Library hosts mac and cheese cook-off, offers more fun activities.

February 5, 2017
Kristina Cechura, (center) took first place in the Hesperia Community Library's macaroni and cheese cook-off. Dawn Haase took second place, and third place went to Justin Riley.

Kristina Cechura, (center) took first place in the Hesperia Community Library’s macaroni and cheese cook-off. Dawn Haase took second place, and third place went to Justin Riley.

Library hosts mac and cheese cook-off, offers more fun activities.

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HESPERIA — The winners of the Hesperia Community Library’s Comfort Food Cook-Off Saturday, Jan. 21, include: first prize, $30, Kristina Cechura, “Kickin’ Macaroni and Cheese”; second place, $20, Dawn Haase, Greek Macaroni and Cheese; and third place, $10, Justin Riley, Terry Crew’s “Mac & Jeezy.”

Board game night:
Kids and adults have the chance to play some board or card games at the library every Tuesday in February from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Leave the computers, tablets and phones at home. This is your chance to play Giant Jenga, Clue, Apples to Apples and other games. The library provides some games but participants are welcome to bring games, too. No reservations are needed to participate. Minors will need to be accompanied by an adult.

Book sale:
The library is also having its Friends of the Library Book Sale open until Feb. 17. The library has many great titles in great condition for children and adults. Paperbacks are 50 cents, and hardbacks are $1. The library also has for sale a fine collection of hand puppets, a DDR footpad, a Christmas tree and décor, as well as an overhead projector.

Reading contest:
The library’s “Let It Snow” adult reading contest is currently in progress. Hesperia Library patrons can still enter to win prizes. Final prizes are gift cards to Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

Friends of the Library:
All programs are sponsored by the Friends of the Library. They are always working to support family-friendly programming at the library. If you’re interested in joining, stop in the library, it’s a great way to support reading in your community.

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