On Saturday, Nov. 23, the book store is celebrating its one year anniversary with a variety of events throughout the day. The event will feature cake, free storytime at noon, with sing-alongs and special happenings throughout the day.
The book shop started as a pop-up shop last November in the Alexandria Economic Development Partnership’s pop-up program, according to Alexandria Living Magazine. The store found its new, permanent home in May.
Every purchase on Saturday will come with a free bookmark and sticker, according to the website.
The bookstore has an active book club and running lists of current favorites by employees.
Photo via Old Town Books/Facebook
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