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Spring in to action

March 7, 2014

A portion of the Marshmallow Peepshow flyer shows ideas from movies and books to help participants think of their own creations. (Flyer provided by ACPDL)

Spring may not seem like it is right around the corner, but believe it or not it is quickly approaching. With the weather hopefully taking a turn toward warmer temperatures soon the community is prepping to offer many events to help entertain and excite.

One of those events happens to be marshmallow themed. The Auglaize County Public District Library will be running an art "Marshmallow Peepshow". The idea is to make a diorama depicting a favorite scene from film, literature, television or art using Peeps as the stars of the creation.

According to Karie Maurer-Enneking, Youth Services Coordinator at the library the idea for this event is to engage participants of any age to re-imagine a classic scene from a book, television show, movie or piece of artwork in a creative and visionary way.

"To turn something that has been prepared and presented to them creatively considered and reinterpreted into marshmallow art is a fun challenge for anyone," Maurer-Enneking said. "Imagine the possibilities!"

For the full story, see the Saturday, March 8 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
 

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