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About Us

Celebrating Stories a Family Festival began in 1996 as Milton’s Book Festival for Children. Cindy Lunau, an original member of the planning committees remembers that in the early days of the Festival the event moved locations almost annually. The Festival was first held at the Farm Museum, known today as Country Heritage Park. Subsequent Festivals were held at local secondary or primary schools. In

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Summer Reading List

If you’d like to get acquainted with our authors and their books this summer, here’s a list of books you can read and enjoy with your family. We’d love to hear about your favourite summer reads, so join us on Facebook and let us in on your families favourite stories!   Patricia Storms Never Let You Go Love is holding on tight — and knowing when

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who Should Attend the Festival? For children, parents, grandparents, educators, librarians and anyone else who enjoys children’s literature. Celebrating Stories A Family Festival provides all with a unique opportunity to spend time with authors, illustrators and storytellers. Is there a fee to attend the Festival? Thanks to the support of the Canada Council for the Arts, our local partners and community and business sponsors

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