Lost Art Press Storefront Open Saturday

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Though I’ll be in Germany this Saturday, the storefront (at 837 Willard St., Covington, KY.) will be open as scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on June 10.

Megan Fitzpatrick has volunteered to sell books and answer woodworking questions in my absence. She’ll be selling the entire line of Lost Art Press books, T-shirts, posters and a handful of blemished books for cash at 50 percent off retail (we even have a couple blemished copies of “Roman Workbenches”).

Looking ahead, however, I don’t think we’ll be able to open the storefront on July 8. Megan and I will both be at the Lie-Nielsen Open House in Maine. If I can con someone else to open the store that day, I’ll let you know.

In August we’re planning a special open day (Aug. 12) that will feature a fun evening event with Nancy R. Hiller, author of the great “Making Things Work.” Nancy will perform a reading from the book and sign your copy. Plus she has planned some fun games (she’s making a woodworking piñata). More details to come – but mark your calendars.

— Christopher Schwarz

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Hey look, the city just paved Willard Street. It’s remarkable to see our street with no cars.

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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4 Responses to Lost Art Press Storefront Open Saturday

  1. nrhiller says:

    No cars makes for a beautiful looking, tree-lined street.

  2. robimatt says:

    I wonder how it looked when the road was paved with bricks?

  3. I have just received a book of poetry by Liz Berry called “Black Country” ISBN9780701188573 One of the poems is titled “Nailmaking”. I would love to quote it because it is delightful and I am afraid you will have to buy a copy of her book to read it. There are several other references to wood and its working in other poems.

  4. SSteve says:

    One of these days I’m going to have to visit Cincinnati when the store is open and the Giants are in town playing the Reds.

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