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Briggs Lawrence libraries hosting holiday recipe classes

Published 11:03am Friday, November 15, 2013

It takes a few things to host a good holiday soiree — good music, good friends and of course, good dip.

The Briggs Lawrence County Library will have a recipe class to help partygoers and hosts with whipping up the perfect dipping sauce.

“We are going to be hosting a little recipe class,” Alda Wagner librarian, said. “We’ll teach people how to make various types of dips and let them sample each one to see if its something they’d want to make at home.”

The library will host two of these “Dips For the Holidays” classes. The first is at 2 p.m. Monday at the South Point branch. The second class will occur at 2 p.m. on Dec. 6 at the Proctorville branch. “People are always concerned with what to take to a party,” said Wagner. “Well, we are going to try and answer that with this program.”

Everyone interested in coming is invited to bring family and friends. For more information on the recipe class or other upcoming events hosted by Briggs Lawrence County Library visit

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