2nd Annual San Antonio Book Festival

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The 2nd Annual San Antonio Book Festival is scheduled for Saturday, April 5, 2014.

The festival will feature over 70 national and regional authors and will include book readings, panel discussions, book sales and signings, cooking demonstrations, children’s activities, live music, food trucks, and more.

As you can imagine, all these activities need volunteers to support their success.  If you would like to volunteer, click here: http://vols.pt/Nagdsg, pick the area and time you would like to work, enter your name, contact information, and t-shirt size.

Needless to say, whether or not you can volunteer, I hope you can join us at the festival. The full day of free events takes place downtown at the Central Library and the Southwest School of Art. To learn more about the San Antonio Book festival, please visit http://www.saplf.org/festival.

Finally, please feel free to share this with anyone you think might be interested in attending or volunteering. With your help the festival will be a great success.

Please let me know if you have any questions or need more information.

Thanks,

– Marty

Martha (Marty) Rossi
Project Manager, Digital Resources and Library Services
Education Service Center, Region 20
1314 Hines Ave.
San Antonio, TX  78208
(210) 370-5711
martha.rossi@esc20.net
http://texassuccess.org
http://learn421.net
http://dkc.esc20.net


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