The Friends of the Library announces their February program, a chocolate cookoff preceding what promises to be an interesting presentation on the history and heritage of rural Georgia churches. Details below:
Enter the Chocolate Cook-off
Do you love to bake? Are you crazy about chocolate? Do you have a favorite dessert that contains chocolate?
Now is your chance to be the Grand Winner of the Tattnall County Library’s first-ever Chocolate Cook-off. We’re calling the event “Chocolate Heaven.” Come celebrate Valentine’s Day, our community, and the glory of chocolate at our local library!
All you have to do is bring a chocolate dessert to the library by 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9. A panel of judges will choose the very best chocolate dish. That evening, after the program on Historic Rural Churches of Georgia, the chocolate entries will be available for sampling as refreshments for the event. Coffee will be served.
So there are two things to do. First, plan what chocolate dish you want to use to delight and impress all of us. Then, prepare it and bring it to the library on Feb. 9. And attend the fabulous talk planned for that evening in order to see all the desserts and try the impressive desserts of others.
If you are going to enter a dish (and please do), call Stephanie at the library at 557-6247. Or call Friends of the Library, which is sponsoring the program, at 557-1053. We will let you know the three simple rules for the Chocolate Cook-off.
And tell your friends! We want all our great bakers to enter.