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NOBS Forum Is This Thursday, February 20th at 7:00 pm!

Our Monthly NOBS Forum is this Week: Show and Tell  Now’s the time to share your interesting, unusual, and otherwise noteworthy reads with other bibliophiles at our annual Show and Tell session.  Anything goes: you can bring treasured tomes and tell … Continue reading

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Upcoming NOBS Forum November 21st, 7:00 pm

Our Next NOBS Forum will be: Joanna Connors & Karen R. Long: Book Reviewing in the Kindle Age Plain Dealer Book Editor Joanna Connors and Critic Karen R. Long, who manages the Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards, will talk about the art and … Continue reading

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Big Week for NOBS: Thursday Forum and Sunday Book Show

Upcoming NOBS Forum: Jennifer Weinbrecht: Our Own Particular Jane Thursday, October 17, 7pm Jennifer Weinbrecht, with her daughters Amy Patterson and Beth Dean, took over Jane Austen Books in 2008 and moved the inventory from Chicago to Novelty, Ohio. They … Continue reading

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NOBS Forum is this Thursday at 7pm

NOBS Forum: Kirstin Willders & Mason Milani: Custom Crafted Paper, September 19th, 7:00 pm  Kirstin Willders and Mason Milani from The Morgan Conservatory will tell us about a new production line of hand-made paper. The talk will be lavishly illustrated with photos … Continue reading

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NOBS Forum is this Thursday at 7 pm

NOBS Forum: Altered Book Group: Journeys Gallery Talk , April 25th, 7:00 pm Journeys is the seventh annual exhibition of new works by the Altered Book Group. This year’s theme reflects on real and imagined journeys, the artist transforming the original content or structure … Continue reading

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Upcoming NOBS Forum March 21st, 7:00 pm

Our Next NOBS Forum will be: Gary Esmonde: From Boathouse to Books Cleveland Botanical Garden’s Eleanor Squire Library opened to the public on December 4th, 1930 in a renovated boathouse. After 80 years, the library still continues to serve gardeners, Garden members, … Continue reading

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Upcoming NOBS Forum” February 21st, 7:00 pm

Our Next NOBS Forum will be: Bonné de Blas: Artists’ Books Book artist Bonné de Blas is a self-taught artist and the Artists’ Books editor for Kattywompus Press. The founder and former director of Arts Books Cleveland, her artists’ books are … Continue reading

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Upcoming NOBS Forum: January 17th, 7:00 pm

Our Next NOBS Forum will be: Show & Tell Get anything great for Christmas? Now’s the time to share your interesting, unusual, and otherwise noteworthy reads with other bibliophiles at our semi-annual Show and Tell session.  Anything goes: you can … Continue reading

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Reminder: NOBS Forum is tomorrow, November 15th, 7:00 pm

Our NOBS Forum this week will be: Andy Leach: The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Library and Archives The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum’s new Library and Archives is the world’s most comprehensive repository of written … Continue reading

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Upcoming NOBS Forum: October 18th, 7:00 pm

Our Next NOBS Forum will be: Henry Adams: Out of the Kokoon: The Kokoon Arts Club of Cleveland Founded in 1911 by Carl Moellman and William Sommer, the Kokoon Club was one of the most exclusive avant-garde arts organizations in … Continue reading

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