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Festival of books events

White Mountains Chapter Of Arizona Professional Writers 1st Annual Festival Of Books August 3, 2024 9am To 3pm.

August 2, 6pm Meeting and Greet No Host Event at The Lodge Bar & Grill, Pinetop, AZ

August 3, kids 3-15 dress up like your favorite character in a book August 3, Kids Corner – events throughout the day Silent Auction during Event, and Drawings through out the day for books from various authors.

Vendor Information

An early bird table can be purchased for $95 or half for $45, prior to May 15th, afterwards the price is $100 for a table or $50 for half.
Please reach out to info@wwfestivalbooks.org or info@kathleen-osborne.com
Or call 928-241-4500

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