Ashland OREGON, USA
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Book Wagon | DJs Video | Soundpeace
| Blue Dragon Bookstore
Bloomsbury Books | The Book Exchange
| Tree House Books
SOU Bookstore | Ashland Public Library
| SOU Library
The Jefferson Center
Mon - Sat 10am
1652 Ashland St, Ashland, OR 97520
Book Wagon, found in Ashland, is one of Southern Oregon's largest
distributors of both new and used books. Regardless if a novel has
just been published, or it has survived for several hundred years,
you can rest assured that the Book Wagon will have a copy available
for you. If they do not have a copy on hand, the Book Wagon's website
be sure to provide you with the reading material you desire. By
ordering online, customers can receive even larger savings than
they do in the store itself.
The Book Wagon features many different literary genres, including:
Adventure stories, alternative medicine, anthropology, archaeology,
architecture, art, astrology, automotive, biographies, children's
literature, young adult fiction, cooking, crafts, essays, drama,
folklore, fiction, non-fiction, poetry, history, science fiction,
fantasy, and religion.
The Book Wagon also features unique discounts, such as 10 books
for $10, and $2.90 books. These discounted books include many of
today's contemporary authors, as well as other voices from the past.
Both fiction and non-fiction books are available for purchase using
Sun - Thu 10am-
11pm, Fri- Sat 10am – 12am
1670 Ashland Street, Ashland, OR 97520
is not the average video store. It’s Ashland Oregon's official
video store and Oregon's largest! Almost 20,000 square feet of your
favorite movies from Hollywood's finest to all the great independent
movies. With the largest spiritual cinema collection you are likely
to find, and an amazing assortment of metaphysical titles, a visit
to DJ’s is a must.
Springs Wellness Center
1651 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland, OR 97520
Springs is a wellness, healing and personal growth center located
in Ashland Oregon. The natural springs on the property is a metaphor
for the continual flow of healing energy available within each of
...is to facilitate personal transformation and enhanced well-being
on all levels -- physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.
... is to foster personal, community and global wellness by providing
a safe and supportive environment for accessing and expressing our
untapped inner resources.
Mon 9:30 – 6:30 Tue – Sat 9:30 – 7:00 Sun 10:00
199 East Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
Soundpeace is a business and community resource connecting people
with products that inspire, inform, delight and help them find meaning,
peace and joy in their lives.
Our store fosters a new world of discovery, celebration and exploration
through a unique collection of books, music, jewelry and spirited
gifts for yourself and loved ones.
Blue Dragon Bookstore
297 East Main, Ashland, OR 97520
Blue Dragon bookstore is one of downtown Ashland’s most readily
accessible businesses to find quality used books. Located about
three blocks from the Stratford Inn, Blue Dragon Bookstore carries
one of the largest catalogs of used literature found in the Rogue
The Blue Dragon carries all written artistic forms of literature,
and authors from hundreds of different literary canons.
Blue Dragon has a large selection of classical literature, as well
as a well-stocked supply of Shakespearean texts. However, these
are not the only books this store has to offer. The Blue Dragon
also features a wide assortment of poetry, fiction, non-fiction,
historical, spiritual, self-help, fantasy, science fiction, mysteries,
and romance novels.
short on money? Have no fear, as the Blue Dragon is also one of
Ashland’s primary book trader’s. Almost every piece
of literature in their building is available through the barter
Mon-Sat 8am -10pm Sun 10am-9pm
290 East Main St, Ashland, OR 97520
in downtown Ashland, Bloomsbury Books has become an Ashland tradition
for purchasing books for both locals and tourists alike. Every summer,
hundreds of visitors to Ashland find the literary resources they
are searching for on the shelves of Bloomsbury Books. Regardless
of what your subject of interest, Bloomsbury is sure to have something
you will enjoy.
genres at Bloomsbury include, but are not limited to: fiction, non-fiction,
biographies, Shakespearean literature, local authors, poetry, children’s
literature, spiritual and religious texts, and a large selection
of books explaining the history of both Oregon and the Rogue Valley.
directly above Bloomsbury books is Josephine’s, one of Ashland’s
most popular café’s and coffee shops. Bloomsbury Books
encourages its patrons to pick up a book and sit back with a cup
of coffee while you decide if the book is right for you or not.
Daily 10:00am – 5:30pm
89 Oak Street, Ashland, OR 97520
only a few blocks away from the Stratford Inn, in the heart of downtown
Ashland, the Book Exchange has become a tradition for avid readers
in the Southern Oregon area. The Book Exchange specializes in hard
to find used books. Unearthed gems are discovered daily within the
walls of their store. One of the most organized book stores around,
with an extremely knowledgeable staff, the Book Exchange can locate
just about anything for you. As well as having reasonable prices,
the Book Exchange also buys and trades books, making it even easier
for you to get the book you are looking for.
