the right vehicle. Starting with “10 Top Picks,” navigate through 15 articles full of guidance and ratings. For example, in “Will and Electric Car Save You Money” learn that electric vehicles (EV) may cut repair expenses by 50%. (more…)
After growing up in Mississippi, Jernard Wells brought the familiar dishes and bold flavors of the South on his culinary journey to become a chef, restaurateur, and TV host. With Southern Inspired, Jernard continues his journey—retracing the steps of generations of African American cooks whose creations have contributed to global kitchen tables since slavery. This cookbook shares 100 recipes that are approachable for both beginners and more experienced cooks. (more…)
Meet the Author in March features amazing new virtual author talks from New York Times best selling and award winning authors, thought leaders, and a celebrity chef! Each talk features the opportunity to participate in author Q&A or pre-submit questions during registration! Read on for details on how to register for these and other upcoming talks. (more…)
I walked out the door the other day and realized I wasn’t hunching my shoulders against the cold. Why should I? The temperature was a balmy 78! All around, teenagers in shorts and T-shirts and adults in khakis and wind breakers made the most of the unusual weather.
But like a rubber band, the next day snapped back to 40 degrees and revelers sobered up to face several weeks before coats could be shucked for good. (more…)