A popular bookshop near Bucks County is celebrating a major milestone after countless sales and community events.
The Frenchtown Bookshop, located at 28 Bridge Street in the namesake town over the river from Bucks County, celebrated two years of business this week. The bookshop has become a fixture of the New Jersey town, which is right next to the area of Uhlerstown in Bucks County.
“It’s been 2 years since we opened our doors,” the bookstore said online. “In bookstore years, it feels like…maybe, 5 years?”
The bookstore regulary hosts authors and writers to come and discuss their works. They also co-host major literary events in the regions, such as the upcoming lecture by author Neil Gaiman at Lehigh University.
“Thanks for cheering us on, shopping with us, ordering your books from us, joining our book clubs and attending events. We couldn’t have done it without you.”
Much like nearby Lambertville, Frenchtown has become known as a small town just outside of Bucks County that is full of small shops, restaurants, and cozy atmosphere.
Learn more at the Frenchtown Bookshop.