12419 Cedar Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH 44106
(216) 791-2665

The store is currently closed for inventory and vacation. We will reopen on January 30, 2019.

Our hours will be:

Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 am – 6 pm

Thursday and Friday, 10 am – 8 pm

Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm

Closed Sunday and Monday

info@appletree-books.com

Events

Story Time

Thursday, February 7th, 11 am

Join Appletree staff and volunteers reading stories for “young sprouts” from our shelves!

No registration necessary; just drop in!

No registration necessary; just drop in! Bring your favorite toddlers and pre-schoolers to our weekly Story Time!

Pick up a Frequent Story Listener Card when you come for storytime –
6 punches = a pick from our book basket!

Interested in becoming a volunteer reader?
Stop in the store, call us at (216) 791-2665, or
email Lorie Novak at lorie@appletree-books.com

Books in a Brewery

Thursday, February 7th, 7-9 pm

Meets at Bookhouse Brewing, 1526 W. 25th Street, Cleveland

Continuing our discussion on Banned Books, we will be discussing An Abundance of Katherines (Dutton Books) by John Green.

Artist Reception - Billy Ritter

Friday, February 8th, 6:30 – 8 pm

Coffee, Tea, and a Book For Me

Join for a reception to meet our artist of the month Billy Ritter.

Storehouse Tea and Solstice Coffee will also be in the store this evening selling tea and coffee!

Books in Bar at Nighttown

Monday, February 11th, 7-9 pm

Grab dinner, a glass of wine, and dessert at Nighttown and join the discussion of The Automobile Club of Egypt (Vintage) by Alaa Al Aswany.

Story Time

Thursday, February 14th, 11 am

Join Appletree staff and volunteers reading stories for “young sprouts” from our shelves!

No registration necessary; just drop in!

No registration necessary; just drop in! Bring your favorite toddlers and pre-schoolers to our weekly Story Time!

Pick up a Frequent Story Listener Card when you come for storytime –
6 punches = a pick from our book basket!

Interested in becoming a volunteer reader?
Stop in the store, call us at (216) 791-2665, or
email Lorie Novak at lorie@appletree-books.com

Artists Reception - Boulevard Elementary School

Thursday, February 14th, 3:30-5 pm

Appletree will host a reception for the artists from Boulevard Elementary School who created our window display for February 2019 which is inspired by the work of Dale Chihuly.

Author Reception and Book Launch: Alex DiFrancesco

Friday, February 15th, 6:30-8 pm

Local author and storyteller Alex DiFrancesco will read from her new collection of essays Psychopomps (Civil Coping Mechanisms Press).

Alex DiFrancesco is a writer of fiction, creative nonfiction, and journalism who has published work in Tin HouseThe Washington PostPacific Standard, and more. Their first novel, an acid western, was published in 2015, and their essay collection Psychopomps (Civil Coping Mechanisms Press) and second novel All City (Seven Stories Press) are forthcoming in Spring of 2019. Their storytelling has been featured at The Fringe Festival, Life of the Law, The Queens Book Festival, and The Heart podcast. DiFrancesco is currently an MFA candidate at Cleveland State University. They can be found @DiFantastico on Twitter, or, more often, snuggling their cat, Sylvia.

Vintage Book Page Pendant Workshop with Mandy Spisak from Retro Revivial

Saturday, February 16th, 2-4 pm

Mandy Sherman Spisak, from Retro Revival, leads a workshop where you will make a vintage Book Page Pendant!

Registration is required.  Please call, email or visit the store for more information and to register.

Story Time

Thursday, February 21st, 11 am

Join Appletree staff and volunteers reading stories for “young sprouts” from our shelves!

No registration necessary; just drop in!

No registration necessary; just drop in! Bring your favorite toddlers and pre-schoolers to our weekly Story Time!

Pick up a Frequent Story Listener Card when you come for storytime –
6 punches = a pick from our book basket!

Interested in becoming a volunteer reader?
Stop in the store, call us at (216) 791-2665, or
email Lorie Novak at lorie@appletree-books.com

NoExit Performance

Friday, February 22nd, 6:30 – 8 pm

Members of NoExit return for a performance at Appletree. Cellist Nicholas Diodore and Violinist Cara Tweed will perform.

