Events

The Next Page + Hungry Monk Music is collaborating to bring Summit County kids the opportunity to attend week long summer camps that will unlock the creative imagination of participants! 

Music and Story Week

July 30 - August 03 / 9am-12pm
Ages 4-8 / Recommended for beginners
Taught by: 
Hazel Ketchum
Explore sounds and songs that pair with your favorite books. Using music, stories, and puppets, students will expand on notable children's literature.

Tuition: $200

Songwriter Week

August 06 - 10 / 9am-12pm
Ages 9-14 / All skill levels welcome
Taught by: 
Hazel Ketchum
Learn the basics of songwriting, melody, harmony, and lyrics, to create your own original songs to perform.
 

Tuition: $200


Stay tuned for more information about adult music camp offerings! For additional information and to register your student click here!

 

Regularly Scheduled Events

Live Music at the Next Page

Wednesdays 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

Join legendary Randall McKinnon as he sings all the songs you know by heart! Happy hour beer and wine specials and great company!

Fridays 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.

A wonderful rotating schedule of local artists here to entertain you while you let go of the stresses of the week! 

 

Book Clubs at the Next Page

July 10th at 10 am: The Happy Bookers get a special treat! Local author Jane Parnell will be here to co-facilitate book club on her book  Off Trail.  

July 26th at 5 pm: The Scavengers Book Club for tweens and their parents will be discussing  Brave by Svetlana Chmakova. 

July 26th at 6 pm: The Drinking Club with a Reading Problem will be discussing Less by Andrew Sean Greer. 

July 30th at 6:30 pm: A NEW BOOK CLUB!!! Not Your Mother’s Book Club will be discussing Aziz Ansari’s Modern Romance.

 

Up next in Book Clubs......

August 14th at 10 am: The Happy Bookers will be discussing The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry.

 NEW DAY AND TIME! August 16th at 5:30: The Scavengers Book Club for tweens and their parents will be discussing Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell.

 August 23rd at 6 pm: The Drinking Club with a Reading Problem will be discussingAngle of Repose by Wallace Stegner.

 August 27th at 6:30 pm: Not Your Mother’s Book Club will be discussing TBA!

 

Special Events

Up Next @ Next Page....

July 14th from 2 pm until 4 pm  Karen Auvinen will be discussing her book Rough Beauty. A child of the Air Force, Karen Auvinen was torn from one home to another, learning not to get too attached. Nearing forty, she settles down to write in an isolated cabin in the Rockies, full of the beautiful artifacts she has collected throughout her life: a priceless collection of over a hundred cookbooks (of which many are out of print), a gorgeous farm table made of oak, and her great-grandmother’s nineteenth-century Finnish confirmation bible. While she’s delivering mail along her rural route in the mountains, her cast iron stove burns her home down, leaving nothing but a frying pan, a mug, and the ashes of her incinerated poetry floating through the air “haunting the landscape.”

In ROUGH BEAUTY, Auvinen examines her life’s journey to the point of the fire while beginning a new adventure that rebuilds her life, reconciles with her past, and even finds love. Recording forty seasons of living at 8,500 feet alone (save for her beloved husky Elvis), Auvinen lets readers experience the joy of deep winter’s silence, the beauty of walking through the thawing grasslands in spring, and the thrill of waking up to a brown bear tapping at your door. 
Gorgeous and hypnotic, ROUGH BEAUTY is a book that will inspire readers to look outside their comfort zone to seek the unknown, both inward and in the great outdoors. DON’T MISS THIS!

 July 15th from 4 pm until 6pm local author Doug Adcock will be presenting his second book in the Edward Hunter Spy Adventure series.

July 19th from 6 pm until 8 pm Robert Wellington will be discussing and signing his books Water Wisdom and Time Ripples. 

July 20th from 5 pm until 7 pm local author and adventurer Jane Parnell will be talking about her journey to recovery through mountaineering in the Rocky Mountains and becoming the first woman to climb the 100 highest peaks of Colorado. Come check out her book Off Trail: Finding My Way Home in the Colorado Rockies. Jane will also be at our book club on July 10th! 

July 21st from 4 pm until 6 pm Milton Klein will be releasing his book Learned by Heart: Dialogues with my Father. Part medicine, part philosophy, part parenting guide, Learned by Heart uncovers the quieter legacy the Milton’s father left his family.

July 31st from 5 pm until 7 pm Nonnie Thompson will be discussing and signing her book Time it Was: Memoir of a Modern Poineer. On an icy Rocky Mountain highway, the winter sun was setting on a teeaged girl hitchhiking alone. In the 1970s Nonnie Thompson was running away from her parents’ home yearning for the freedom and wildness of a pioneer wagon train. She found what she was looking for in a Colorado commune. Time it Was captures the youthful enthusiasm of those years while tracing the joys and sorrows of a woman who lived them deeply.