The 46th annual Rochester Antiquarian Book Fair, the oldest continually running regional antiquarian book fair in the U.S., will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sept. 8 at Main Street Armory, 900 E. Main St., Rochester.
Presented by Rochester Area Booksellers Association, the event features dealers from across the nation. Beyond the rare and antiquarian books, collectors can find secondhand titles of wide breadth and interest, including scholarly texts, prints, maps, photographica and collectible ephemera embracing an equally broad range of subject categories.
The fair represents an opportunity for book and print enthusiasts to converse with numerous professionals in the field all in one place, some of whom do not maintain brick and mortar shops. The diversity of vendors ensures that there is something for everyone, from affordable curiosities to valuable treasures.
Parking is available. Concessions will be available during the fair.
Admission is $5, or free to students with a current ID. Call (585) 265-9295 or visit rochesterbooksellers.com for information.