Story Time

Thursday, February 28th, 11 am

Join Appletree staff and volunteers reading stories for “young sprouts” from our shelves!

No registration necessary; just drop in!

No registration necessary; just drop in! Bring your favorite toddlers and pre-schoolers to our weekly Story Time!

Pick up a Frequent Story Listener Card when you come for storytime –
6 punches = a pick from our book basket!

Interested in becoming a volunteer reader?
Stop in the store, call us at (216) 791-2665, or
email Lorie Novak at lorie@appletree-books.com

Storytime

Thursday, March 7th, 11 am

Join Appletree staff and volunteers reading stories for “young sprouts” from our shelves!

No registration necessary; just drop in!

No registration necessary; just drop in! Bring your favorite toddlers and pre-schoolers to our weekly Story Time!

Pick up a Frequent Story Listener Card when you come for storytime –
6 punches = a pick from our book basket!

Interested in becoming a volunteer reader?
Stop in the store, call us at (216) 791-2665, or
email Lorie Novak at lorie@appletree-books.com

Workshop on Ayurveda

Thursday, March 7th, 6:30 – 8 pm

Julie Konrad and Julie Schlemmer, authors of Eat Taste Heal: An Ayurvedic Cookbook for Modern Living, will this workshop.  Ayurveda is one of the oldest holistic healing systems; developed more than 3,000 years ago in India.

Books In A Brewery

Books In A Brewery, 7-9 pm at Bookhouse Brewery

Grap a glass of a local brew and jon us for a discussion of Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic (Mariner Books) by Alison Bechdel.

 

Bookhouse Brewery is located at 1526 W. 25th Street, Cleveland.

Books In A Bar

Monday, March 11th, 7 – 9 pm at Nighttown

Grab dinner, a glass of wine, and dessert at Nighttown and join the discussion of Murder to the Metal written by local author Annie Hogsett (Poison Pen Press)

Storytime

Thursday, March 14th, 11 am

Join Appletree staff and volunteers reading stories for “young sprouts” from our shelves!

No registration necessary; just drop in!

No registration necessary; just drop in! Bring your favorite toddlers and pre-schoolers to our weekly Story Time!

Pick up a Frequent Story Listener Card when you come for storytime –
6 punches = a pick from our book basket!

Interested in becoming a volunteer reader?
Stop in the store, call us at (216) 791-2665, or
email Lorie Novak at lorie@appletree-books.com

Book Signing and Reading - William Tabac

Saturday, March 16th, 3 – 5 pm

Local author, William Tabac, will read and sign copies of his book The Insanity Defense and the Mad Murderess of Shaker Heights: Examining the Trial of Mariann Colby (Kent State University Press).

Storytime

Thursday, March 21st, 11 am

Join Appletree staff and volunteers reading stories for “young sprouts” from our shelves!

No registration necessary; just drop in!

No registration necessary; just drop in! Bring your favorite toddlers and pre-schoolers to our weekly Story Time!

Pick up a Frequent Story Listener Card when you come for storytime –
6 punches = a pick from our book basket!

Interested in becoming a volunteer reader?
Stop in the store, call us at (216) 791-2665, or
email Lorie Novak at lorie@appletree-books.com

Storytime

Thursday, March 28th, 11 am

Join Appletree staff and volunteers reading stories for “young sprouts” from our shelves!

No registration necessary; just drop in!

No registration necessary; just drop in! Bring your favorite toddlers and pre-schoolers to our weekly Story Time!

Pick up a Frequent Story Listener Card when you come for storytime –
6 punches = a pick from our book basket!

Interested in becoming a volunteer reader?
Stop in the store, call us at (216) 791-2665, or
email Lorie Novak at lorie@appletree-books.com

No Exit Music Performance

Thursday, March 28th, 6:30 – 8 pm

Musical performance by members of the No Exit  New Music Ensemble.

Poetry Reading by Matthew Greenfield, the Bard of Beachwood

Friday, March 29th, 6:30 – 8:00 pm

Matthew Greenfield, the Bard of Beachwood,  will read from his from his epic poem.