10th Annual Kerrytown Bookfest

. August 28, 2012.
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Celebrate the written word and Ann Arbor’s rich history of book culture during the 10th Annual Kerrytown Bookfest. Each year this family-friendly festival draws local businesses and organizations together with the area’s most talented authors, illustrators, storytellers, publishers, and of course, book lovers! This year’s fest will include Tigermania! a discussion with five authors who have written about Michigan baseball, moderated by famed baseball historian, Peter Morris. There will also be a panel exploring the possibilities that digital media presents to book artists, authors and designers. The day will feature creative activities for kids too, all within the beautiful setting of Ann Arbor’s Farmers’ Market in historic Kerrytown. See a full list of activities and speakers online.

12pm. 315 Detroit St. 734-669-0451. www.kerrytownbookfest.org—AG

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