Moonlight Book Crawl in Downtown Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor

. June 1, 2016.
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Every night of the Ann Arbor Book Festival, the Moonlight Book Crawl brings Michigan authors and poets to local restaurants, bars, bookstores and shops. Attendees can hear locals read from their work and chat with authors afterwards, purchase books, and grab a drink or a bite to eat. Wednesday is the Ypsilanti crawl, with stops at the YDL, Bona Sera and more, and the Ann Arbor Crawl goes on Thursday through Saturday. Venues in Ann Arbor this year include Vault of Midnight, Crazy Wisdom, Literati and Aventura. Check the Ann Arbor Book Festival website for a full list of locations. 

 

Thursday, June 16-Saturday, June 18.
6-8pm Thursday | 3-8pm Friday | 2-9pm Saturday.
Downtown Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor.
aabookfestival.org | Free

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