Check out the photo gallery online. Winners were:
• People’s Choice – The Secret Life of Bees, by Melissa Platkowski
• Biggest Wow Factor – Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, by Jeanne Heuer
• Best Interpretation of a Title – Egg & Nest, by Deb Strelka
• Most Likely to Be Eaten – 1000 Splendid Suns, by Renee Ettinger
• “Punniest” – Farewell to Arms, by Paula Ganyard
Are you a “foodie”? Do you like to read? Then the Edible Book Fest is for you. The Cofrin Library will hold its second annual Edible Book Fest from noon to 2 p.m. Monday (April 15) on the Library’s 3rd floor. Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: People’s Choice, Biggest Wow Factor, Best Interpretation of a Tile, “Punniest,” and Most Likely to Be Eaten. This year organizers are partnering with the Student Government Association to raffle off the edible entries. Tickets are $1 a piece or 10 tickets for $5. All proceeds will go to a local food pantry. Need some inspiration? Check out photos from last year’s event.
Love books? Handy in the kitchen? Then register to bring an edible book to the Cofrin Library’s Edible Book Fest on Monday, April 15th! To register or to find out more about Edible Book Fest check out: http://libguides.uwgb.edu/EdibleBooks. Enter our raffle for a chance to win an edible book! Stop by the Cofrin Library 3rd floor on Monday, April 15th between 12-2 p.m. to view the entries in this year’s Edible Book Fest and enter for a chance to win a treat to take back to the office or home. Raffle tickets are 1 for $1 or 10 for $5. All proceeds go to a local food pantry. Raffle sponsored by Student Government Association.
As we told you the other day, the Cofrin Library celebrated its 40th anniversary in delicious style Monday (Feb. 27), hosting its first-ever Edible Book Fest. From loyal re-creations to pun-y and artistic takes, exhibitors did an amazing — and appetizing — job showcasing favorite works. With the creative confections long since consumed, here’s a video recap of the fun and festive eats.
Eat the Books! Help the Cofrin Library celebrate 40 years of service with its very first Edible Book Festival. The staff informs us that on Monday Feb. 27, from noon to 2 p.m., “We will host a very unusual book display on the library’s third floor — all of the books will be completely edible. You can participate by entering your own book creation or by stopping by the library to fill out a ballot and taste the books.” For more information or to register to make an edible book click here or contact Renee Ettinger.