Collins Memorial Library

Edible Book Festival 2013

Edible Books Poster

Monday, April 1, 2013
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Tacoma Weekly's Article!

View 2013 entries!

Show Hours: 11 am-4 p.m.
Entry Drop-Off: Between 8-11 a.m.
People's Choice Voting: until 3:30 p.m.
Awards Ceremony: 3:30-4 p.m. (Light refreshments will be served)

Free to enter! No registration required.
Collins Memorial Library
University of Puget Sound, near corner of N. 18th St. and N. Warner St.
TACOMA, WA
(Campus Parking Map)

For the seventh year, Collins Memorial Library participates in the INTERNATIONAL EDIBLE BOOK FESTIVAL. There are few restrictions in creating an edible book--namely that it's made of food and is inspired by a book. Past entries included such delicious titles as: Life of Pi(e), The Black Scallion (The Black Stallion), and The Wizard of Paws (The Wizard of Oz).  

CAMPUS PARTNERS:

Social Justice Department:
Collins Library is partnering with JuST at Puget Sound.
We invite participants and visitors to donate a canned food item for a special one-day food drive for St. Leo's Food Connections!

Pi Beta Phi Fraternity:
Collins is also partnering with the University of Puget Sound Chapter of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women
- dedicated to philanthropic and community service efforts that will remove the barrier of illiteracy. Pi Beta Phi also partners with the Literacy Foundation, an international non-profit organization whose mission includes providing children from low-income families the opportunity to read and own their first books.

Dining Conference Services

Bookstore

This year's judges include: William Jolly, Culinary Arts instructor at Clover Park Technical College, Toria Messenger, Puget Sound student and library employee and Tammy Smith, Senior Facilities Planner and Designer

Categories: "Most Humorous," "Most Creative," "Most Beautiful", "Most Delicious," "Most Nutritious", "Most Literary," "People's Choice", "Creeps Me Out", "Emerging Book Artist" "Most Effort", and "Best Student Entry."  


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READ THE NEWS TRIBUNE BLOG ARTICLE! 

For more information:
Jamie Spaine, Collins Library.

For ideas see the following web sites:
Collins Library Edible Book Festival 2012
Collins Library Edible Book Festival 2011
Collins Library Edible Book Festival 2010
Collins Library Edible Book Festival 2009
Collins Library Edible Book Festival 2008
Collins Library Edible Book Festival 2007
Seattle "Cook the Books"
International Festival Pages (books2eat.com)