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UPCOMING EVENTS AT-A-GLANCE   
20% Off Fiction during October
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25

ONE-DAY SALE 25% OFF GRAPHIC NOVELS!
11 am • Children’s Story Time • The first 15 minutes will be storytelling for younger children, a longer story for children ages 3-7 will follow.

halloween comicfest Noon - 4 pm • It's Halloween ComicFest Day! Free Comics, Costume Contests at 3 pm, Prizes, Entertainment • The Peregrine will be giving away FREE COMICS – specially produced for this event – one free comic per person (from major comic publishers). Adults & Kids Costume Contests at 3 pm! Dress up as your favorite comics-inspired character, and come down to the Peregrine – we'll have extraordinary prizes, trivia contests, comics videos, and more! Read more »

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 26

1 pm • Bernard A. DeAsis: Conversation with a Tlingit Elder • Grandfather Bernard A. DeAsis of the Raven/Moidty and Beaver/Dersjeetaan Tlingit Clans in South East Alaska will be at the Peregrine to present information about the Tlingit Tribe, their culture and spiritual aspects. He will also share stories of Tlingit way of life and answer questions from the audience. Bernard has worked with medicine people from the US, Canada, Russia, and Hawaii, presenting workshops on traditional Indian medicine. He is responding to tribal prophesies that it is the right time to share medicine teachings that would help the people and mother earth. Read more »

Haunted PrescottMONDAY, OCTOBER 27

6 pm • Haunted Prescott Event • Haunted Prescott tour guide, Madeline Groves will share spooky tales of Prescott's haunted places. More »

Halloween HarryWENESDAY, OCTOBER 29

5 pm • Harry Potter Costume Contest and Reading • Come down to the Peregrine dressed as your favorite Harry Potter character. We'll be giving prizes for both adult and children's costumes, and the Peregrine Staff will read selections from their favorite Harry Potter books. More »

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30
Placemaking Guidebook
5:30 pm • Mark Lakeman: "Repairing the Planet one Neighborhood at a Time" Powerpoint Presentation, Talk, Q&A • In collaboration with ECOSA, Mark Lakeman, co-founder of Portland, Oregon's City Repair, will talk about about his book, City Repair's Placemaking Guidebook - Creative Community Building in the Public Right of Way. Mark gives us physical examples, stories, techniques for community organizing and facilitation, and much more. Read more »
20% Off Books on History, Biography, Current Events during November SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1

11 am • Children’s Story Time • The first 15 minutes will be storytelling for younger children, a longer story for children ages 3-7 will follow.

Home Sweet Jerome 2 pm • Katie Lee, & Diane Rapaport: Reading, Q&A, Booksigning • Long time wilderness activist, author, and screen actress, Katie Lee will read excerpts from several of her books and answer questions. Also, author, editor and publisher, Diane Sward Rapaport will discuss her newest book, Home Sweet Jerome: Death and Rebirth of Arizona’s Richest Copper Mining City – the first modern history of Jerome. Read more »

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5
Relicts of a Beautiful Sea
5:30 pm • Chris Norment: Relicts of a Beautiful Sea • Reading, Q&A, Booksigning • Prescott College Alum, Chris teaches environmental science and biology at the State University of New York College at Brockport. Relicts of a Beautiful Sea: Survival, Extinction, and Conservation in a Desert World is his fourth book of creative nonfiction. Read more »

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8

29 11 am • Children’s Story Time • (See 11/1)

2 pm • Author & NPR Commentator Mary Sojourer: 29. Reading, Q&A, Booksigning, Writing Workshop • Join us to hear Mary read excerpts from her newest novel, 29. Mary will offer an hour workshop (following the reading/signing) for those who attend the reading and purchase a book. Read more »

Bad Country TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11

5:30 pm • Tony Hillerman Prize-Winner, CB McKenzie: Bad Country. Reading, Q&A, Booksigning • “CB McKenzie’s Bad Country is a hard-boiled noir crime thriller set in Arizona Indian country. Tony Hillerman would have loved it. So did I.” –Michael McGarrity, author of Back Lands Read more »

The Moor's Account FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14

7 pm • Literary Southwest Series at Yavapai College: Laila Lalami, & Laura Tohe • Reading, Q&A, Booksigning • Laila Lalami’s first book of short stories, Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits, is about immigrants trying to escape from Morrocco to Europe. Her next book, Secret Son, presents Tohe's book about Canyon de Chelly issues of identity and class in contemporary Moroccan life. Her newest book, The Moor’s Account, imagines the life of the first black explorer of America.
• Librettist/Poet, Laura Tohe’s books include No Parole Today, Making Friends with Water, Sister Nations (as editor), Tséyi/Deep in the Rock: Reflections on Canyon de Chelly, and Code Talker Stories (an oral history inspired by her father, Benson Tohe, a World War II Code Talker). Laura holds a Ph.D. in Indigenous American Literature. Please note: This event is offsite at Yavapai College Library. Read more »

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15

11 am • Children’s Story Time • (See 11/1) Aztec Sun Stone

2 pm • Raymond Tarpey: “Ancient Cultures of the Americas” Presentation • Historian/linguist Raymond will discuss his recent research findings on Mayan/Aztec history and spirituality. Read more »

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19

5:30 pm • Open Mic Poetry • Experience the power of live poetry! Read more »

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22

11 am • Children’s Story Time • (See 11/1) Yarnell Wildfire

2 pmFrom Tragedy to Recovery: The Yarnell Hill Wildfire of 2013, is dedicated to the 19 Hotshots who gave their lives fighting the fire. Written and produced by Yarnell residents, Emad Mohit, Barbara Kelso, and Kurt Florman. All proceeds from book sales will go to Yarnell-Peeples Valley Chamber of Commerce to benefit the communities. Read more »

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27
Happy Thanksgiving! We will be closed today.

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29
11 am • Children’s Story Time • (See 11/1)

REGULAR ONGOING EVENTS Storytime

SATURDAYS – 11 am
• Children’s Story Time • The first 15 minutes will be storytelling for younger children, and a longer story for children ages 3-7 will follow.

MONDAYS – 5:30 pm
• Prescott Friendship Circle Book Group • Discussions of books on esoteric truth. All are welcome.
Storytime The Peregrine Book Company still has room for enthusiastic and dependable readers for our Saturday 11 am Children's Story Time for children ages 9 months to 2-1/2, for 2-1/2 to 5, 5-8. Please contact Susan Lang (susan@peregrinebookcompany.com) for details.


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