Support Two of Niagara, Ontario’s Great Used Book Stores

They Have Big Sales On This March. Check Them Out

A Brief One from Niagara At Large publisher Doug Draper

Posted March 22nd, 2018 on Niagara At Large

Let me start by saying that this is not a paid ad.

I am posting this one because I’ve always been a strong supporter of what are left of our great old brick and mortar book and record stores in Niagara, Ontario and across the border in the Buffalo and Niagara Falls, New York areas, and I urge you to be a supporter of them too.

The only real way to do that and keep real book and record stores alive is to literally go to them and spend a little money on some of the good titles they have.

And right now, two of the very best of the used bookstores in our Niagara region are having sales of up to 50 per cent off most of their inventory, every day they are open, right up to and including Saturday, March 31st.

Those two stores – both of them independently owned and run by very nice and knowledgeable people – are Hannelore Headley Old & Fine Books on 71 Queen Street, off Lake Street near Montebello Park in St. Catharines, and The Write Bookshop, right in the downtown of St. Catharines on 285 St. Paul Street.

The following is a short message from the people at Hannelore Headley Old & Fine Books on their sale –

“There is still time to stop by for our spring book sale; 50% off all used books, and 20% off books marked firm.

There are exceptions, for example books mark new or on consignment can’t be discounted and credit slips won’t apply. So come by and help us make some space, let’s get those books out of boxes! Sale ends Saturday, March 31st.”

And don’t forget the similar sale at The Write Bookshop on nearby St. Paul Street in the city.

Please check these two great stores out, and vote as often as you can with your wallet to keep real book and record stores alive!

For more information on Hannelore Headley Old & Fine Books in St. Catharines, Niagara, click on – .

For more information on The Write Bookshop in downtown St. Catharines, Niagara, click on – .

For a related post from the Niagara At Large archives – a goodbye tribute to Hannelore Headley, founder of  Old And Fine Books who died five years ago this June, click on – .

Feel free to name some of your favourite book stores in Niagara, Ontario and the Buffalo, New York area below.

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