Book Events: Fairs, Festivals, and Conferences (2019 and 2020)

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3 Events Found in North Carolina

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The Christian Book Lover’s Retreat The Christian Book Lover’s Retreat
Doubletree Resorts, Charlotte, North Carolina


Hosted by: Vanessa Miller
Dates: Thursday, October 24, 2019 to Sunday, October 27, 2019

Website: The Christian Book Lover’s Retreat
Email: info@christianbookloversretreat.com

Description:

The Christian Book Lover’s Retreat is all about Faith, Fun, Fellowship… and a whole lot of books. The first day of the retreat is jam packed with socials, game shows, and parties. The next day kicks off with praise and worship and then it's all about author book discussions and more

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Carolina Mountains Literary Festival Carolina Mountains Literary Festival
Burnsville, North Carolina, 


Date: September 2020 – Dates to be Announced

Website: Carolina Mountains Literary Festival
Email: cmlitfest@gmail.com

Description:

The festival idea was born when a small group of local citizens and businesspersons spontaneously came together ten years ago around the goal of giving greater exposure to the art of writing and the joys of reading in an area already famed for its colony of artists in other media. Originally, that group consisted of literacy advocate Myrna Stephens; Wendy Reid, owner of The Design Gallery; poet Britt Kaufmann; children’s book author Karen Miller; artist Anne Sabri, and health care consultant and aspiring writer Ruth Perschbacher Price and her husband, historical novelist Charles F. Price. Now it also includes Dr. Dan Barron, former director of the Avery-Mitchell-Yancey Regional Libraries, downtown booster Lucy Gregory Doll, poet and community volunteer Kathy Weisfeld, librarian, runner, super-mom and new director of the Avery-Mitchell-Yancey Regional Libraries Amber Westall Briggs, artist and arts advocate Jane Brown Willig, and many others.

Learn more about Carolina Mountains Literary Festival on AALBC.com.
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Literary Festival of Charlotte Literary Festival of Charlotte
Second Ward Gym, 710 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Charlotte, North Carolina


Date: October 2020 – Dates to be Announced

Website: Literary Festival of Charlotte

Description:
The Charlotte Literary Festival is here to reignite the love of reading in our community, provide exposure to new literary voices, and promote a renaissance of engagement with the arts.

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