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Looking forward to the San Antonio Book Festival: a round up of posts by San Antonio bloggers

By Colleen Pence | Mar 29 2014

colleenpence-sidebarBy Colleen Pence, SA2020 Resolutions Outdoorsy Leader (follow her here!)

 

We live in a “City on the Rise” so it makes sense that our annual San Antonio Book Festival (which is free and open to the public!) will draw over 90 acclaimed national and regional authors to the Alamo City to share, discuss, and sell their works.

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Held this year on Saturday, April 5, from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the San Antonio Central Library and the Southwest School of Art, the festival delights book lovers, both young and old, with:

  • author presentations
  • book sales and signings
  • a literary marketplace
  • crafts and activities
  • recipe demonstrations from cookbook authors
  • food truck fare
  • live music
  • a technology area

But the book festival isn’t just for adults. Kids can meet 15 children’s and young adult authors and hear them read selections from their stories. And My Story, Say Sí, the San Antonio Children’s Museum, Spare Parts, and The Magik Theatre will also provide interactive educational and art activities for kids throughout the event and in the children’s reading tent.

Keep Reading on Colleen’s blog, “San Antonio Mom Blogs” >> 

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Colleen Pence

Colleen is a life-long learner and lover of marketing, social media, and blogging (and laughing!). She started her company, Social Media Mentoring, in 2008 and has helped businesses (including The Westin La Cantera Resort and the San Antonio Children’s Museum) create social media strategies to capture the attention and revenue of their target markets. She's also a mama; a foodie who doesn’t know how to cook; a supporter of non-profits; and a Parrothead. She started her first personal blog in 2005. SanAntonioMomBlogs.com celebrates and supports San Antonio mom bloggers. It’s also where she shares her views on life and parenting in the Alamo City.

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