Lafayette Book Store 3569 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, CA94549 Lafayette Book Store is your neighborhood used and new bookseller. In business since 1963, this shop is the oldest…More bookstore in the county. The book store carries a wide range of fiction, non-fiction and sci-fi books, and the employees' recommendations line the shelves with everything from pulp fiction to memoirs. The staff can order books that are not in stock. Owner Dave Simpson recently started a membership program called Book Culture, which offers 40 percent off to members.
Orinda Books 276 Village Sq, Orinda, CA94563 The comfortable, intimate bookstore is a center of community life in Orinda. Besides having a wide selection of new…More books and CDs, it also has an Artist of the Month Program where local artist's work is featured for sale in the store. The ceramics of Gerry Wallace and paintings by Paul Kratter are available all year round. The shop provides search services for out-of-print, rare and used books and has a store cat named Ginger.
The Storyteller 30 Lafayette Cir, Lafayette, CA94549 The Storyteller is a great children's bookshop for kids and collector's of illustrated children's books. The…More knowledgeable and enthusiastic staff encourage children to peruse the books and enjoy themselves, and in good weather there are children's story readings. The store also offers puppet shows on Friday mornings.
Friends Corner Book Shop 3491 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, CA94549 Friends Corner Book Shop sells donated books to raise funds to support the Lafayette Library and Learning Center.…More Stop by the store and you'll find 25,000 titles, organized for easy browsing. Most are priced between 50¢ to $3. You'll also find DVDs and CDs. Donations are encouraged. Please leave them at the designated drop-off are in the Library's garage. The book shop, located at the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, is operated and managed by Friends of the Lafayette Library and Learning Center volunteers.
Across the Way 1480 Moraga Rd Ste G, Moraga, CA94556 Across the Way is a home furnishing store that carries indoor and outdoor products. The store carries patio heaters,…More grills, teak furniture, bath towels, bath rugs, European bodycare products, cookbooks, garden accessories, firepits, tableware, biodegradable cleaning products, candles, bar accessories, lifestyle books, furniture and more.
Opened in 1978, The Cotton Patch is one of the first destination-quilting stores in the U.S. The shop carries over…More 4,000 bolts of fabric in a wide variety of prints, colors and patterns. It also carries hundreds of quilting books as well as quilting software and patterns.</p>
<p>Owner Carolie Hensley and her staff are all experienced quilters themselves and the store offers regular classes in sewing and embroidery.</p>
Goodwill 566 Center St, Moraga, CA94556 This is the local donations center for Goodwill Industries, which gladly accepts used clothing and shoes, housewares,…More toys and books, and small appliances in working condition. Goodwill also now takes TVs and CRT monitors, whether they are operable or not. You can even donate your car to Goodwill for an IRS tax deduction. Please note, it cannot accept microwaves, automotive products, mattresses, bicycle parts and infant car seats or cribs.
They Grow So Fast 3413 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, CA94549 This shop specializes in children and maternity clothes consignment. Sellers may bring in their gently used and…More stain-free garments, toys, DVDs, books, games and baby furniture and after the items sell, will receive 40% of the sold price. There is also a games and toy area for kids to play in while you shop for that perfect gift, maternity outfit or toddler's play clothes.
The Springstone School is an independent middle school serving students with asperger's syndrome, non-verbal…More learning disability and other learning challenges. The school is for children in grades six through eight. Classes at Springstone are kept small to allow individualized instruction, and students are provided with electronic media such as videos, books on tape, music, interactive Web sites and computer software to help with their learning processes.</p>
<p>Classrooms at Springstone are also equipped with laptop computers, computer projectors, wireless internet, access to shared network, and other high-tech aids for concept-mapping and written activities. A shared network allows students to store and retrieve documents in folders that are organized by grade and class.</p>