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Bloomfield Township Library to hold author fair

The Bloomfield Township Public Library is hosting its first Local Author Fair on Saturday, April 1, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.


“We are very excited to host our first Local Author Fair and showcase local talent,” said Tera Moon, library director. “We have a variety of genres – adventure, romance, local lore, memoirs, history – there really is something for everyone, both adult and youth.”


A variety of local authors will discuss their books and answer questions as visitors discover their next great read. This free event is open to the public and no registration is required.


The fair will include 20 local authors, and books will be available for purchase. Confirmed authors in attendance are: Gary Allison, Dalia Asbahi, Franki Bagdade, Jim Benton, John Cohassey, Sally Cole-Misch, Joan Daniels, Tom Daniels, Ed Demerly, Lori Ellis, Gale Forbes, Beth Gelman, Amberrose Hammond, Carol Hunter, John Jackson, Keshia Kirksey, Theresa Shen, Wendy Thomson, D. Stuart White and Wendell Woods.


For more information on the event, call the library at 248.642.5800, or visit btpl.org.

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