Ninth Annual Library Peeps® Show Returns

Ninth Annual Library Peeps® Show Returns

Spring is here and we’re excited for MPL’s 9th Annual Peeps® Diorama Contest! We’re all digital again this year and our theme of “New Beginnings” celebrates the anticipation and joy of spring. Let your love of marshmallow candy blend with your passion for literature when you create a shoebox sized diorama using Peeps® candy to showcase a literary allusion or theme.

 

Winners of all age categories and the “Peeple’s Choice” award get a $10 Missoula Downtown Association gift card. The contest kicks off on April 5 and submissions end on April 21. Participants are asked to submit pictures of their creations with Peeps Diorama Entry in the subject line to: dioramas4mpl@gmail.com. Winners will be announced on our website and social media on April 30. Standard shoeboxes only please. All ages are welcome to participate.

 

>>For a full list of rules and to view entries, please visit our Peeps Contest web page

Date

Apr 30 2021

Location

Virtual Event

April 2021

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