Seasons Greetings from Books & Co

The Christmas Count Down is reaching its final hours and Books & Co, Café Voltaire and ArtSpace want to help you make these last few days as relaxing and stress free as possible.  We’re open 8 am to 9 pm Monday to Thursday, 8 am to 10 pm on Friday, December 23 and we open at 8 am on Saturday, December 24 (for those last minute shoppers).

We also have a few things happening this week!

On Friday, December 23 local favorite Mel McConaghy will be in to sign his brand new, hot off the press book My Life Through a Broken Windshield, a collection of truck driving tales from Canada’s wild and rugged British Columbia. If you’ve ever been a truck driver, or are thinking of making truck driving your profession, this book is a must read! Mel will be signing from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. This is a great book for the professional driver in your life or anyone who likes a good road story!

Then stick around, on Friday, December 23, for a Café Voltaire holiday musical treat with Joel Kress Peterson, Mike Vigano and Tony Tabora from Sound Addition Lite.  It’s everyone’s last chance to kick back and relax and promises to be a great evening of songs and entertainment. So leave your Christmas stress behind and kick back and relax at our Friday Night Mic.  The show starts at 8:00 pm and is, as always, free.

Don’t forget that Café Voltaire can provide all of your holiday baking needs with their beautiful and delicious Holiday Goodies Trays.  Packed with fresh baking and made with love, these treats are perfect for any kind of get together (and make an excellent addition to New Year’s Eve parties).  Drop in and pick up a menu today, or call 250-563-6637.

On behalf of all of everybody at Books & Company, Café Voltaire and ArtSpace we want to wish you and your loved ones a happy holidays and a joyous new year!  We’d also like to thank you for visiting us throughout the year and for supporting local Prince George businesses like us!

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