35th annual Florida Antiquarian Book Fair, March 11-13, 2016
The Florida Antiquarian Book Fair is the oldest and largest fair of its kind in the Southeastern United States. The 35th annual Book Fair will be presented in St. Petersburg's Historic Coliseum,  March 11-13, 2016. The Book Fair features dealers in books of every age and subject matter, antique maps, prints, autographs, ephemera and more. You can follow us on the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair Blog and on our Facebook event page. You can learn more about the three decades of book fair history in the FABA Museum.

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For information about about the book fair, call book fair manager Sarah Smith, (727) 234-7759.
Advertise in the 2016 Florida Antiquarian Book Fair program. Get information.
WUSF Radio, St. Petersburg Public Library,
Bright House co-sponsor the book fair
WUSF, Bright House Networks

The Florida Antiquarian Book Fair is hosted by the Florida Antiquarian Booksellers Association. Its co-sponsors are St. Petersburg Public Library, Bright House Networks and WUSF  89.7 Radio. Sherry L. Hood, media sales executive at WUSF, says the station feels the book fair is a worthwhile community event to help co-sponsor. It appeals to many of the people who listen to the radio station for book reviews and features on history and education.


 FOR EXHIBITORS 

Become an Exhibitor
If you are an antiquarian bookseller, you have an opportunity to exhibit at the Florida Antiquarian Book Fair. Each year, a limited number of spaces become available. To learn more about exhibiting at the Book Fair, please send an email to manager Sarah Smith at FloridaBookFair@gmail.com, with your business information and areas of specialty. | For Exhibitors

 FOR FAIRGOERS 

Hours and admission
Friday, March 11, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Admission $10 (3-day Pass, Good for Weekend)
Saturday, March 12, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m Daily admission $6
Sunday, March 13, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Daily admission $6
Free Admission for Children under 12 and for students with ID. Free Parking.
Download last year's program
Buy tickets online. Check this space closer to the event.