“Forgotten Hollywood”- Duarte Festival-of-Authors Invite…

Posted on September 27, 2011 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   October is expected to be one of my busiest months with regards to Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History. In addition to a trip this weekend to the 2011 Northwest BookFest in Kirkland, WA, and my appearance at the Niguel Shores Women’s Club Luncheon on October 13th, I’ve been invited to appear at the 9th Annual Duarte Festival of Authors on Saturday, October 8th from 10a – 5p.


   This event is brought to you by the Friends of the Duarte Library. Expected to attend are over fifty authors, who will be particpating in panel discussions and book signings. Featured speakers are also a highlight (including a Pulitzer Prize winner). There will also be a children’s area with games and face-painting. The day-long festival is FREE to the public.

   The festival will take place at the park at Westminster Gardens, 1420 Santo Domingo Ave.  along Huntington Drive, in Duarte (where the 605 and 210 fwys. meet). Sponsorship is partially provided by Southern California Edison and the Pasadena Star News.

Friends of the Duarte Library

   The goal of the Friends of the Duarte Library is to promote community support for the library, and to provide funds to supplement the purchase of books, special programs and material to better serve all residents. Donations go directly to help continue these activities, and are greatly appreciated.

   Here’s a link to the Duarte Festival of Authorswebsite:


   Stop by and pick up a copy of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History.

Until next time>                              “never forget”

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