Events

Every First Friday of the Month! Art Opening, Dinner, Complimentary Wine, & Good Company! 

6-9pm

The Lonely Typewriter Workshop for Kids

Sunday 2/4/18 1-2pm

Remember the typewriter? The Red Canoe and the Moveable Type present the Lonely Typewriter Reading and Workshop. This is a FREE event for children ages 8-12 who have a love for reading and writing. They will get the opportunity to actually use a typewriter! Space is limited to 5 kids. Call to reserve you spot. 410-444-4440.

Valentine's Workshops!

Valentine's Day Card Making Workshop for Kids

Monday 2/12/18 3:30 - 4:30

Bring your kids classroom list and help them create their own Valentine Day cards with Tiny Dog Press! We will provide paper, stickers, markers, stamps and more. In addition we will have our small letterpress for printing messages! Cost $10 for a qty 20 supply pack or $15 for a qty 30 supply pack.

The Colorful Berry Valentine's Workshop for Kids

Sunday 2/11/18 1-2pm

Local artist and maker, Berber Poplin, owner of the Colorful Berry, will be hosting a Valentine's workshop for kids 5-9, $5/kid. Each kid will craft a heartfelt gift for a loved one using wire and yarn. Limited space. Tickets available at EventBrite!  

Omnibus Publishing Co. Author Signing

Saturday 2/17/18 1-3pm

If You've ever wondered about kids, anxiety, or psychology join us for Dr. Shreya Hessler's debut children's book! Already an Amazon Best Seller.

"Bianca is a girl who loves LOTS of things. She bounces from ballet to blowing bubbles; and from reading to picking flowers. But when small worries start to sizzle inside her head she loses her trademark bounce. Retreating from all she loves, Bianca must find a way to meet her worries head on so she can find her bounce!" 

Omnibus Publishing Co. Author Signing 

Sunday 2/25/18 1-3pm

An event for our YA readers! Soon to be published, Feb. 6th!, Pumkin Pie is already an Amazon Best Seller! And, sidenote, she wrote much of the book right here at Red Canoe! We are so excited for you Katelyn! 

"For no one is this more true than high school senior, Michelle "Elle" Conner. Elle is a simple, hard working girl from a small town in the middle of East Jesus Nowhere. Cast as a secondary character in her own life, Elle lives in the constant shadow of her annoying twin sisters. Her mother's cold shoulder coupled with her father's absence leaves Elle feeling isolated in her own home. Her one escape is waitressing at the local pie shop, Hap-PIE-ly Ever After."

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First Friday ~ A new art show every month and speciality menu items!