Anthology Book Company is pleased to introduce the new events coordinator, Matt. Those of you who frequent the store will recognize Matt as the knowledgeable, well-read bookseller and trader. To add to his talents, Matt will be replacing me as coordinator of events and media relations. Additionally, Jessica, a long-time bookseller, trader and leader of the SciFi-Fantasy Book club will edit the newsletter, manage the website and support other customer relations duties. If you should have questions in any of these areas, feel free to contact us. Owner Stephanie Stauder, along with manager Teresa and the staff strive to keep Anthology your “inspired” bookstore of choice.
As for me, I am relocating to the great Northwest. An employment opportunity in Portland, OR beckons. I encourage you to continue your patronage of Anthology and recognize the importance of shopping locally. We have a gem of an indie bookstore here. Treasure it.
Thanks to all who crossed my path, both in- store and on-line, during my 18 months at Anthology. Farewell!
Many of our readers and customers may be enamored with Loveland, Colorado. I know it found its way into my heart 30 years ago when I moved here to escape the “big city” of Fort Collins. I settled in an older home on 4th and Harrison, walked to the Library, purchased fresh meats at The Little Store on 5th Street, nosed around shops and taverns downtown, and quickly fell in love with my new hometown. Soon I was active in community affairs, including chairing the Loveland Valentine Museum efforts, handling vendors and displays for the Corn Roast Festival, helping with philanthropic efforts, and serving on the Human Relations Commission for the City.
So, when I heard of the Loveland365 Project (www.loveland365.com), I was not surprised the “secret” was out. “Loveland 365 is a not for profit grassroots coalition of Loveland business people and citizens who undertook a year-long project…to write about and photograph compelling stories and images about Loveland”. The result is a 12″ x 9″ full color, 384 page coffee table picture book that tells the remarkable and inspirational stories of our hometown.
Entitled Loveland365 People, Places & Things that Make Us America’s Sweetheart City, the book is now available for pre-sold orders at $39.99. All net proceeds, up to $20, will be donated to participating non-profits. Go to the website to order your book, purchase it with a credit card and designate your favorite non-profit. More information and details can be found there. The book will not be sold in retail stores.
Anthology Book Company is proud to help in the promotion of this exciting endeavor. We have printed information in the store, and can put you in contact with the appropriate avenues for ordering your copy.
A sincere thank you to John Giroux and his volunteers who had the vision to undertake this project, while taking the initiative to contribute to non-profits here in Loveland. You can be a part of this effort. Order your copy today.
Plan to attend the February book club meeting on the 1st at 6 pm as members will suggest an alternate title for April. The current April selection is unavailable.
Any questions, contact Jessica at Anthology.
We will be closing at 1 pm tomorrow, 31 December to conduct our year-end inventory. Our hours on this day are 9-1 pm and the Winter Sale will be in force.
New Year’s Day closed.
We will reopen Sunday, January 2 from 11-5 pm.
Happy New Year to all our customers and friends.
It’s that time of the year again! The annual Winter Sale begins next week, with every item (both new and used) in the store 25% off. Now is the chance to pick up that book, Moleskine, journal, incense, jewelry, greeting card, Melissa & Doug toy…at substantial savings! Used books will be sold at an additional 25% off the trade price. The only exceptions to the sale are items on hold, special orders and gift certificates.
So what are you waiting for? This is a great time to stock up for birthday, anniversary, wedding, births…all the occasions of 2011.
December 29 from 9-6 pm
December 30 from 9-6 pm
December 31 from 9-1 pm.
And just a reminder the Trading Counter is closed beginning December 24th, through the end of the year.
Just a reminder that Anthology will be adjusting store hours at the end of December:
December 24 9-5pm
December 25-26 closed
December 31 9-1pm
January 1 closed
Book Trade is suspended from December 24 through the 31st.
The Annual Winter Sale is December 29, 30 & 31
25% off everything in the store (excluding items on hold or special orders & gift cards).