Upcoming Passaic County Book Festival Includes Clifton Author


The County of Passaic, in conjunction with the PALS Plus Library Consortium, will hold the second annual Passaic County Book Festival at Clifton’s Weasel Brook Park on Saturday, June 10, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Clifton author Michael Gabriele will be among the participants, displaying his newest book “Colonial Taverns of New Jersey.” He also will take part in two speaker panels, discussing the publishing business and the process for writing and marketing books.

The book festival is a full-day event that aims to bring awareness to literary arts through exchanging ideas, encouragement of continued research, creative expression, and the promotion of local libraries.

This event—free of charge and open to the public—will feature over 50 local authors, scholars, and poets across every genre, fiction, and non-fiction. The festival will include author “meet and greets,” moderated speaker panels, arts and crafts, food and refreshments, poetry sessions, story time for children, reading to dogs, and live acoustic music.

For more information and a schedule of festival events, visit the website.

PALS Plus is a consortium of 30 public, and academic libraries located in New Jersey’s Passaic, Essex, and Hudson counties. Their libraries share resources to better serve the needs of their diverse communities.


Press release via: Author Michael Gabriele

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