Curiosity & Co Store

Curiosity & Co. is an imagination company designing flourishing futures.

A place where we celebrate literary and culinary experiences. It is a community asking the most essential questions of our time.


Jamestown Holiday Stroll
Saturday, December 2nd

Stroll down Narragansett Avenue and stop in at Curiosity for our free giveaways (hint: Emma is curating some delicious sips), as well as a day-long book sale with 40% off selected titles. Start or finish your holiday shopping with us before the tree lightning ceremony.

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)
Wednesday, December 6th, 6pm

Facilitated by local author Donna Drago, local writers participating in NaNoWriMo can check in and support each other on this evening. National Novel Writing Month is the annual write-a-thon that takes place in November each year. During the event, writers around the world attempt to write 50,000 words of fiction between the 1st and 30th of November. Curiosity Store is hosting this evening of celebration for participants and an optional reading.
RSVP here

Flight Club
December 8th & 22nd

Join us on the following dates at 5-8pm (note new time). We will feature four tastes of wine, one flight, great tunes and even better company. $25. No RSVP.

Friday, December 8th Sweaters & Sparkles Your best holiday sweater. Our best sparkling wines.

Friday, December 22nd Cups of Kindness Closing out 2023 with our favorite wines of the year.

Author Talk with Will Henry
Saturday, December 9th, 11am

Join us at Curiosity Store for an incredible morning with Jamestown’s beloved comic book author Will Henry to discuss his recent book The Great Pencil Quest. He will be available to sign books after and knowing Will -he will likely include some of his signature drawings of our favorite characters. No RSVP required.

RI Center for the Book Announcement Party
Saturday, December 9th, 4-6pm

Join Curiosity Store and RI Center for the Book on Saturday, December 9th from 4-6pm as we celebrate the announcement of the Reading Across Rhode Island book selection for 2024! Reading Across Rhode Island (RARI) is Rhode Island Center for the Book's “One Book, One State” community read program. Each year, RARI promotes a single book to help stimulate meaningful discussions across our state. RICB looks to get copies of the selected book in the hands of as many Rhode Islanders as possible, so as to spark a shared and ongoing discourse. Past RARI books include Just Mercy, The Hate You Give, What the Eyes Don’t See, Rising, Stamped, Firekeeper's Daughter and True Biz. Free and open to the public, we look forward to welcoming you into the cozy confines of Curiosity Store for an afternoon of light refreshments, conversation, and celebration. No RSVP required.

Fiction Book Club
Wednesday, January 3rd, 6PM
Curiosity Book Club will read The Endless Vessel by Charles Soule for our next meeting In January. Soule is best known as a comic book author with such well known titles as Daredevil, She-Hulk & many Star Wars comics. This is Soule’s third novel and is NOT a comic book. However, he does bring in a magical sensibility to this novel about a young scientist trying to maintain her inner light in an increasingly dark world. If you enjoy books such as The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern & The Midnight Library by Matt Haig-this book is for you! I look forward to our discussion. RSVP here
Young Adult Book Club
Saturday, January 6th , 11AM
Join us for our YA Book club — for Young Adults (grades 8-12th) led by Young Adults. We will be discussing Solito by Javier Zamora. This multiple award-winning memoir is the story of a young boy’s immigration from El Salvador to the United States. The author’s voice in his retelling of his journey is not one you will soon forget and promises to become an American Classic. RSVP here
Nonfiction Book Club
Wednesday, January 17th , 10:30AM
November’s Non-Fiction book club is The Artist and the Orchard, A Memoir by Linda Hoffman. The author is an artist, poet & farmer of an organic apple orchard. Her memoir describes how moving to an old farmhouse and its abandoned farm shaped her new life after leaving a marriage of twenty years. Jan Krause Green, a bookclub regular, recommended this memoir after visiting the Massachusetts apple orchard and meeting the author. Linda Hoffman plans to join us on the 17th and looks forward to being part of our discussion.
RSVP here