The Hartford Book Festival celebrates its fourth year
The event will be co-hosted with Hartford’s LIT – the Literary Integrated Trailblazers.
HARTFORD, Conn. — This weekend, the Hartford Public Library and the Hartford LIT will host a three-day celebration of reading and writing for children, teens and adults in the city of Hartford.
The group will offer writers’ workshops, poetry readings, writers’ symposiums and more. The multiple events will take place Friday through Sunday at the Hartford Public Library, 500 Main Street, and the Free Center, 460 New Britain Avenue.
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This year’s theme is “Double Up 2 Double Up”, a celebration of reading and writing for children, teens and adults in the city of Hartford.
The festival will feature local authors, bookstores, workshops, panels, a live stage, youth activities, open mic, literary highlights, publishers and a vibrant cultural scene and more.
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For more information about the Hartford LIT, visit www.hartfordslit.com or email [email protected]
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