Upcoming Events



From the finishing touch for your home library, to a welcome tool for students, a globe is just the thing when you want the world at your fingertips. TODAY, ALL GLOBES IN STOCK ARE 15% OFF! We have a variety of desktop and floor models, as well as inflatable beach ball-style globes (an ideal stocking stuffer!).



HOLIDAY HOURS Dec. ’14 – Jan. ’15

Wednesday, December 24 – OPEN 10am – 6pm

Thursday, December 25 – CLOSED for Christmas Day

Wednesday, December 31 – OPEN 10:30am – 4pm

Thursday, January 1, 2015 – CLOSED for New Year’s Day


Wednesday, January 28 — Journey to the East: Cambodia & Vietnam

Travel writer and photographer  Russ Furnas returned to  Indochina post-Vietnam War to visit Saigon’s 18th-century opium refineries, 19th-century
French plantations, and small, pristine Maekong  Floating Markets.  The tour finished  in Cambodia  with visits to Angkor Thom,  Killing Fields Museum and the floating villages on Ton Le Sap Lake.

1000 Places

Wednesday, February 18 — “1,000 Places to See Before You Die – Europe”

International bestselling author Patricia Schultz delves into Europe’s perennially popular—and often overlooked—destinations as only an insider can. From Krakow’s Market Square to Scotland’s remote and romantic Hebrides Islands, she uncovers the continent’s rich and complex history, diverse culture, and breathtaking beauty—both natural and man-made. Join her on a tour of Norway’s dramatic fjords, Moorish architecture in southern Spain’s Andalusia, and a quiet little-known corner of the Italian Riviera, as featured in her #1 New York Times bestselling travel book 1,000 Places to See Before You Die.


Tuesday, February 24 — “Historic Armenia After 100 Years”

Author and photographer Matthew Karanian will take you on a tour of ancient Historic Armenia, illustrated with poignant photographs that depict the region as it appears today. He will also show historic images that were created a century ago.

This presentation includes a tour of the 1,000 year-old Armenian capital of Ani, as well as the regions of Van, Kharpert, Diyarbakir, and Sebastia. Matthew will show you what there is to see, and explain how to travel there.
Matthew will be available following the slide show presentation to sign copies of this newly released book, Historic Armenia After 100 Years (Publication Date: February 2, 2015).