If you'd like to book an author event with us, please email us.
Upcoming Events ::
September 28th :: 10 - 11:30a
Art & Film ::
The Go Cart
Join us for a free screening of the award-winning short kids' film, The Go Cart, with the director, Kailyne Waters.
A lone shopping cart injured and seized for scrap breaks free and navigates a world of danger, changing his fate and bringing happiness to those he encounters.
We'll have Fresh Donuts and fruit, and a craft afterwards where kids can write their own story about bringing an inanimate object to life!
A morning of art and culture does wonders for a child's imagination. Come make art with us. Click here for more information.
October 11th :: 7 - 8:30p
Tcr! reads from his
diaries 2018 – the book.
Join us for a book reading and signing of diaries 2018 – the book by tcr!
“The ebbs and flows of an alcoholic. It’s all true. A year’s worth of words on his recovery journey, how he sees things, and recounts of people he bumps into. Most of the time he doesn’t know what he’s talking about.”
Saint Charles Scarecrow Festival
October 11th - 13th
Support us again this year at The Scarecrow Festival in downtown Saint Charles. If you'd like to volunteer to help build our entry, follow this hyperlink.
October 24th :: 7 - 8:30p
Book Launch for Trinian, an epic fantasy
Join us for the book launch of Trinian :: A simple soldier becomes king and dares to challenge a power-hungry god...
A savior tale of an endangered world and the end of time. An epic war between gods and mortals erupts in this exciting new novel from Elizabeth Russell.
We'll have cheese, wine, and plenty of books available for purchase. Ms. Russell herself will be here to answer any questions and talk Trinian. Click here for more information.
Details in due time. But it'll be big.
Robin Williams is
Book Launch for Robin Williams is my Uncle
Join us for the release of Robin Williams is my Uncle, a chapbook on trauma, epigenetics, and perception all told through a deconstruction of Robin Williams’ children’s movies. Date tba.
What makes a person an adult? What makes their story their story? A bricolage of death and living through watching.