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Local Authors Book Fair to Celebrate the Power of Words: CCHM Brings Together Local Authors for Meet and Greet & Book Signing Event (Photo) - 02/08/24

Vancouver, Wash. – A celebration of the written word returns to #CCHMuseum After Hours! Clark County Historical Museum’s spring Local Authors Book Fair will be held on Friday, March 1, 2024, from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Clark County Historical Museum (1511 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98660.)

Come meet another fantastic array of 18 new and well-known local authors representing a broad range of genres and support their work. A few of the authors attending include Pat Jollota, Jeff Davis, Russell Mickler, Patty Grasher, Donna Sinclair, Gina Mercado...and much more!

"We are excited to host this event and celebrate the many talented authors in our community," said April Pereira, CCHM Outreach and Public Programs Manager "We hope that people of all ages will come out and enjoy this special event."

The Local Author Fair is a free event for all ages, including children, teens, adults, and families.

#CCHMuseum After Hours is a monthly event occurring during Vancouver's Downtown Association's First Friday Art Walk. Each month showcases a different theme with experiences such as community take overs, pop-up exhibits, workshops, live performances, author readings, and more. It is part of the museum's ongoing commitment to promoting community partners and their stories.

The Clark County Local Authors Book Fair is a great opportunity to discover new books and authors. It is also a chance to support local businesses and the arts.

For more information, contact the museum at 360-993-5679 or outreach@cchmuseum.org.

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