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Mid-Winter Edible Book & Tea Party

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Mid-Winter Edible Book & Tea Party

Time: January 19, 2019 from 2pm to 4pm
Location: Mitchell Library
Street: 37 Harrison Street
City/Town: New Haven
Phone: (203) 946-8117
Event Type: book
Organized By: New Haven Free Public Library
Latest Activity: Jan 18, 2019

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For readers and eaters of all ages! From 2-3 pm drop off your Edible Book and enjoy book-related crafts and from 3-4 pm will be the Edible Book tasting and Tea. Edible books are made of food, and look like a book or something related to a book title, plot or characters. Edible books can be sweet or savory, let your imagination run wild in the kitchen! 

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