VENUE COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS
Capacity at this venue is limited to 125 attendees. Early arrival is strongly encouraged.
Masks are strongly encouraged for all individuals in this venue, regardless of vaccination status.
Address & Contact Info
201 e Market Street, Charlottesville, VA 22902, United States
Ramp to main entrance, a few feet from street street parking; hand button to open double doors. Handicap accessible restrooms.
Omni Parking Garage, Market Street Garage, Water Street Garage, various public parking lots and street parking.
Events at this venue
Meet Tracey Livesay during this informal salon and discuss her novel “American Royalty,” inspired by the love story of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
Mary Alice Hostetter’s “Plain: A Memoir of Mennonite Girlhood” is the story of a woman’s journey to define a sense of authenticity amid a rigid upbringing in a Mennonite farm family.
Join bestselling author and tarot deck creator Sasha Graham as she teaches you how to use tarot and magical practice for all aspects of your writing journey.
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library is back to host its annual book swap at the Virginia Festival of the Book.
Join authors E.A. Aymar, Gabino Iglesias, and Deanna Raybourn for an afternoon of thrillers.
Children’s book authors Andrea Beatriz Arango and Meg Medina meet for a conversation about what it means to write the books they wanted to read in their youth.
In this panel, poets Quan Barry, Thorpe Moeckel, and Lisa Russ Spaar discuss their forays into prose.
These memoirs from VA professors Sofia Samatar and Matthew Vollmer explore how family, history, and religion shape our backgrounds.