ACW Mini Book Fair @ Art Walks Sign-up Form
Saranac Lake Art Walks showcase visual, performing, and literary arts. That spirit endures and this free, self-guided event continues to celebrate the creative talent of artist from around the region. The galleries are open and there's music in the street. It's an event that's truly Saranac Lake.

ACW has long been the representative for the literary arts in the region, and we want to create an opportunity for locals and visitors to engage with local writers. Our goal is to get everyone excited about the written and spoken arts!

ACW will have a new writing prompt on our chalkboard for anyone with something to say and a table with a representation of 4-6 local writers with work for sale and open to discussion on writing and reading. We’re also planning to invite book clubs and writing groups who are seeking members to provide information, which can often be tough to find, especially for those new in the community.

We will set up a table below our office at 52 Main Street, on the corner of the parking lot next to the tree/Artist’s Guild entrance. In case of bad weather we will be in our office on the 2nd floor.

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Dates & Availability
Any current ACW Member with written work is invited to bring their written work to promote and sell. We have room for 6 spaces at each event. You can choose one, or several dates. You will be guaranteed one date, and will be waitlisted for the others you select. If we still have spaces for your other dates, we'll let you know and would love to have you join!
June 21, July 19*, August 16, September 20. *July 19 is full, all other dates are still available.
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