An advertisement from the Town of Lakewood.
LAKEWOOD, Washington – The Lakewood Film, Arts, & Book (FAB) Festival runs Friday through Sunday, October 8-10 from 12:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The McGavick Conference Center will host the annual celebration of film, art and books.
The festival is in its ninth year of showcasing award-winning films and fascinating works of art and literature.
FilmFest will screen a total of seven selected films with opportunities for discussion and criticism. The flagship event will be a screening of Sicario: Day of the Soldado Friday October 8 at 6:00 p.m.
Arts Festival will showcase local fine art through a variety of mediums. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet artists to discuss techniques. Participants will be entered in a competition, the winners of which will be announced on Sunday.
Book festival will highlight literature from a range of genres. Many contributing artists will be present to discuss their works, ranging from fascinating fiction to academic titles. True tales from the Puget Strait by CT Ortega is said to be a mystery that turns the pages, and Dementia Home care by Tracy Cram Perkins is a meticulously researched manual for goalies looking for answers. Visitors will have the opportunity to meet some of the authors and discuss the creation process.
The FAB Festival is an independently organized event funded in part by grants from the Town of Lakewood.