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Enjoy a full day of readings from fantasy writers, YA authors, historians, poets, novelists and more at Fall for the Book's final Community Day, in partnership with the City of Fairfax's Fall Festival.

Park for free next to Merten Hall and enjoy readings, book signings, a book fair of local publishers and literary magazines, food trucks, and cook book demonstrations. Finish the day by seeing Lev Grossman, author of The Magicians trilogy-- now a hit TV show on Syfy-- in Harris Theater at 5 p.m.

Bring the kids to Old Town Hall starting at 10:30 a.m. for a full day of interactive activities: a comic drawing workshop, jewelry making, and story time with Tybee, the reading dog!

This is the last day of the Fall for the Book festival: 4 Days | 150 Authors. Visit www.fallforthebook.org for the full schedule of events. All events are free and do not require tickets.