PAGE TURNER: The AAWW Food and Books Festival
40+ writers and artists
PAGE TURNER: The AAWW Food and Books Festival

Half indoor block party, half book bash, PAGE TURNER: The AAWW Food and Books Festival is an unforgettable all-day free public fair that’ll bring together more than 40 writers and performers and the best of Brooklyn culinary culture. Drop by Roulette and the YWCA in Downtown Brooklyn on Saturday, October 5, 2013, grab a cup of Pearl Milk Tea, chomp on a dumpling, and prepare to have your heart opened and your mind blown.

Yes, it’s the most ambitious event we’ve ever done. Yes, you should bring your whole family for the Brooklyn foodie stands and kid-friendly craft workshops. No, you don’t have to pay a dime. And yes, we’re still unrepentant bookworms: check out the line-up and reserve your spot forthwith!

PAGE TURNER: The AAWW Food and Books Festival

40+ writers and artists
Saturday, October 5, 2013
11:00 AM
Roulette / YWCA
3rd Ave & Atlantic Ave
Brooklyn NY
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