Are you witty? Are you creative? Do you love books? Do you love food?
If you answer yes to any of those questions or you just love a good pun consider entering the `12th Edible Books Contest at Albright College’s Gingrich Library. The Edible Books Contest was created by Judith A Hoffberg and Beatrice Coron. Their inspiration was a lunch with artists during Thanksgiving ( Books2eat.com).
You don’t need to be a master chef to enter the contest. Entries will be considered for the following categories: Best in Show, Most Creative/Best Visual Presentation,Most Likely to be Eaten,Funniest/Punniest, Most Literary and the People’s Choice. The People’s Choice is the fan favorite. Everyone can vote in the People’s Choice! Prizes are awarded to each winning entry! If you’d like more information about the contest see our website at : Edible Books
For inspiration or to view last year’s entries see: Edible Books 2016
Entry forms can be found at the website and at the circulation desk of the library. For questions please see Lindsay Sakmann Instruction and Outreach Services Librarian
“Books2eat.” Books2eat – Home • Accueil. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Mar. 2017
Albrightians! How would you feel about the Gingrich Library hosting a game night? Would you be interested? What games would you like to see offered?
The Gingrich Library is looking to try a game night. Before we launch this possible event we need your feedback!
Tell us your thoughts by clicking on the link below.
Game Night Survey
Or fill out the paper survey located on the study tables on the first floor of the library and the circulation desk. When you are finished with the survey please return it to the circulation desk.
Welcome Back Albrightians! While you were enjoying a restful break the first floor of the Gingrich Library underwent a sprucing up! The Gingrich Library received new carpet, paint and artwork. A few pieces of furniture were rearranged as well. Instead of having a sofa outside of the librarians’ offices we have now moved it to our new conversation pit! The conversation pit is a place to relax and chat with your friends or enjoy a good book! Stop in this week to see the spruced up first floor!
Thank you to all who joined the Gingrich Library last night for our ” Dia De Los Muertos Study Break”! Students were treated to hot chocolate and cookies. Calavera ( Sugar Skull) coloring sheets were available. Thanks to you the Gingrich Library is now ready for the day of the Dead on 11/1/16. Those who colored the Calaveras were invited to post them on our wall for a chance to win a $10 Weis giftcard! Special thanks to Dining Services,Karen Jogan and the Department of Modern Foreign Languages!
For more information about what the Day of the Dead is and where it is celebrated please see: http://www.unm.edu/~htafoya/dayofthedead.html