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Jamaica Queens is Book Country on August 30, 2008

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Dawnny Ruby | 15 comments Mod
Queens, New York -Jamaica Queens is Book Country on August 30, 2008
Jamaica Market Harvest Room

90-40 160th Street
Jamaica, New York 11434
Category: Festivals

Queens Book Fair on August 30, 2008 12:00PM-7:00PM at The Jamaica
Market's Harvest Room, 90-40 160th Street Jamaica NY 11432. Your
favorite authors, your favorite books, your favorite people gathered
together in the Village of Jamaica Queens. Starting in just three
years after its launch, C&B Books Distribution has developed a well
anticipated event in its Annual Book Fair. This year they proudly
present the Fourth Annual Book & Health Fair which promises to be
better than ever.

The 4th Annual Book & Health Fair continues to promote the forging
partnerships in New York's independent literary scene. So, meeting
and mingling with your favorite author is not as far removed as you'd
think at this event.

The Atmosphere: Taking place at The Jamaica Market's Harvest Room the
vibe will be as relaxed, inviting and surprising as one might expect
on a summer's afternoon in New York.

The Queens Book Fair has been building momentum as one of the most
sought after events to attend by authors, writers, publishers and
dedicated book fans. Inspired by the legendary success of major book
fairs throughout New York City (namely, Harlem, Brooklyn, Long
Island), C&B Books is humbled to have successfully established an
event-equal in caliber-worthy of the Majesty that is called
the "Borough of Queens."

For more information please call 718.591.4525 (9:00AM-10:00PM Daily)
or reply at
Visit offical web site of Queens Book Fair.
Don't forget to bookmark www.queensbookfair

Vendors may register today at
Free Consumer Admission!

message 2: by Keyona (new)

Keyona | 1 comments I am very excited about this since I do live in Queens. Finally there's something us readers in Queens can look forward to without going to Harlem.

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