Don’t Miss the Philadelphia Book Fair!

For the first time in several years, book lovers have a big reason to flock back to Philly. The Philadelphia Book & Ephemera Fair will take place Friday and Saturday, May 21 and 22, 2010.

“This is the only major vintage Book & Ephemera event held in the greater Philadelphia region and offers an unparalleled opportunity for Book & Ephemera lovers,” writes event coordinator Flamingo Eventz, LLC.

A partial list of Exhibitors includes: Walk A Crooked Mile Books of Philadelphia, PA; Bayberry Antiques of Orleans, MA; Mary Martin, Ltd of Perryville, MD; Dan Miranda of Brookline, MA; T.W. & Barbara Clemmer of Leighton, PA; Willis Monie of Cooperstown, NY; Wilfrid M. deFreitas of Montreal, Canada; Atomic Age of Brooklyn, NY; Eclectibles of Tolland, CT; Kevin T. Ransom of Amherst, NY; Mori Books of Milford, NH; Lee & Mike Temares of Plandome, NY; Old Editions of Buffalo, NY; Cara Hermann of Philadelphia, PA; Books End of Syracuse, NY; Bill Hutchison of Mendenhall, PA; Frank Corrado of Drexel Hill, PA; Edward N. Bomsey Autographs, Inc of Annandale, VA; and Read‘em Again Books of Montclair, VA. These and many other fine Exhibitors will be found only at this exceptional show. Be sure to check our website – – for a complete Exhibitor List.

Dates: May 21 & 22, 2010
Location: The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center, 100 Station Ave, Oaks, PA 19456. NOTE: Set your GPS to 1601 Egypt Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460 (Upper Providence Township)
Hours: Friday, 4-8pm/Saturday, 9am-4pm.
Admission: Adults: $6, Youths 12-21: $3, Under 12: free w/Adult, plenty of free parking.
Directions: From PA Turnpike – Exit at Valley Forge and stay to the right. Exit Rt. 202 South (West Chester) Stay in right lane for Rt. 422 West (Pottstown). Exit Rt. 422 at Oaks, left onto Egypt Road, Left at Station Ave. (3rd light), Follow signs for the Expo center. Check the website: for easily downloaded maps.
Miscellaneous: Refreshments available on site.

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