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

Store Hours:

Tuesday and Wednesday, 10 am – 6 pm

Thursday and Friday, 10 am – 8 pm

Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm

Sunday and Monday, closed

 

info@appletree-books.com

Events

Book Signing and Reading with Martha Conway

Thursday, July 6th, 6-8 pm

Reading and signing with Martha Conway, author of the new historical novel, The Underground River (Touchstone Books).

 

Book Signing and Reading with Claire McMillan

Friday, July 7th, 6-8 pm

Reading and signing with Claire McMillan, author of the new novel The Necklace (Simon and Schuster).

Books in a Bar: Literary Road Trips

Monday, July 10th, 7-9 pm at Nighttown

Join Appletree for a discussion of an American classic, Jack Kerouac’s On the Road (Penguin).

You can register here, and if you register for this session, you will get a 10% discount when you purchase the book in the store!

Story Time

Thursday, July 13th, 11 am – Noon

Appletree staff member Sharlene Warner share some favorites from our shelves!

No registration necessary – just drop in!

Summer in a Jam Jar: Workshop with Tammy Currier

Friday, July 14th, 10:30 – 11:30 am

Floral designer, Tammy Currier of Heights Floral Design will lead a workshop on how to transform old jam jars and found container in the perfect vessels for locally grown summer flowers!

Fee: $35, instruction and material included

Registration Required, deadline is July 11th! Call, email us, or stop in the store!

Summer Pop-Up!

Thursday, July 20th, 5-8 pm

Appletree will be hosting a Summer Pop-Up evening featuring Cleveland area artists and artisans! Bring your friends and spend a summer evening with us for prosecco, cheese, and some great local artists and craftspeople! The following artists will be in the store:

  • Sew What? Designs by April Firstencel – quilts, clothing, handbags and other creations from vintage and new fabrics.
  • Four Fish Ink – 2 fish (er, people) with 2 kids (also people): husband and wife Eagan Rackley & Kate Snow create stationary, apparel and home goods, and limited edition prints.
  • Rev. Sharon Garner – is a pastor, author, spiritual director, and retreat leader is the author of “Praying With Mandalas, A Colorful, Contemplative Practice”.
  • Dawn Hanson – is a mixed media artist, but at heart, she is a quilter.
  • Le Cracker – makes crackers in Cleveland Heights with Ohio grown stone-milled grans wild yeast sourdough.
  • Wendy Mahon – taps into Trinidadian background to create colorful images for paintings, batiks, costumes and chalk drawings.
  • One World Shop – is a non-profit dedicated to fair trade, working cooperatively to offer home goods, apparel, and gift items.
  • Song of Wood – master carver Tom Baldwin created lifelike birds carved from tupelo wood.
  • This Is Where I Live – authors Justin Glanville and Robert Brown will sign copies of their new book “This Is Where I Live: Cleveland People and Their Neighborhoods” (Cleveland Neighborhood Progress).

Meet the Artist: Reception for Karin Dijkstra

Friday, August 4th, 6-8 pm

Appletree will host a reception for our August Artist Karin Dijkstra.  Karin lives in Cleveland Heights and is a painter, illustrator, and designer.

Author Reception for efy

Thursday, August 10th, 6-8 pm

Appletree will host a reception for  efy, the author of “Healing Through Divine Light: A Journey In Photos”. efy is a Contemplative Photographer and published author. She has traveled the country speaking on the Transformative Journey.

Botanical Jewelry Workshop

Wednesday, August 9th, 10:30 am – 12 pm

Botanical jewlery arists, Catherine Miller will lead a Botanical Jewelry Workshop.

Registration is required.

Cost is $15, payable at registration.

Call, email us, or stop in the store!

Story Time

Thursday, August 10th, 11 am – 12 pm

Little sprouts grow into readers at Appletree! Bring your toddlers and pre-schoolers as we look, listen, and have fun with picture books. Appletree staff member Sharlene Warner will share some favorites from our shelves.

No registration necessary – just drop in!

Reception for Dunham Tavern

Friday, August 11th, 6-8 pm

Appletree will host a prosecco and cheese reception for Dunham Tavern.

Books in a Bar: Literary Road Trips

Monday, August 14th, 7-9 pm at Nighttown

Join Appletree for a discussion of “Mosquitoland” by David Arnold (Speak).

You can register here, and if you register for this session, you will get a 10% discount when you purchase the book in the store!

Poet Reception: Lee Chilcote

Friday, August 18th, 6-8 pm

Appletree will host a reception for local poet Lee Chilcote who will read and discuss his new book of poems “The Shape of Home” (Finishing Line Press).

Chilcote is a journalist, essayist and poet. His articles have appeared in Vanity Fair, Next City, Belt, Planning, Land and People and numerous other publications. His poetry and creative nonfiction have been published by Great Lakes ReviewPacific ReviewOyez Review and others. His essays have appeared in the books Rust Belt Chic: A Cleveland Anthology, The Cleveland Neighborhood Guidebook, and A Race Anthology. 

He serves as executive director of the nonprofit Literary Cleveland, whose mission is to help writers develop their craft, create a strong network of writers, and connect writers to the community

Author Reception: Laura DeMarco

Thursday, August24th, 6-8 pm

Appletree will host a reception for local author Laura DeMarco  who will discuss and sign copies of her new book “Lost Cleveland” (Pavilion).

Laura is an arts and culture reporter for the Plain Dealer newspaper in Cleveland. Her multi-media Lost Cleveland features are some of the most popular on Cleveland.com. A third generation Clevelander, she lectures at Cleveland schools, colleges and historical societies.

Murder in the Evening

Thursday, September 28th, 6-8 pm

Appletree will be hosting a panel discussion with 4 local mystery writers discussing their recent books and how they write mysteries. Co-sponsored by the Northeast Ohio Chapter of Sisters in Crime.

Writers Round-Up

Friday, November 17th, 5-8 pm

Appletree will be hosting an evening to meet local authors and illustrators and affording the opportunity to “meet and greet local talent.