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Enjoy Some Sweet Treats With BarnLib Tomorrow

Sprinkles and love in LeFrak every night

Sprinkles and love in LeFrak every night

It’s no secret that Bwog hearts BarnLib, and we’re super excited about their event in LeFrak tomorrow starting at 6 PM. (aka 24 hours from now!) The BarnLib babes will be whipping up some Millie the Bear-shaped cookies for students to decorate and munch on to brighten up their Monday night. The event will have cookies catering to all types of dietary restrictions, including Kosher, gluten-free, nut-free, and vegan cookies. A huge shout-out to BarnLibrarian Charlotte Price for embracing her Great British Bake-off and coming up with all of these special recipes.

Bonus: we’ve heard through the grapevine that a limited number of 3D printed Millie the Bear cookie cutters will be given out to some lucky students! BarnLib also has some fun new swag to share. See you there!

Photo via the event Facebook page

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