The festival will feature nationally recognized and New England authors who will give presentations at a number of venues in the historic village.
The festival program also includes workshops with authors, live music, art exhibits, a huge second hand and vintage book sale and the Bookstock Market Place with about two dozen exhibitors and vendors.
And best of all, Bookstock is free and open to everyone.
This year Bookstock has scheduled events for the full three days of the festival.
On Friday, July 25, author presentations and workshops will be given at the Norman Williams Public Library and at the elegant Woodstock Inn and Resort, from noon until 5pm, a young writers workshop will be held at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, and book sales will take place on The Green and at the library. On Friday evening, all are invited to a reception and poetry jam at ArtisTree, a nearby arts center.
Saturday, July 26, highlights the Headliner presentations at the Town Hall Theatre in the morning, author talks and workshops at various locations from noon until 5pm, children’s activities and food offerings on The Green, the Bookstock Marketplace on The Green, continued book sales and a presenter appreciation reception at the Blue Horse Inn.
Sunday, July 27, the final day, winds up with more presentations at the library, book sales until 2 p.m. and a film at the Town Hall Theatre.
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