Throughout the Block 8, the library has had a coloring station set for all to enjoy. Many of you came through and colored to your hearts content. During this time the library held a coloring contest for those who wished to enter. We had several entries to the contest, but there was only one winner. We would like to thank Professor Bodary for being our judge for the contest. Congratulations to the winner and honorable mentions!
A different way to devour your favorite book!
The Thomas J. Garland Library is proud to hold our annual Edible Book Festival on Monday, April 18th, 2016 in Library Room 206. Tusculum students, faculty, staff and their immediate family members are invited to enter the festival.
Entering is easy. Create a edible representation of a book or literary character, then bring it by before noon on April 18th to Library room 206. All entries MUST be made entirely of edible materials.
What is an Edible Book?
Edible books are made of food (everything must be edible) and inspired by books titles, authors or characters. Be creative! If you need inspiration, check out our Facebook page for pictures from previous years.
Entries must be dropped off at the library by 12pm on Monday, April 18th.
Voting categories are:
- Most book-like
- Most Creative
- Overall Favorite
Voting will begin after 12pm and last all day. Winners are chosen by popular vote, so make sure to come by and vote for your favorites! Each person can submit only one vote per category.
Winners will be announced at 11:45am on April 19th. Afterward, the entries will be available for sampling.
For more information, contact the library at (423)636-7320, Ext. 5320 or via email (email@example.com).
Dr. Angela Frye Keaton earned her Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville in 2006 after completing her dissertation entitled, “Unholstered and Unquestioned: The Rise of Post-World War II American Gun Cultures.” Read the rest of this entry »