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Food for thought

“The Art of Gardening” was a joint submission by Heather Hinsley and Luda Woodward from the 2011 Edible Book Show & Tea at the Durango Arts Center. The Friends of the Art Library will hold the ninth annual local version of the international edible books festival at 5 p.m. Friday. Participants are invited to create a sculptural book of only edible material for the one-hour show, which includes both display and consumption of the art. The public is invited to view, eat and sip tea in the upstairs library. For more information, call Mary Ellen Long at 259-4363.
Mary Ellen Long’s “Loblolly” included fresh mango as well as more durable edibles such as candy fruit. The Friends of the Art Library will hold the ninth annual local version of the international edible books festival at 5 p.m. Friday. Participants are invited to create a sculptural book of only edible material for the one-hour show, which includes both display and consumption of the art. The public is invited to view, eat and sip tea in the upstairs library. For more information, call Long at 259-4363.

Food for thought

“The Art of Gardening” was a joint submission by Heather Hinsley and Luda Woodward from the 2011 Edible Book Show & Tea at the Durango Arts Center. The Friends of the Art Library will hold the ninth annual local version of the international edible books festival at 5 p.m. Friday. Participants are invited to create a sculptural book of only edible material for the one-hour show, which includes both display and consumption of the art. The public is invited to view, eat and sip tea in the upstairs library. For more information, call Mary Ellen Long at 259-4363.
Mary Ellen Long’s “Loblolly” included fresh mango as well as more durable edibles such as candy fruit. The Friends of the Art Library will hold the ninth annual local version of the international edible books festival at 5 p.m. Friday. Participants are invited to create a sculptural book of only edible material for the one-hour show, which includes both display and consumption of the art. The public is invited to view, eat and sip tea in the upstairs library. For more information, call Long at 259-4363.
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