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The Boerne Book & Art Fest is a celebration of all things literary and arts, featuring live performances, author discussion panels, childrens’ activities, and more.

As always, the festival has a special focus in Texas history. With Sarah Bird’s latest book, The Last Dance on the Starlight Pier, festival-goers will learn about underground Texas dance halls in prohibition and the mob’s role in shaping Galveston tourism in the 1930s.

Jennifer Ross-Nazal kicks off the day with a panel on "Making  Space for Women."  This panel, regarding the trailblazing women of NASA, is moderated by Boerne Library Advisory Board Member Amy Bean, the daughter of astronaut Allen Bean. Other panels include the myths and mysteries of the Lone Star state and Texas rivers.

The Boerne Book & Art Fest is a celebration of all things literary and arts, featuring live performances, author discussion panels, childrens’ activities, and more.

As always, the festival has a special focus in Texas history. With Sarah Bird’s latest book, The Last Dance on the Starlight Pier, festival-goers will learn about underground Texas dance halls in prohibition and the mob’s role in shaping Galveston tourism in the 1930s.

Jennifer Ross-Nazal kicks off the day with a panel on "Making Space for Women." This panel, regarding the trailblazing women of NASA, is moderated by Boerne Library Advisory Board Member Amy Bean, the daughter of astronaut Allen Bean. Other panels include the myths and mysteries of the Lone Star state and Texas rivers.

The Boerne Book & Art Fest is a celebration of all things literary and arts, featuring live performances, author discussion panels, childrens’ activities, and more.

As always, the festival has a special focus in Texas history. With Sarah Bird’s latest book, The Last Dance on the Starlight Pier, festival-goers will learn about underground Texas dance halls in prohibition and the mob’s role in shaping Galveston tourism in the 1930s.

Jennifer Ross-Nazal kicks off the day with a panel on "Making Space for Women." This panel, regarding the trailblazing women of NASA, is moderated by Boerne Library Advisory Board Member Amy Bean, the daughter of astronaut Allen Bean. Other panels include the myths and mysteries of the Lone Star state and Texas rivers.

WHEN

WHERE

Downtown Boerne
100 N. Main St.
Boerne, TX 78006
https://www.boernebookfest.com/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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