1st Annual Sacramento Black Book Fair

Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the 1st Annual Sacramento Black Book Fair & Festival taking place this weekend, June 6-8. There will be several events and activities for adults and children throughout the weekend. Events and activities will take place in the heart of historic Oak Park, Sacramento at venues that include: The Guild Theatre, The Women’s Civic Improvement Club, The Brickhouse Art Gallery, Underground Books, Evolve The Gallery, The Alpha Kappa Alpha House, Oak Park United Methodist Church, McClatchy Park, Teach for America Building, McGeorge School of Law. There is no cost to attend any of these events.

“I can’t wait to park my car on Saturday, Jun 7th and get out in the sunshine this weekend and take a walk through Oak Park to these great venues and visit with authors and participate in the activities taking place at the Sac Black Book Fair. I love books and plan to make it grand day of buying the books I want and need to read as well as getting autographs,” states Pleshette Robertson, Founder of Sacculturalhub.com.

CLICK HERE for schedule of events.  Featured authors include Eugene B. Redmond, Bill Strickland, Denise Nicholas, Paul Carter Harrison, Victoria Rowell, Carlos Moore, Maulana Karenga, and Halifu Osumare. Down the “Family Friendly Fun Events” flyer for activities at the Sac Black Book Fair that include:  Books on Parade, Children’s Fun & Literacy Area.

Spread the word to your friends, co-workers, and family members – bring out the entire family for this educational and fun-filled event. For more information, email faye@bluenilepress.com or call (916) 484-3749. Visit us at sacramentoblackbookfair.com.

CLICK HERE to see more news about this upcoming event just announced by the Sacramento Bee.

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