Food and community go hand in hand. Some live to eat and others eat to live, but no matter the reasoning, food ties people together.
Contribute your food stories to the Center for Book & Print’s community project: Waterville Food Stories!
Be as creative as you want and submit a variety of materials such as:
Submissions: If you would like to contribute to the cookbook, please do so by April 1st.
Materials can be sent to [email protected] in PDF format.
Or come to the Center for Book & Print on Fridays from 10am–5pm and we will walk you through the process of designing your very own food-related risograph print which will be included in the cookbook. Bring any materials you’d like to work with such as recipes, photographs, art, and even receipts.
Using all submissions, the project will culminate in a comprehensive and reimagined community cookbook.
Join the Center for Book & Print on April 13 at 5pm for a workshop to make your very own version of the cookbook. All materials will be provided.