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Federation Square Book Market

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November 3, 2012
11:00 am

Melburnian book lovers, get some sun for a second and insightful words every Saturday at Federation Square.

There’s many new, pre-loved and special books at The Atrium, over 5000 titles to pick and choose from, and plenty of suntime (fingers crossed) to do it in. All the best in finding those elusive gems you’ve been unsuccessfully looking for at other stores, may the book fairy be with you and guide your hand…

There’s around 15 old hands of knowledge, specialising in books and smarts of gardening, history, photography and art, so go have a chat, socialise and mix, go talk books, then go back home with your new treasures to plunk back down until Saturday next week.

WHEN: Every Saturday, 11.00am – 5.00pm
WHERE: The Atrium @ Federation Square, 2 Swanston St Walk, Melbourne
WEB: http://www.fedsquare.com/events/fed-square-book-market/


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