Acworth Bookstore will hold a book signing Saturday July 1st from 1 to 5 PM. Local author Bernie Lee Smith-DeBoe will be signing “Americans Knocking on Freedom’s Door: The Uniquely American Heritage of Religious Freedoms and Government of and by the People”.
Bernie notes that Americans have a curiosity to explore our rich and diverse history. To assist in that quest, her book offers historical background about those who established and assisted in the growth of the United States.
Col.Dick Cole was the CoPilot with Gen.James H. Doolittle when they led bombing raid on Japanese home land with 16 B-25s in April 1942. This is a photo of Col. Cole at the Air Show in Peachtree City on April 22, 2017. Col. Cole is the last living member of the raid at the age of 101 yrs.
Acworth Bookstore will hold a book signing Saturday June 10th from 1 to 5 PM. Local author Steven Gallman will be signing “God’s Cluck: Three Crazy Chickens Were Sent to Me and Proclaimed Truth”.
As Steve sees it, the days of God speaking through animals has not ended …. and God has blessed Steve and his family with some unique animals! Steve humorously describes how God’s placement of three silly birds has caused him to chuckle, weep, and meditate. All the action takes place in the backyard near the coop where the grass meets the wood line as he hangs out with his feathery friends and listens to ‘God’s Cluck’!
Come in, meet Steve, have a cup of locally roasted coffee in our in-house coffee shop, while you browse through our extensive inventory.
We offer a wide variety of books on travel, military history, collegiate sports, cookbooks, and a comprehensive selection of Lodge cast-iron cookware. Our inventory also includes rare and unique Civil War references and local history resources you won’t find anywhere else. And be sure to check out recent arrivals and the books in our ‘author autographed’ section!
It’s ‘American Pickers’, ‘Storage Wars’, ‘The Price is Right’ and ‘The History Channel’, all in one place… even ‘Ripley’ can’t believe it!
it’s Acworth Bookstore’s LARGEST SALE EVER
Sale dates are Friday and Saturday May 26 – 27 and Monday May 29. We will be open 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM Friday and Saturday. The bookstore is located on Main Street in Downtown Acworth.
Come in, have a cup of locally roasted coffee in our in-house coffee shop, while you browse for deals through our extensive inventory.
Catch our ads on WBHF 1450 AM for details.
Looking for a unique gift? Acworth Bookstore, located in the Acworth Historic District on Main Street, might be just the place to find it! Our inventory includes rare and unique Civil War references and local history resources you won’t find anywhere else; we also boast the largest inventory of the Arcadia Publishing series, Images of America. Titles include Cobb County, Bartow County, and The West Georgia Textile Heritage Trail.
Additionally, we offer a wide variety of books on travel, military history, collegiate sports, cookbooks, and a comprehensive selection of Lodge cast-iron cookware. And be sure to check out recent arrivals and the books in our ‘author autographed’ section!
Come in, have a cup of locally roasted coffee in our in-house coffee shop, while you browse through our extensive inventory of books, maps, models, prints and photographs (ice cream, smoothies and soft drinks are also available).
The annual Smoke on the Lake barbecue festival takes place on Friday May 12 and Saturday May 13 at Cauble Park on Lake Acworth.
The festival features a Friday night concert under the stars and a Lord of the Wings competition. Each participating BBQ team will be preparing their own special flavor of chicken wings and you get to be the Judge. On Saturday, the BBQ competition takes place from 10-4.
And be sure to drop in for coffee and ice cream at the Bookstore … and check out the numerous barbeque books and Lodge cast iron cookware!
Date and Time:
May 12 from 6 pm to 10 pm
May 13 from 10 am to 4 pm
The readers of “Around Acworth” have chosen the Acworth Bookstore & Coffee Shop as their favorite COFFEE SHOP.
The magazine’s mission is to build stronger communities by sharing positive and relevant information about the neighborhoods that readers are proud to call home. The local-based information found in the magazine are both relevant and informative…. winners were announced in the magazine’s April issue.
Also in the April issue is an article “The Benefits of Cast Iron Cooking” by Tiffany Hughes. Be sure to stop in for a great cup of coffee and peruse our selection of Lodge Cast Iron Cookware.
We are proud to be a 2017 READERS’ CHOICE AWARD winner! Thank you!
The Atlanta World War II Round Table was organized in 1986 to hear and record the war experiences of World War II and to pass on to posterity the knowledge of World War II and the price – human and material – that was paid by our nation for the preservation of freedom in the United States and the world.
The uniqueness of the organization, which meets on the third Thursday of each month, September through June, is the diversity of its membership. There are retired Army Generals, Navy Captains, Air Force Pilots, Master Sergeants, Navy Chiefs, and most importantly, the Buck Privates, the Navy Seamen and Air Force enlisted men and women who were and are the backbone of all military branches. Each month, these individuals meet to share their personal stories. They are no longer separated by rank or seniority since all are “seniors”. They meet as friends and comrades with a common story to share and remember.
The next meeting is scheduled for April 20th. For more info, check out their website at http://www.atlantawwiiroundtable.org/profile.htm
Images from the War in the Pacific: The Art of Jack Smith is a book containing 35 black and white images of brush and ink paintings by Jack Smith. Through its iconic images and accompanying brief text, the book is a story of heroism and patriotism, of the stress of combat, and of the staggering loss of life and materiel on both sides of the war.
Jack and Rona Simmons undertook this project to enable broader distribution and enjoyment of his remarkably detailed paintings and to encourage readers and viewers to deepen their understanding of the War in the Pacific, as well as to ensure that a record of Jack Smith’s art remains intact even though at some future date the artist or his heirs may choose to give, donate, or sell his original paintings and prints.
PLEASE back this project….make a donation now!