Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities is having their first ever Book Festival on May 19th from 10am to 8pm. A one day celebration of literary arts designed for the entire family and with just general admission you can take part in several hand-on activities, Kids Storytime, panel discussions, fun and games, staged reading, writing workshops, an all-day exhibit hall with publishers, authors, rare and used books and more!
Have you ever wondered how a writer’s first publication impacted the rest of their writing career or how many hours a day they spend writing, now is the time get some of your questions answered! For the cost of $25 enjoy brunch in an intimate setting with a Local Author catered by Steuben’s Arvada; you can choose your table based on book types and here you’ll find the list of participating authors.
Lastly, end your evening with Keynote Speaker Laura Moriarty, a New York Times best-selling author, she will discuss her latest novel “American Heart” about an American girl helping a Muslim woman fleeing from internment and her previous novel “The Chaperone”, soon to be released as a feature film, about the woman who chaperoned an irreverent Louise Brooks to New York City in 1922. In addition, will answer questions and sign copies of her books.
Interested in attending the festivities? Ticket prices vary from $5- $60, visit http://arvadacenter.org/bookfest to learn more.