2019 Festival Vendors

Recycled Reads

Keeping unwanted books out of landfills – one folded book art sculpture or journal at a time. Recycled Reads makes art and functional items from old books. Items include folded book art sculptures, journals/sketchbooks, quilled book art, book spine bookmarks, and other items according to the inspiration provided.

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Western & Southern Life

We will be giving away reading books, bookmarks, reading materials, color books, crayons, stickers, and other kid-friendly, reading-related items.  We will be also providing child ID kits if the parents would like them.
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Usborne Books & More

Stop by and browse our cash-and-carry selection of Usborne Books & More!

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sarin grill

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Curbside Cocina

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The Big Sno

We are a shaved ice trailer offering Hawaiian-style shaved ice. We add gourmet flavors and toppings to make a special treat that you can eat while browsing through the BookFest! We look forward to serving you in September!

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Summer House Pottery

Summer Mortimer is now a stay-at-home mom, but she used to own a very successful paint-your-own-pottery studio. She loves sharing her joy of crafting and art with others, but especially with her daughter.

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Novel Breads Co.

Novel Breads Co. is an artisan bread bakery where bread and books are beautifully combined. Operated by a single baker, Novel Breads Co. uses natural and local ingredients, leavens all breads with sourdough, and finds inspiration for breads through books.

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Lifesteps Early Head Start

Lifesteps Early Head Start is a nonprofit, home-based program in Beaver County that provides educational and developmentally appropriate activities for pregnant women and children birth to 3 years of age. These services are provided in the comfort of your own home once a week for 90 minutes.

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My November Guest Books

Sam Allen is an author, historian, and retired librarian. He continues to nurture his passion for all things literary by maintaining a marvelous collection of esoteric volumes at My November Guest Used and Rare Books, and also through his one-man stage presentation based on the life of poet Robert Frost.

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Registration deadline is 8-5-19.

Questions? Contact Linda Au.


Q: How much space will I have?
A: Approximately 10 ft. x 10 ft. Participants will be provided with one (1) 8 ft. long table and one (1) chair. Also, one author = one space/application. Co-authors of the same book may share the same space, but otherwise, each author must reserve his or her own space.

Q: How many books should I bring?
A: Although we cannot guarantee sales, many authors sell anywhere from 10-20 books during the festival. A safe number would be 25.

Q: What besides books should I bring?
A: Since one of the main objectives of BookFest is to help our authors promote themselves, we encourage you to bring business cards, flyers, free giveaways, etc…anything that can help you make connections and build an audience.  Since we will be refunding a registration fee for the author with the best decorated table, you should also bring whatever you need to make your space as pleasing to the eye as possible. And don’t forget to bring a chair, too.

Q: How many people attend the festival?
A: On average anywhere from 2,000-4,000, depending on the weather.

Q: Do I have to provide my own tent?
A: No. Authors are set up inside our Author Tent, which is a large, circus-type tent with sidewalls to protect you and your books/marketing materials from the weather.

Q: How much promotion does the BookFest Committee do?
A: Although we do our best to promote the festival through social media, press releases, paid advertisements, flyers, and outdoor advertising, we highly encourage the participating authors to promote the festival as much as possible through their own channels.

Q: Will food and/or water be provided?
A: Although we are not able to supply food and/or water to our participants, representatives from our local restaurants will be coming around to take your lunch order if you are interested. Otherwise, please remember to bring along food, water, and snacks for the day.