One More Page is your local independent bookstore in Arlington/Falls Church offering books, wines, & artisanal chocolates. Our mission is to provide a place for our community to come together to share a love of reading & books.
We offer a variety of events, such as author talks, book discussions, book clubs, wine & chocolate tastings.
thursday, April 30 @7pm
Wednesday, april 29 @6:30pm
One More Page offers 8 book clubs for a range of topics that meet once a month - all are welcome, join any time! Book clubs enjoy a 20% discount for each month's book.
Already have a book club? Order your books through One More Page and enjoy the 20% discount. Just ask.
by Matt Haig
Tues, May 5 @7pm
Check out what Jenn, our book club leader, is reading
Let's Pretend This Never Happened
by Jenny Lawson
Mon, May 11th @7pm
The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate
by Jacqueline Kelly
Sunday, May 3 at 3 pm
NOTE DATE CHANGE
The Raven Black
by Ann Cleeves
Tuesday, May 19 at 7 pm
Read about past book club picks on Ellen's blog.
Pastrix: The Cranky, Beautiful Faith of a Sinner & Saint
By Nadia Bolz-Weber
Tues, April 28th @7pm
The Assembler of Parts
by Raoul Wientzen
Fri, May 8th @11am
The Power of Now
by Eckhart Tolle
Mon, April 27th @7pm
by John Corey Whaley
Wed, May 13th @4pm
When: 1 p.m. on Sunday, May 3
Cost: $40/person Reserve - 1 person Reserve - 2 people
Length: 2 hours
Join author Garrett Peck, author of Walt Whitman in Washington, D.C.: The Civil War and America’s Great Poet on a guided walking tour of Whitman-related sites in the nation’s capital as we reflect on the 150th anniversary of the end of the Civil War. Walt Whitman - the poet laureate of the Civil War - lived in Washington for ten remarkable years, starting as a hospital volunteer who helped tens of thousands of wounded soldiers, then remained in the city as a federal clerk.
The tour begins in the great courtyard inside the Smithsonian American Art Museum/National Portrait Gallery where Walt Whitman volunteered and worked. From there we head to the newly-opened Clara Barton's Missing Soldiers Office. We’ll swing down to Freedom Plaza over to the Treasury Building, where Whitman worked. The two-hour tour will conclude at the W Hotel Washington, which sits on a site where Whitman once lived.
The Walt Whitman in Washington Tour will take place, rain or shine. After the tour concludes, participants can purchase a copy of Walt Whitman in Washington, D.C., which author and guide Garrett Peck will be glad to sign for you, and also ride the W Hotel Washington’s elevator to the POV Lounge for a spectacular view of the city.
Because the tour involves about 2 miles of walking and a few staircases, we recommend tour-goers bring good walking shoes, sunscreen and water. Since the tour is downtown, people are encouraged to take Metro. The tour begins at the Gallery Place-Chinatown Metro entrance at the southeast corner of G and 9th Streets, NW (across from Zaytinya and the MLK Library). It ends near Metro Center and McPherson Square Metro stations.
JOIN US FOR WALT WHITMAN IN WASHINGTON, DC
A walking tour with historian and author Garrett Peck
On Monday, Dr. Kim and our Holistic Health and Wellness Book Group discuss The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle.
On Tuesday Laurie and our Spiritual Book Group discuss Pastrix by Nadia Bolz-Weber
Sunday, April 26 @3pm
Author and photographer Ben Barber shares from Groundtruth: Work, Play and Conflict in the Third World, which shows life in countries where the future of our planet is being written
Celebrate the release of A Magic Dark and Bright with debut YA author Jenny Adams Perinovic! Jenny is a supporter of OMP & volunteers w/ the NoVa TEEN Book Festival planning team. We're thrilled to host her!
Bruce Holsinger (A Burnable Book) shares from his new book which once again brings medieval London alive in all its color and detail in a riveting novel that imagines the beginnings of gun violence in the Western world.