While the Inkwell undergoes renovations at its
new location (445 Main Street), the local clubs will be hosted
elsewhere. Please contact the club leaders for updates. We will be
having our grand re-opening in April, and the clubs will resume at that
Every Monday, 9:17 - 9:57 AM
Facilitated by Clare Goodwin
Laughter Yoga is non-political, non-religious, and non-competitive.
We laugh for better health, joy and world peace. Attendance is free,
and sessions are held Monday mornings in
the Inkwell event room. No sessions on holidays that fall on a Monday.
Goodwin, a certified Laughter Yoga leader and psychotherapist, explains
that, “Laughter Yoga is a physically oriented technique, not a mental
practice.” Laughter Yoga is a worldwide social movement.
Every Tuesday, 6:00 PM
Beginners and more
advanced knitters are all welcome at this friendly and informal
gathering of knitters. The Circle meets weekly in the Inkwell Events room. Start making progress on your ongoing projects!
Established by the owners of Sage Fine Gifts & Yarn. Encouragement, ideas, tips, and conversation!
Every Thursday, 4:00 PM
your language skills alive by practicing with this friendly group of people interested in the Spanish language and culture. All
skill levels are welcome. The Roundtable meets weekly in the Inkwell Events room.
Sunday, March 7, 21, 6:00 - 7:30 PM
is a combination workshop and club. All levels of calligraphers are
welcome. We encourage you to learn at your own pace, and come to
meetings when you have the time. You are welcome to work on your own
projects, or you may join our explorations of different fonts. We are
currently studying italic and copperplate hands. The club meets on the first and third Sundays each month.
Reservations suggested, but not required. Call the Inkwell
(508)540-0039, or email:info at inkwellbookstore.com
Saturdays, 1:00 - 3:00 PM
Independent Writers' Club
Four years strong, the Independent Writers’ Club is free and welcomes
new members at every level of writing. Occasionally publishers,
editors, authors and other prominent personalities are invited as guest
speakers. Participants are asked to read Julia Cameron’s two books: The Artist’s Way and The Right to Write.
The Club’s founder and moderator is Madeleine I. Felker, a published
author and educator with more than 30 years teaching experience in
Boston, Cambridge, and Cape Cod. The Club meets year-round on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays.
Wednesday, April 7, 5:30 PM
Not the Bestseller Book Club
The Well and the Mine
By Gin Phillips
welcome. Our book club was established for two reasons: first to
give us (Inkwellians) an excuse to talk to one another about books, and
second to highlight lesser known gems that won't appear on bestseller
lists. Michelle and Kathleen welcome all readers to join our
conversations about books. We’ll be meeting monthly at the Inkwell, and complimentary refreshments will be served.
A novel of warmth and true feeling, The Well
and the Mine explores the value of community, charity, family, and
hope that we can give each other during a time of hardship.
small Alabama coal-mining town during the summer of 1931, nine-year-old
Tess Moore sits on her back porch and watches a woman toss a baby into
her family’s well without a word. This shocking act of violence sets in
motion a chain of events that forces Tess and her older sister Virgie to
look beyond their own door and learn the value of kindness and lending a
helping hand. As Tess and Virgie try to solve the mystery of the well,
an accident puts their seven-year-old brother’s life in danger, forcing
the Moore family to come to a new understanding of the power of love and
compassion. Monday, April 26, 7:00 PM
Science Fiction Reading Group
By Iain M. Banks
SF Reading Group has been thriving for over 11 years, and we read a
wide variety of both classic and cutting edge science fiction. New
members are always welcome.
"Dazzlingly original." - Daily Mail
touching and funny." - TLS
The war raged across the galaxy.
Billions had died, billions more were doomed. Moons, planets, the very
stars themselves, faced destruction, cold-blooded, brutal, and worse,
random. The Idirans fought for their Faith; the Culture for its moral
right to exist. Principles were at stake. There could be no surrender.
Wednesday, April 28, 1:00 PM
Classics Book Club
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
By Mark Twain
Anyone is welcome to join.
are held at the Inkwell. Betsy Doud, a retired English
moderates the friendly and entertaining club. This classic story of a homeless waif is
world-renowned for being much more than a charming tale of boyhood
adventures! As Huck and runaway slave Jim make their way down the mighty
Mississippi, Huck is forced to ponder the nature of friendship and to
find a sense of his own moral vision.
Click here for highlights of events from recent years.
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Click here for a list of Inkwell Book Clubs.
Click here for a list of Inkwell sponsored Classes and Clubs.
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Featuring William Tapply, Peter Abrahams, Mariann Tadmor, William Landay, and Rose Connors at the Inkwell Bookstore.
Authors are introduced.
Great mystery author panel!
Mystery writers at the Inkwell
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We are on the lookout for talent! We invite musicians to come and play in our store for an hour or two. If you play an instrument, and are looking for a different venue, send us an email. If you have a CD, we would be happy to sell it during your performance. We are especially interested in having Friday or Saturday night events.
CALLING ALL POETS
We've had some success and requests for more poetry readings at the Inkwell. We welcome poetry groups and individual poets to read at the bookstore. Click here to email us.