Book Exchange carries a wide variety of every genre of literature,
including, Elizabethan, History, Philosophy, Classical Literature,
Science Fiction/Fantasy, How To Books, Self-Help Guides, as well
as many others. The friendly staff is always available to help you
in any way they can to locate the exact text you are searching for.
Mon-Sat 10am-5:00pm Sun 11am-4pm
15 North Main , Ashland, OR 97520
House Books houses lots of American children’s literature,
for today’s kids, parents, and teachers to enjoy. Their selection
includes popular authors, as well as winners of such prestigious
awards as the Newbery and the Randolph Caldecott medals. No matter
how old you are, you can rest assured that Tree House Books is guaranteed
to have your favorite book from your early years.
House Books also houses Ashland’s largest collection of international
children’s literature. What better way is there for your child
to be introduced to a new culture then through the literature of
that society? The international books have been gathered from all
corners of the world, making it accessible for patrons to see how
different, yet how strangely similar our society is compared to
the rest of the world.
those looking for Native American stories, Tree House Books also
stocks a wide selection of myths, legends, and fables from hundreds
of tribes indigenous to this land.
Oregon University Bookstore
Mon - Fri 8:30am - 4:30pm
1250 Siskiyou Blvd, Ashland, OR 97520
on the campus of beautiful Southern Oregon University, the SOU bookstore
is a prime location to find literature, textbooks, university mementos,
and computer equipment.
SOU bookstore has a wide variety of literature available. Different
genres include, classical fiction, mysteries, fiction, non-fiction,
biographies, children’s literature, religion, spirituality,
and many others. SOU also houses many current authors and books
for those wishing to catch up with what their favorite authors are
currently up to.
books are not the only things you can find in this bookstore. The
SOU bookstore keeps a wide assortment of the latest computer hardware
and software available for purchase. They supply equipment for all
major computing systems, ensuring that they will have what you are
SOU bookstore also houses the regions largest collection of Southern
Oregon University merchandise and memorabilia. If you are looking
for a coffee cup to remember your collegiate days, or if you are
searching for a sweatshirt or t-shirt for a parent to display, the
SOU bookstore is sure to have you covered.
Mon/Tues 12pm-7pm Wed/Thurs 10am-6pm
410 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland, OR 97520
just one block from The Stratford Inn at the corner of Gresham Street
and Siskiyou Boulevard is the Ashland Public Library. With large
picture windows that look out onto the beautiful mountains that
surround Ashland, this is a wonderful place to sit and relax and
read and learn. "The Ashland Library expansion and restoration
has been completed. The official grand opening was June 2, 2003.
'old' Carnegie library has been restored to its original form
and colors; it houses the children's section, with meeting and
staff rooms on the lower level. The expanded section holds all
the remaining collections, reference, technology, and study rooms.
Meeting rooms are available both during the library's open house
and after hours. The large meeting has a well-equipped kitchen.
Non-profit organizations may use these facilities at no cost other
than a damage deposit; there is a charge for other groups."
Oregon University Library
Mon-Thr 7:45 – 11:00pm Fri-Sat 7:45
– 5:00pm Sun 1:00 – 11:00pm
1250 Siskiyou Blvd., Ashland, OR 97520
Library Enhancement at Southern Oregon University will create an
Academic and Social Center for Learning, integrating University
Planning Values and stirring the hearts and intellect of students,
faculty,and the diverse Communities it serves."
and Social Center for Learning Creating the "Heart of the Campus"
physically and symbolically that is engaging and accessible.
activity and interaction in a social and academic setting.
out drawing people to comfortable academic and informal spaces.
space for collections, technology, library instruction, and
the campus culturally, physically, and aesthetically.
Celebrating the cultural and academic diversity of the University.
208 Oak St #101, Ashland, OR 97520
"The Jefferson Center seeks to draw on the world's wisdom
traditions to promote a global ethic and a spirituality of love,
freedom, social justice, compassion for all people, and reverence
for the Earth."
promote critical analysis and reflection in religion and philosophy
through an annual Summer Institute and other educational forums
foster diverse, life-integrating religious and spiritual practices
for the sake of ecological responsibility and a thriving, multi-cultural
work to end all forms of discrimination in religion and society
that denigrate the human experience
stimulate discussion and information exchange through the Center
website and an annual journal
link with other groups who seek to be a part of a global network
for an inclusive vision of religion in the twenty-first century
Jefferson Center offers:
An annual Summer Institute focusing on progressive, cutting-edge,
and stimulating topics relating to our mission and aims, held
in Ashland, Oregon
Programsţ during the year to feature noteworthy speakers and workshops
on compelling topics, as announced
website ˇ www.thejeffcenter.org
ˇ with news of Center activities, a bimonthly newsletter, commentary
by distinguished scholars, officers, and members of the Center;
plus links to other organizations engaged in critical thinking
and intellectual honesty in the twenty-first century
annual published journal beginning in the winter of 2007 Membership
in The Jefferson Center, with accompanying benefits, for those
who support our mission, aims, and objectives