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Geannina Gutierrez (left), of Oddly Cute, sells a sticker to keynote speaker Scott Kenemore on Saturday, March 9, during the Frankfort Public Library District’s Fan Fest. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Frankfort resident Glenn Schifferer shows off his copy of “Albert the Alien,” autographed by author Trevor A. Mueller, on Saturday, March 9, during the Frankfort Public Library District’s Fan Fest.
Aaron Rohde (left), of Evanston, and Ash Holohan, of Lombard, browse items available for purchase at the event.
Trevor A. Mueller (left) and Gene Ha host a zombie drawing workshop.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
2:19 am CDT March 15, 2019

The Frankfort Public Library District always offers resources to feed its patrons’ curious minds and on Saturday, March 9, it hosted an event focused on those who feast on brains: zombies.

Art lessons, trivia games, and a keynote talk about the evolution of modern zombies were among the activities enjoyed by attendees at the library district’s Fan Fest. Raffles, ran by Friends of the Frankfort Public Library District, added to the fun and some lucky winners even received passes to the Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo, or C2E2, later this month.