Literacy Works' Book Bash moves to ballroom

November 04, 2007|By Katy O'Donnell | Katy O'Donnell,Sun reporter

Moving from a suburban bookstore to a swanky ballroom, this year's Book Bash will feature nearly 50 authors, including historians, actors and writers of children's books.

After more than 600 people attended last year at the Greetings and Readings in Hunt Valley, organizers moved tonight's event downtown to the Tremont Grand. This year, a bigger space, a jazz band and flutist, caterers and presentations by authors Chip Silverman and Michael Tucker (of L.A. Law fame) may mean an even larger turnout, said Caryn Sagal, the event's publicity chair.

Book Bash 2007 Tonight 6 to 9 at The Tremont Grand, 225 N. Charles St. $70 to $140. 410-887-2001 or literacyworksinc.org.

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