Before the Autograph and Photograph Event on Friday, the Forever Twilight in Forks (FTF) committee had a group photo taken with actors Billie Burke and Erik Odom. From left are Teresa Aldrich, Shannon Damron, Rob Hunter, Burke, Lissy Andros, Kelly Grable, Odom and Kim DeMaria. (Christi Baron/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Before the Autograph and Photograph Event on Friday, the Forever Twilight in Forks (FTF) committee had a group photo taken with actors Billie Burke and Erik Odom. From left are Teresa Aldrich, Shannon Damron, Rob Hunter, Burke, Lissy Andros, Kelly Grable, Odom and Kim DeMaria. (Christi Baron/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Forever fans in Forks

Before the Autograph and Photograph Event on Friday, the Forever Twilight in Forks (FTF) committee had a group photo taken with actors Billie Burke and Erik Odom. From left are Teresa Aldrich, Shannon Damron, Rob Hunter, Burke, Lissy Andros, Kelly Grable, Odom and Kim DeMaria. The festival continues today and Sunday. It highlights the town in which author Stephenie Meyer set her four novels released from 2005 through 2008, about a romance between 17-year-old Isabella Swan, a mortal, and 104-year-old vampire Edward Cullen — all of which spawned five movies.

Maggie Grace, who played Irina in both Breaking Dawn movies, greets one of the 400 Very Important Twilighters (VITs) who each got one photo with each of the three actors as well as one item autographed. (Christi Baron/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

Maggie Grace, who played Irina in both Breaking Dawn movies, greets one of the 400 Very Important Twilighters (VITs) who each got one photo with each of the three actors as well as one item autographed. (Christi Baron/Olympic Peninsula News Group)

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