NOBS is an association of book collectors, dealers, librarians, and others interested in promoting the production, preservation, collection, and sale of fine and antiquarian books, and the preservation and protection of the heritage of the printed word. NOBS is a member of the Fellowship of American Bibliophilic Societies (FABS) and a federally-recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Upcoming NOBS Events:
November 9th, 1:00 pm
NOBS Annual Meeting will be held at the Log Cabin Shop (8010 Lafayette Road, Lodi, OH 44252) on November 9th, starting at 1:00 pm.
A roaring walk-in fireplace, racks of new and vintage rifles and the ambiance of a huge vintage country store is the scene of our 2014 Annual Meeting. Tour the large book collection, hunting equipment and even sample the joys of the old time popcorn machine.Bob Tauber who is Director of the Book Arts program and head of the Logan flm Press will delight you will his book tales and visuals. This winner of the prestigious Hertzog Award in 2013 and their featured speaker in Austin Texas in 2014 will be our presenter. Bob is retiring to Florida in January and this may be your last chance to learn and enjoy an afternoon of pure delight with this “Renaissance Man”.
THE menu will consist of a buffet of either rotisserie chicken, sliced roast turkey or a large main salad. There will be mashed potatoes and gravy, corn with a corn bread roll- Beverages and cheesecake will complete the meal. Red and white wine with cheese will be available before the meal. Cost is $20.00.
Please direct any questions to : Jack Belcher 216-447-0687 or Giantgert @yahoo.com.
To print out an order form, please click NOBS annual meeting to download a PDF.
November 19th, 7:00 pm
NOBS Forum: Marian Morton: Be It Ever So Humble: Writing About Home
Author, historian, and longtime Cleveland area resident Marian J. Morton has crafted engaging local histories that both educate and entertain. Combining informative narrative with striking vintage photographs, she leads readers on a fascinating journey into the distant and not-so-distant past. She shares the unique story of this city’s trials and triumphs, challenges and champions, and the everyday lives of the men and women who made the Cleveland area home. This month, Marian J. Morton will talk about the pleasures and pitfalls of writing about nearby people and places.
All NOBS Forums are FREE and open to the public.
The forum will be held at Loganberry Books, 13015 Larchmere Boulevard, Shaker Heights 44120. There are many events at Loganberry Books. See their website for more details on upcoming events, including NOBS Forums.
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