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2660 28th St SE . Grand Rapids, MI 49512 SchulerBooks&Music AUGUST ALREADY. Try not to look so shocked. We all knew that summer couldn’t last forever. SchulerBooks&Music


28th Street Friday, August 5 & 19. 10:00-2:00pm.


Open Play Scrabble meets.


Friday, August 5. 7:00pm. Live music in the Studio with Matty Harris, Los Angeles-based saxophonist and composer.


Tuesday, August 9. 7:00pm. K1P2 Knitting Group meets by the fireplace.


Thursday, August 11. 7:00pm. Author talk and booksigning with local author, DJ DeSmyter for his new YA fantasy book, Hunted.


Friday, August 26. 7:00pm. Live music in the Studio with Glean Infusion.


ALPINe AVe Every Wednesday. 6:00-10:00pm.


Grand Rapids Go Club meets in the café.


Every Thursday. 6:00-10:00pm. Nutty Knitters Group meets in the café.


Wednesday, August 10. 6:00pm. Grand Rapids Songwriters Alliance meets.


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Monday, August 15. 7:00pm. Japanese Conversation Group meets.


Thursday, August 25. 7:00pm. Author talk and booksigning with Sidney Ayers for her new sinfully snarky paranormal romance novel, Demons Prefer Blondes.


40 FouNtAIN Friday, August 5. 1:00-3:00pm.


Cook Arts Center Kid’s Writing Workshop.


Thursday, August 11. 5:30pm-6:30pm. Local Poetry Night with Grand Rapids Poet Laureate David Cope and poet Katherine Marty.


Friday, August 26. 6:00-7:30pm. Final Friday Music Series featuring Jimmy Wheeler Hillary.


Over 25 years as your local, independent bookstore! Author Talk & Booksigning with DJ DeSmyter for his new book


Lily Atwater is suddenly thrown into the world of werewolves, a world mysterious stranger Alex wants to keep her safe from.


thursday, august 25 at 7:00pm


fridayaugust 26


7PM LIVE MUSIC WITH


Sidney Ayers glean


Author talk and booksigning for her new book demons prefer blondes SchulerBooksDowntown


3165 Alpine Ave • 616.647.0526 www.SchulerBooks.com


Grand Rapids-based jam/fusion band, Glean Infusion was formed in 2007 as a collective musical experience intended to encompass and celebrate the diversity of the band member’s influences. The high-energy collective truly embodies what it means to be a “band”, finding risk taking, improvising and spontaneous communication to be the keystones of their original, raw sound. Band members, Adam Balcer, Paul Geoghan, Dan Robinson, Steve Wheeler and Jason Wheeler have erupted on the regional music scene in a short time and have since performed alongside national acts such as Karl Denson, Ekoostik Hookah, RAQ, Hal Ketchum and many more. Glean Infusion thoughtfully uses music as a means to grow, enhance and celebrate community, art and life.


A Bad Day For A Demon Rafe Deleon is a senior demon and he resents like hell his assignment to Earth to retrieve the Chest of the Damned before it falls into the wrong hands. But then he meets beautiful, intriguing succubus Lucy Gregory, and she’s just unleashed a whole load of trouble... Really Sucks For A Succubus Lucy’s chic suburban beauty salon has suddenly become the Underworld’s center of mass chaos and destruction. The only good thing in a day going rapidly down the tubes is the arrival of a gorgeous demon who’s adamant that he can help her... But Lucy has quite a few deeply unpleasant-not to mention deadly and hateful-surprises ahead of her, and surely there’s never been a worse time to try out a new boyfriend...


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Friday, August 5, 2011 7:00PM


HUNTED August 11 at 7:00PM


SchulerBooks Presents


MATTY HARRIS LIVE MUSIC IN THE STUDIO WITH


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