Ye Olde Bookshoppe will have an amazing artist and silversmith in the store, we have carried his jewelry since we purchased the store and he as grown along with us.
Now is your chance to see him in person and at work.
You can enter to win a custom handcrafted ring, just come in anytime we are open before
January 6, 2017, 4:00 p.m. The Artist will be arriving by 4 p.m. and will be on-site until we close at 8 p.m.
Need directions? Click HERE or see end of this post.
What Would Yours Say?
First, think of what you would like your ring to say. Then, come into the store before contest deadline. After you have entered to win by writing down your words, name, phone and ring size, you can finally browse around the best used bookstore around!
How do you describe yourself?
We asked this question of our featured artist for January and he responded:
Silversmith, painter, sculptor/carver, potter, glass (lampwork, stained, fused, painted), lapidarist, woodworker – and proudly master of none! Makes jewelry primarily with silver but also copper, brass & bronze. Works with some stones but mostly loves Koroit & Yowah opals brought in from Australia. Up-cycles sterling silver items & re-makes no-longer used vintage jewelry pieces.
Ye Olde Bookshoppe
11 Palouse St.
January 6, 2017
Store Hours: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Art Walk: 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Our inventory contains over 2000 sq. ft .of used books (many in new condition) and local authors, we also feature local artists throughout our store. Inventory changes daily so we ask that you come in and look around. Then if you cannot find the book you are looking for we can special order from another used bookstore or even order a new copy if that is what you prefer and it is available.
The store offers coffee and chairs, some fascinating and most often crazy conversation if you like, and most noteworthy, a very entertaining seven year old that comes with the store and creates her own line of Book Buddy bookmarks.
Need more detailed directions?
Where are we located? 11 Palouse St. in Historic Downtown Wenatchee in the Wenatchee Savings and Loan Building. Palouse runs parallel between Orondo and First. You will find us between Wenatchee Ave. and Columbia St. If you are coming from Chelan, Mission or Wenatchee Ave just turn east on Palouse, then continue down the hill for free parking. If you are coming the oppsite way from Columbia St., turn west on Palouse. East is toward the river or downhill, west is toward Saddlerock or up the hill. Also, if you continue to the bottom of Palouse St. you will find free parking! From there you can reach most Art Walk locations by foot.