July 25, 2012
July 28th, Saturday evening, 8pm
June 28, 2012
There IS always something new at A New Thing – the coffee shop has evolved into a cafe with great fresh salads, sandwiches & soups! Come by between 10 and 2:30 (Tues-Sat) for a real lunch!
December 8, 2011
Grilled Reuben Sandwiches are now served at The Lunch Box, the sandwich shop that opened inside A New Thing this past summer. This is a great local shop where you can accomplish a lot in one stop. Eat a great lunch, dessert, and/or sip of tea while using our wiFi, browsing the books, finding the perfect gift (for everyone from the special little ones all the way to the great grandmothers), and often hearing some good live music ranging from classical piano to Merle Travis style played on a jazz guitar. Like the facebook page of The Lunch Box and of Stone Bridge Books, Gifts & Music.
October 24, 2011
Join us about 6:30 with for a covered dish supper and then stay for a BIBLE STUDY led by a joyful, enthusiastic Loy Dodd, who has been teaching more years than most of us have been living !
Even if all you can do is bring a soft drink or roll of paper towels, be sure to join us! You can call me here at 792-9651
September 28, 2010
Amazing Grace Family Church Worship Band welcomes you to come together, lift up the name of Jesus, and destroy those destructive denominational barriers. Join us at 6 pm. The band and the bookstore welcomes everyone to stop by.
October 23, 2009
November 21, 2009, from 11 am to 1pm, Pleasant View resident and author, Rudi London, will sign his new fiction work, THE OPERATOR IS CALLING, at Stone Bridge Books & Gifts, inside A New Thing! Be sure and check out the info about his amazing book on his amazing site www.rudilondon.com. He’s good at making you wonder where fact turns to fiction – this book is a very modern day adventure that keeps you turning the pages – faster and faster!
October 23, 2009
Stop by the bookstore/pizza shop to hear a lively blue grass jam – everyone welcome.
One stop….. for supper (fresh made pizzas, calzones, italian subs, salads, and desserts – your tummy will be full………also, for the great and good books for all ages, for that special gift and/or card, cds, videos………and, for great live music and fellowship – bring all your friends and meet some new ones!
***Blue Grass Jam for November is canceled this month – The leader of the circle (James ) just got a great deal on an airline ticket to go spend Thansksgiving with his fam in New Jersey.
September 17, 2009
Don’t forget you can walk in the store and look through a small, but growing, selection of family friendly movies to take home for only a dollar a day. If you haven’t seen FIREPROOF, come take it home for an evening.
There are some oldies (like Heidi and I love lucy), some great and true ones (like The End of the Spear), some comedy (including Veggies), and some Music and How-to …..
There are also dvds to purchase and I can get whatever you want.
August 9, 2009
We are repeating the Book signing on the 29th!. Even though the parade didn’t conflict as much as we anticipated, we did run out of books on the 22nd. And folks want Ms. Josephine to sign the ones coming in, so stop in for a visit. And come back that night for a free concert by an amazing artist, Jeff Miller.
Stop by the bookstore right after the Fair Parade, Saturday morning ( the 22nd), to meet Josephine Duke McMahan, author of the just released Teacher Tales. Many long time local residents know this retired teacher who is from a large family of educators in the Cheatham County area. They are eager to get their copy of this book (from Stone Bridge Book & Gifts, of course) and find the telling tales about their relatives or even themselves as students of Mrs. McMahan.
July 18, 2009
Brenda and Toby Willis and their – they have 10! – children were to perform at Summerfest in Ashland City, but the huge storms came that night. So if you missed them, join us for a free concert Saturday night, August 15th, for – maybe a hoe-down! Well, there may not be room enough on the performance stage at A New Thing to see them dance, but we will love this family’s performance of original and traditional irish/celtic tunes. Their website is thewillisclan.com