Special Kinder Matinee Book Fair, Flea Market and Film
Sunday, October 27st 2013, 10:00am to 3:00pm
Goethe-Institut Los Angeles, 5750 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 100, Los Angeles , CA 90036
It’s a tradition – Book Fair is back!
You asked for it – it’s our super special Book Fair Matinee again.
We’re celebrating all you little book worms with another fabulous fun filled Matinee!
Spend a Sunday at the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles with a special Kinder Matinee where it's all about the books! Children’s books mostly and then mounds of books for grown-ups.
Same format as in previous years. We will have a large selection of used and new books, CDs and DVDs at bargain prices and kids are invited to rent a table flea-market style to sell their own toys, books, etc.
We'll serve Ahoi Brause in style and have coffee, cake and fun for young and younger.
The Book Fair and Flea Market starts at 10:00am and books go fast.
At 11:30am we will screen:
Pippi in Taka-Tuka-Land
SV 1970, 90 min., Dir.: Olle Hellbom, starring Inger Nilsson, German
When she learns her sea-faring father has been kidnapped by pirates looking for gold, the fearless Pippi and her pals set sail on a daredevil mission to rescue him from the treacherous Taka-Tuka Island. As the brave trio meets new friends and characters, they also encounter the bloodthirsty buccaneers of the high seas.
A true family classic, don't you know it!
Please donate your gently used kids’ media (books, comics, audiotapes, CD's and DVD’s) to the KINDER MATINEE community-table (Drop off your donations at the Goethe-Institut Los Angeles no later than October 18th 2012)
All proceeds will benefit our Kinder Matinee program.
Or young entrepreneurs -untold riches can be yours! Sell your unwanted toys, games, movies, pokemon and siblings - rent a table for a $ 10,- flat fee!
Please reserve your table by Oct. 21st 2013 via email to:
or call:[masked] for reservations and more info.
Free Admission to the book fair, flea market and film!
1$ validated parking in the building! The parking structure entrance is just past the Goethe Institut.
My family has found great bargains on used German books and DVDs but you have to be there by 10am sharp and bring cash. My 3-year-old son Luca and I love the Pipi movies.