Bibelot cancels all events, author appearances

March 13, 2001|By Parijat Didolkar

The Bibelot bookstore chain, which has announced it will go out of business in the next few months, has canceled all upcoming in-store events and author appearances at its four stores.

Last night's event at the Timonium store, featuring local mystery writer Tim Cockey, was the last scheduled event to take place, said Bibelot spokeswoman Carrie Miller. Other events planned for this week and beyond at the Timonium, Canton, Cross Keys and Woodholme stores, including tonight's appearance by authors John C. Ball and Jill Jonnes at Woodholme, will not take place, she said.

Bibelot also has changed its store hours. All stores will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily, including weekends. The store is also no longer accepting gift certificates of any kind.

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