Visitors to the Sheridan library will be eating their words, literally, next week, as part of a special program.
Kevin Knapp said in a release they're holding an edible book contest for which entrants will be asked to create a food item that represents a book or literature, whether in general or in relation to specific works.
The “Eat Your Words” event will be held on Monday night (Oct. 7), from 6-8:30, in The Inner Circle room of the library locate in downtown Sheridan. Organizers say the event serves as a tie-in to the upcoming exhibit, “Key Ingredients; America by Food” that's going up in November.
For the “Eat Your Words” night, Chrysti Smith, whose known as “The Wordsmith,” will give a talk about eating words. That starts at 7. Smith is a nationally-known speaker whose given presentations for the National Organization for Women, the Greater Yellowstone Coalition and the Northwest Archivists Association. She is a professional narrator with credits in television, documentary films, slide presentations, and award-winning public service announcements and radio ads.