The City Reliquary, a charming little museum in Brooklyn, is hosting a bake sale benefit. Care to bake and donate some love? It’s worth it; I donated historic baked goodies two years ago, and it literally launched my career. This author of this blog post and the director of this video both encountered my treats for the first time at this bake sale. Countless other connections have been made, just because I delivered a few cookies to help a great museum.
I wanted to let all of you know about a really fun event to benefit the City Reliquary Museum.
It’s called the Havemeyer Sugar Sweets Festival, a bake sale, baking competition and celebration of baked goods.
When? Saturday, Oct 15 from 10am to 4pm
Where? The City Reliquary, located at 370 Metropolitan Avenue (between Havemeyer and Roebling)
Um, What? The City Reliquary is an all-volunteer museum that celebrates everyday New Yorkers and everyday New York history. The Reliquary hosts rotating exhibitions by local artists, historians and schoolkids; weekly events; education programs; and annual block parties. The Reliquary also collects utterly unique bits of New York history. http://www.cityreliquary.org/
How Can I Help?
1. Donate Baked Goods!
We are looking for bakers and sweets-makers (you!) to donate their fresh-baked yummies to the Festival.
Cookies, cupcakes, brownies, bars, tarts, quick breads…any fresh baked treat is welcome. All proceeds will go toward the City Reliquary.
2. Enter The Best Baked Goods competition!
Are you the city’s best home baker? Strut your stuff! We will be determining the:
- Best Cookie
- Best Brownie/bar
- Best Cupcake
- Most New York baked good
A team of professional bakers will judge your treats. We will award great prizes to all winners. Please be sure to bring enough treats to enter the competition and to sell.
3. Come and pig out!. There will be plenty of treats to try!