More than four thousand titles provided by 35 editorial houses will be on sale….
MERIDA — With the aim of taking advantage of crowded public spaces such as parks and squares, this weekend, the first Traveling Fair “Libros al Paso de Todos” will start in the emblematic Santa Ana Park as its first venue.
More than four thousand titles provided by 35 publishers will be put on sale during the project that will also include diverse cultural and artistic activities.
The fair will be held on Friday and Saturday September 29 and 30, as well as Sunday October 1, from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The representative of “Leer por Placer”, Josué Morelos Echeverría, reported that this is a plan initiated from past administrations, but due to several factors was not consolidated until now.
He added that this first edition is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Arts and the City of Merida. He added that he believes that it will have great success, since national statistics show that there has been an increase in the public’s reading interest.
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