The Ferguson Library’s South End Branch at Stamford, Connecticut, is celebrating its 10th annoual Haitian Book & Art Festival on Saturday, October 10 from 1 – 7 p.m. The festival features hundreds of titles in English, French and Haitian Creole, visits by prominent Haitian writers and artists, and live music and poetry. Special guests include Professor Max Manigat, author and member of the national board of Sosyete Koukouy, writer and journalist Jan J.Dominique, singer and poet Ti Bob, storyteller, caricaturist and painter Charlot Lucien, and folk singer Jocelyne Dorismé. All ages are welcome. The Festival is presented by the Haitian-American Professionals Association of Connecticut, Inc. (HAPAC), The Ferguson Library South End Branch, and CTE, Inc. The South End Branch is located at 34 Woodland Avenue in Stamford. For more information call 203 351-8280.