The eighth annual Burlington Book Festival will take place at a variety of locations in downtown Burlington throughout the weekend of September 21 through 23.
The Queen City's latest annual celebration of the written word will offer readings, signings, panels, workshops, demos, musical performances, family activities and special events featuring literary luminaries from around the world-and just around the corner.
All events will be free of charge and open to the public.
2012 Burlington Book Festival Venues:
Main Street Landing's Performing Arts Center
Fletcher Free Library
Flynn Center for the Performing Arts
For more information call (802) 658-3328 or visit burlingtonbookfestival.com.
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