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John Carr
18:44 UT
The BookFestPA

I will be selling and signing books at the first BookFestPA on Saturday July 10th from 10am to 5pm at the Schlow Centre Region Library along with 9 other local authors. This is the first time the literary arts have been celebrated during the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts.

I welcome anyone in the area to visit and stop by my table inside the library for a chat. The Festival itself is quite amazing with hundreds of artists and artisans showcasing their wares. Plus, great food and interesting visitors.

The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, which was first held in 1967, is held each year in State College, Pennsylvania and on the campus of Pennsylvania State University. Penn State students commonly refer to the event as Arts Fest. The festival is now five days long, from Wednesday through Sunday in early July each year, and the arts now professionally juried. A large portion of the event takes place in the Borough of State College, PA, and the remainder on the adjacent University Park campus of The Pennsylvania State University.

I look forward to seeing you there.

John Carr
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