Enter Greenstreet Garden’s Baking Contest and Support the Deale Area Historical Society

If you love to bake then we have the contest for you!

This Sunday, October 6, Greenstreet Gardens is hosting a Baking Contest to help raise money for the Deale Area Historical Society.  Enter your most decadent, homemade  pie, cake, cookies, brownies or cupcakes for the chance to win one of many exciting prizes.

The contest is open to adults and kids. Enter as many categories as you want.  It’s $5 per entry with all proceeds going to the Deale Area Historical Society.

Jessica Rosage, co-owner and pastry chef of Skipper’s Pier, and Megan Di Iorio, owner of Sweet Sue’s Bakeshop, will be on-hand to judge the home baked goodies.

Prizes include:

  • 1st place: $150 gift card for Greenstreet Gardens
  • 2nd place: $100 gift card for Skipper’s Pier
  • 3rd place: $30 gift card for Sweet Sue’s Bake Shop
  • 4th place: $20 gift card for Sweet Sue’s Bake Shop
  • Kids Prize: Ages 8-18; 2 passes for the Weekend Fall Festival at Greenstreet Gardens

Entries may be dropped of between 1 and 2 p.m. on Sunday.  All goodies must be homemade, no store bought. Disposable bakeware is recommended and refrigeration is not available, so plan accordingly. After the judging is finished and the winner’s announced, the baked goods will be sold. Winners need not be present to win.

    Greenstreet Garden's is holding a Baking Contest on Sunday, October 6. All proceeds benefit the Deale Area Historical Society. Picture courtesy Greenstreet Gardens.

Greenstreet Garden’s is holding a Baking Contest on Sunday, October 6. All proceeds benefit the Deale Area Historical Society. Picture courtesy Greenstreet Gardens.

After sampling the cakes, pies and cookies, enjoy Greenstreet Garden’s Fall Festival which runs from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The bake-off is part of Greenstreet Garden’s Maryland Heritage Weekend Celebration scheduled for Saturday, October 5 and Sunday, October 6. In addition to the bake-off, Greenstreet Gardens will have native Maryland plants for sale. In addition, representatives from Jug Bay and the Captain Avery Museum will be on site to talk about their programs.

 

 

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I'm Cynthia Giorgio, co-founding editor of South River Source. I love to write about the people, places, news and events in South County. Send story ideas to cynthia@southriversource.com or call me at 301-906-4767.

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