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Advocate file photo by ANGELA MAJOR -- Visitors browse through books during the Livingston Parish Library’s Book Festival in 2014.

Livingston Parish Library will hold its third annual book festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7, at the Main Branch in Livingston.

The outdoor stage features music for all ages from The Regg Sanders Jazz Trio, The Kentucky Sisters, Chris Shipp and library band The Dewey Decibels.

Authors Alley features local authors and a presentation by local author and Southeastern Louisiana University professor David Armand. Attendees will receive a free book while supplies last.

The event also will include performances from storyteller Oneal Isaac, bouncy houses, a petting zoo, face painting, original puppet shows and crafts. There will be crafts, trivia, henna tattoos and video games for teens.

The festival will feature a Maker Tent with screen printing, button making, leather working, papier mâché and other activities.

Local vendors will sell jambalaya, sno-balls and other foods and snacks.

Visit mylpl.info/bookfestival for a full schedule of events and parking information.