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We must keep as our goal turning away from production for war and expanding production for peace.png This entry refers to a departed business that has closed or left town.
All information here is for historical reference only.

nextchap.jpgInside the Next Chapter

Location
622 Main Street, Woodland
Hours
Monday - Friday 8am - 9pm
Saturday 9am - 9pm
Sundays 9am - 5 pm
Phone
(530) 668-4620
Website
[WWW]http://members.aol.com/nextchap/
Established
1987

'The Next Chapter has closed'. Borders / Amazon and other uses for entertainment dollars meant that even in the lower rent of Downtown Woodland, they still had too much debt to continue. A quiet and sad end to a wonderful store.

The Next Chapter was once located in Davis at 225 G. St., but moved to Woodland soon after the opening of Davis Commons and Borders Books. The Next Chapter was an independent bookstore that offers membership which provides varying levels of benefits. The store also sold coffee and bagels. They sold new and used books and will also help customers search for out-of-print books. Teachers received a 15% discount on purchases over $25 (20% discount over $500) for books to be used in the classroom. There was a very cozy sitting area on the second floor with a nice view of Main Street.

The Next Chapter also hosted a variety of book discussions, author presentations, and even music performances.

Tickets for the Palms Playhouse could also be purchased here.

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If anyone remembers exactly where the Next Chapter was located in Davis and when exactly it moved please put it up! JimSchwab


2007-03-24 21:38:19   It was located where Ground Zero is now. What I remember most about it (and its Court Street location) is that there was a lot of empty space in the middle instead of towering stacks. —NickSchmalenberger


2008-03-09 19:41:01   Looks like this is to be added to the Departed Businesses List soon. I don't know why it will happen, but it is definite. Here is the [WWW]article I found about it. —SunjeetBaadkar

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