LENOX, Mass. — The Peeps department at Ventfort Hall Mansion and Gilded Age Museum announces the 2017 Lenox Peep Show.
Peeps of all ages are invited to make a diorama based on their favorite book or story. Dioramas are to be created out of your favorite Peeps treats. Extra credit may be given to those who deftly use puns in the concept or title. Contest entry forms/rules are available at Ventfort Hall or on the website.
All entries must be delivered to Ventfort Hall, 104 Walker St., Lenox, before 3 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5. Contest entry forms/rules are available at Ventfort Hall and select merchant locations in Lenox and the Lenox Chamber office. You can also e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and request an entry form be sent to you.
Individuals and groups are encouraged to participate. Contest categories include: Children to age 12 (submitted with a parent or guardian), Teens ages 13 to 18 and Adults 19+. Group categories include Families and Business/Organizations. First, second and third prize ribbons will be awarded in all categories. Attend the public unveiling and vote for your favorite Peeps diorama on Saturday, April 8, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Ventfort Hall. The Peeples Choice Ribbon will be given to the best diorama overall determined by popular vote of those attending the unveiling.
Dioramas will be displayed at various locations throughout Lenox from April 10-15.
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