Revel in the stories of imaginary worlds and better understand our world for your kids and the kid in all of us.

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Come and check out our featured shelves chosen by guest curators from our local and design communities. Enjoy our organic and natural selections of wine paired with books, paired with snacks, enjoy alone or join a new book club!


Partake in a series of programs, family gatherings, community events, parties with purpose and excuses for meeting new people and having spontaneous conversations.


Curiosity Book Club
Wednesday, March 1st, 6PM
Join us for our fiction book club. For March, we will be discussing Everyone in My Family has Killed Someone by Benjamin Stevenson. I am enjoying the clever narrator Ernie and am looking forward to discussing this book with you all. Sneak Peak-April’s book will be Demon Copperhead by Barbara Kingsolver and will meet on April 5th. RSVP here.
Flight Club Fridays
Fridays, March 3rd, 17th & 31st

Join us on these Fridays at 6PM. We will feature 4 tastes of wine, one flight, great tunes, and even better company. No RSVP required. $25 at the door.

March 3rd: Women of Wine – Celebrating incredible wines and the talented women who produce them.

March 17th: Greens & Blues – Toasting to St. Patrick’s Day, Flight Club style.

March 31st: Battle of the Bottles – Two regions enter. One region leaves. Who said wine tasting couldn’t be a sport?

Young Adult Book Club
Saturday, March 4th, 11AM
Join us for our Young Adult Book Club run by Young Adults for Young Adults (ages 14–17). March’s participants will be discussing Tochi Onyebuchi’s debut novel Beasts Made for Night. This Nigerian fantasy explores themes of justice, inequality & fantasy. RSVP here.
Breakfast Club
Wednesday, March 8th, 10:30AM
Join our nonfiction book group meeting. This month we will be discussing Healthy No Matter What by Alex Jadad & Tamen Jadad Garcia. This father and daughter team gives us a guide to create one’s own true health in order to thrive. Participants will get the unique opportunity to talk to the authors who will be joining the book club discussion by zoom. RSVP here.
In Good Taste
Thursday March 9th, 6PM
Forget everything you think you know about wine and let's uncover the truth about some common misconceptions. Should all wine age? (No). Is all Riesling sweet? (Also no). Do you need to worry about the sulfites in wine? (Nope). Led by Curiosity & Co.'s resident sommelier Emma McLaughlin, In Good Taste is an a la carte wine-tasting class and experience that not only teaches the who, what, where, when, why, and how of wine, but also interrogates and celebrates the feeling of wine and its relationship with our own experiences. Purchase Tickets here.
Author Talks: Rabia Chaudry
Thursday March 9th, 1PM
Join us at Curiosity Store for an engrossing afternoon of conversation as attorney, advocate, podcaster, producer, and author Rabia Chaudry sits down with Reading with Robin’s Robin Kall to discuss her book Fatty Fatty Boom Boom: A Memoir of Food, Fat & Family. Rabia’s honest and hilarious reflection on food, body image and family members is an inspiration to all of us “to love and honor who we are.” Tickets are limited. Purchase Tickets here.
Artist Talks: Kannetha Brown on Analog Activism
Saturday March 11th, 1PM
Join Kannetha Brown for an immersive learning experience as she teaches the basics of large format photography and explains how the medium can be used as a critical tool for documentary storytelling and community activism. This workshop is not only a hands-on introduction to the history of photography but also as an exploration of how photography can be used to catalyze change. Kannetha is one of the photographers featured in our Five Alive Photo Exhibition in our Gallery Space. Tickets are limited. Purchase Tickets here.
A Closer Look: Julie Gerstenblatt in Conversation with Robin Kall
Wednesday, March 15th, 5:30PM
Join us at Curiosity Store for a captivating evening of conversation as essayist, educator, and author Julie Gerstenblatt sits down with Reading with Robin’s Robin Kall to discuss her debut novel, Daughters of Nantucket. Tickets on Sale Now. Purchase Tickets here.
Author Talks: Jessa Maxwell
Wednesday March 22nd, 6PM
We are honored to host an evening of conversation as local author and illustrator Jessa Maxwell sits down with author, editor and Olympian Carol Newman Cronin to discuss her debut novel, The Golden Spoon. A sharp and suspenseful thriller for mystery buffs and bakers alike, The Golden Spoon is a March Indie Next Pick that will keep you reading late into the night. We look forward to seeing you for this terrific event! Free Tickets are Limited. Reserve tickets here.
A Closer Look: Sadequa Johnson in Conversation with Robin Kall
Wednesday March 29th, 6:30PM
Join us at Curiosity Store for a dynamic and thought-provoking evening of conversation as acclaimed author Sadeqa Johnson (Then There Was Me, Yellow Wife) sits down with Reading with Robin’s Robin Kall to discuss Johnson’s latest novel, The House of Eve. Tickets are limited. Purchase Tickets here.