• October 9, 2017
Livingston Parish Book Festival Returns
The Livingston Parish Book Festival is back! Livingston Parish Library is excited to present our annual book festival on Saturday, November 4 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Main Branch in Livingston. Bring your family and help us celebrate books, literacy, music, and Livingston Parish. Attendees will receive a free book while supplies last.

The festival will kick off outdoors with music and activities for kids, including bouncy houses, face painting, crafts, and giant bubbles courtesy of Hey Now Hooping’s Jeannette Ginsburg.

Check out local authors at our Author Alley along with a special presentation by retired police officer, narcotics agent, and federal prosecutor Charlie Spillers as he discusses exploits from his book Confessions of an Undercover Agent: Adventures, Close Calls, and the Toll of a Double Life. Graphic novelist Kody Chamberlain will also be on hand to explain his take on creativity and how creative professionals like graphic novelists produce work every day.

Don’t forget to stop by our Makers Tent to see all of the cool things that the Livingston Parish community can create. Then head inside to watch the 3D printer create a new model, try out virtual reality software, and so much more.

Of course, no festival would be complete without tasty refreshments. Local vendors will be on hand as you explore our book festival. Spend the day with Livingston Parish Library. We have something for everyone!

Mark your calendar now, and visit mylpl.info/bookfestival for details on all our book

festival has to offer. We hope to see you there.


For more information on this release, please contact Communications Coordinator Emma James-Wilson at (225) 686-4104 or ejames@mylpl.info