Sunday Funday at the Summit Farmers Market - Birthday Cake Contest

Sunday, May 31: 11am

Help us celebrate the Market's 25th year! Amateur bakers are invited to bring their best birthday cake or cupcakes to the Summit Farmers Market by 10:45AM on May 31. Judging begins at 11AM. All cakes must highlight at least one ingredient available at the Market. Cakes/cupcakes will be judged on three categories: cake, frosting/filling/glaze, and appearance. After the cakes are judged, the public will be able to sample them! If entering cupcakes, please bring 6 cupcakes so there’s enough for the public to sample. Cakes must be made from scratch; no mixes or canned ingredients or mixes allowed. Entrants must bring a copy of their recipe to the contest with them. The winners will receive Fun Money to be spent at the market.

 

Walk-in entries are welcome, but pre-registration is encouraged: http://bit.ly/sfmbirthdaycake

Contact Information
  1. Kathryn Best
  2. 9082776101
  3. admin@summitdowntown.org
Sun, May 31
10:00 am — 12:00 pm
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Sunday, May 31: 11am

Help us celebrate the Market's 25th year! Amateur bakers are invited to bring their best birthday cake or cupcakes to the Summit Farmers Market by 10:45AM on May 31. Judging begins at 11AM. All cakes must highlight at least one ingredient available at the Market. Cakes/cupcakes will be judged on three categories: cake, frosting/filling/glaze, and appearance. After the ...

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