Sponsors


2016 Sponsors

The Way Nature Intended - Mercer PA (Website, Facebook)
Tickled, Reflexology - Sharon PA (Facebook)
Granny Pags Stories For Kids (Website, Facebook)
Leana's Books & More - Hermitage & Grove City PA (Website, Facebook)

Yardbird, USA by Jack W. Cline (Website, Facebook)
Peterman Septic Services - Hadley PA
American Legion Post 159 - Mercer PA
Neshannock Woods & Company - Mercer PA (Website, Facebook)




We are still open for 2016 Festival Sponsors
T-shirts have been ordered but we can still include your business info in our giveaway bags and include you on our event brochure and on our website.

Email: staff@westpabookfestival.com

Also, we are accepting raffle baskets from area businesses/organizations.
Email if interested.


Please note: We are not a registered non-profit. This is a community event organized by area authors. The organizers are not making any proceeds from sponsorship money.

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One of the activities for kids that sponsorships will make possible:

100 page design your own cover blank books: $50 will buy 3 dozen!

We will also have draw and design your own bookmarks and all about the author posters to fill out and color.


West PA Book Festival would like to thank its host Mercer Mainstreet for offering space and support during their annual farm market events. If you're in the area, be sure to stop by Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm starting July 9th for fresh farm produce as well as artisans, readings from children's books, music, a children's festival, and more.

Find them on Facebook


Our 2015 Sponsors
Mercer American Legion Post 159
Reese Brothers Trading Post (Facebook)
Leana's Books and More (Website and Facebook)
Courthouse Square Dry Goods Company (Website)


Thank you for helping to support local literacy and local authors! Money raised will go to advertising expenses to help our event grow.

1 comment:

  1. I'm so excited about the 2016 WestPA Book Festival. I love the white books for kids! When I taught 4th grade, all of my students wrote and illustrated their own stories in the "white books." I have run into several of these students, who are now adults, and they still have the books they created as a student! They consider those books - "treasures!"

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