New bookstores prep for opening in Florida and Indiana; a Massachusetts store moves to new digs; a children’s bookstore changes hands in Indiana; and more.

Wild Geese Bookshop Opening in Franklin, Ind.: Attorney Tiffany Phillips is planning a November 4 opening for the bookstore, which will stock a selection of books ranging from fiction and memoir to art, crafting, and cooking, as well as gifts.

Out with the Brew, In with the Books: Rollins College is replacing a former Frank and Steins brewpub in Orlando with a 5,000 sq. ft. community bookstore. The new bookstore will open in January 2017, in time for the spring semester. The current Rollins College Rice Bookstore will be converted into an event space.

The MIT Press Bookstore on the Move: After 36 years in the Kendall Square area of Cambridge, Mass., the bookstore is moving to Central Square because of construction. It will close its current Main Street location on October 20 and reopen October 24 at 301 Massachusetts Avenue in the Central Square section of Cambridge.

The Wild Book Store Changes Hands & Launches Fundraiser: John Bellmore purchased the children’s bookstore in Noblesville, Ind. He is the second owner in the past two years. Bellmore set up an Indiegogo campaign to raise $5,000 for inventory to reopen the store. “This bookstore can make it,” he wrote. “I just need to get the shelves stocked.”

Once Upon a Time Turns 50: The Montrose, Calif., children’s bookstore is celebrating its first five decades this year. Maureen Palacios left a 20-year career in human resources to purchase the bookstore in 2003.