FAQ: Do I Need to Register for UntitledTown?

April 27, 2017

Did you say “register?!” For a free event?

Yes. Yes we did.

Well, you don’t need to register, but we here in UntitledTown would like you to.

First, you get a h*ckin’ amazing WRISTBAND.

Plus! You! Get! Discounts! On! Downtown! Eateries!

And did we mention the TROLLEY?

There are a few reasons why we’ll ask you to take a few minutes to register—and yes, it’s free. The most important is that we’re planning more events, and we’d like to invite you to them. The most reliable way for us to reach you is by email. We may also be announcing a surprise pop-up or two during the Festival, and you wouldn’t want to miss out. Registration also helps us collect the hard numbers required for some of our grants. So registering will help us to fund next year’s Festival.

Don’t worry! We will be as vigilant about your privacy as we are about our own.

Where do I go? What do I do?

It’s very simple. At every UntitledTown venue there will be a registration table. We will ask you for your name, your email address, your zip code, and other information. In exchange, you will receive a special wristband that will:

1. Get you on the UntitledTown Trolley
2. Get you a discount at participating eateries and shops. The list will be kept up to date here.
3. Make you part of a group that loves words for at least a weekend!

 


UntitledTown

Downtown Green Bay

April 28-30, 2017

UntitledTown Book and Author Festival will promote all aspects of book culture including movable wood type, the traditional book, graphic novels, and podcasting. Over the course of three days, festival attendees will be able to choose from a long list of readings, discussions, panels, workshops, and other events of interest to writers and to readers held at venues in Downtown Green Bay. The vast majority of these events will be free and open to the public. In addition, there will be a book expo showcasing local, regional, and national publishers and their books.

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