(Jackson Street) Books on 7th is around the corner and on the internet tubes. We strive to be your full-service new and used bookstore, emphasizing good literature, progressive politics, and, of course, books about baseball. Opened in Hoquiam October 1, 2010

Monday, May 19, 2008

Jackson Street Books Bids Adieu After Four Year Run!

Closing Party!
And what better reason to have a party than to say goodbye to our friends, neighbors, customers and colleagues.

Mark Saturday May 24th on your calendar to come say goodbye with fine refreshments and the sound stylings of Tim Scallon and the Beneficiaries, beginning at about three p.m. Please join us.

The Sale Continues!
All new books (except special orders) are 30% off cover price. All used books (except collectibles) are 20% off! The less we have to move, so much the better.

What’s Up Next?
If the real estate gods are with us, the sale of our house will close on May 28th; the purchase of our new Hoquiam home will close the next day. Then begins the move. Our last official day will be May 31st. However, throughout June, we will be at the store packing boxes and we will be available if you want to buy some books. What those days are, well, we’re not quite sure. When we have a better sense of our schedule, we will post it on the store door and on the phone answering machine.
We’ve already have some volunteers to help us pack. If you would like to help, please let us know. If nothing else, we will feed you.
And if you’d like us to stay in touch, please reply by email or calling us at 206.324.7000.
Soon we should have a new and improved website with a shopping cart at www.jacksonst-books.com. And our musings about books, politics, the arts and other announcements can be found at our blog http://jacksonstreetbooks.blogspot.com.

Dan and Tammy

Thanks for everything! Remember to support your independent retailers!

1 comment:

Julia Schrenkler said...

Dan and Tammy,

Words fail, but I'll try anyway. I'm sorry to hear of the store closing, but glad you're as resourceful as ever. May you only find the best in life.

And I'm very sorry we can't attend your party, because you're bound to have a memorable and sweet shindig!