Bibliophoria is a collaboration among nonprofits organizations, businesses, artists, writers, and book lovers. Encourage a thriving town and cultural community by supporting local merchants, visiting locally-owned shops and restaurants, and sampling local flavors.
Bibliophoria’s Sebastopol iWalk on June 25, 2011, followed a route from the downtown Plaza to Iota Press at the south end of town to O’Reilly Media at the north, with stops at Many Rivers Books & Tea, Copperfield’s Books, other merchants along Main Street, and at the library for the Patrick Reagh fine book exhibit. These photos convey the spirit of a day in book-loving Sebastopol. Read a participant’s blog here. Scroll down for store information.
Art & Soul ~ Sebastopol’s own art supply store with a full spectrum of supplies for book arts. 156 North Main Street. go
Brown Street Grill ~ Food for the Soul. Doing ordinary things extraordinarily. 100 Brown Street #150 go
Copperfield’s Books ~ 135 North Main. Sonoma County’s own local independent book store. Celebrate its 30th anniversary at a party and readings. go
Glass Fusion Studio ~ 6906 Sebastopol Avenue. Where imagination and creativity fuse in glass arts. go
Sebastopol Cookie Company ~ 168 A North Main. Taste the Bookbacker cookie–oats, coconut, chocolate chips, nuts, YUM! (aka the Backpacker). go
Screamin’ Mimi’s Ice Cream ~6902 Sebastopol Avenue. Natural ingredients, local flavors. Megan McDonald booksigning ~”Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer.” June 11, 4 pm. go
Sprint Copy Center ~ 175 North Main. A family-run business ready to help you with all your copying and graphic design needs. See the Young Poets of Sebastopol and Sonoma County “Baskets of Poetry” on display through July. details. go
The Wine Emporium ~ 125 North Main. Wine tasting, art, photography, music, and always the poetry of wine! go