Baking & Sweets 2015
Take a Sweet Tour and meet Wedding Opera members Simply Frosted Cupcakery at Canada’s Baking & Sweets Show from September 25th-27th at the Toronto Congress Centre (650 Dixon Road) with the theme of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory!
Simply Frosted Cupcakery recently named #2 Bakery in Toronto by BlogTO will be showcasing their talents and can be found at booth #612.
With several inspiring themed zones, special guests, demonstrations and hands-on classes, Canada’s Baking and Sweets Show offers an array of things to explore, discover and buy for Thanksgiving, Halloween, the holiday season, weddings, birthdays, dinner parties, intimate dinners or just to satisfy a sweet-tooth.
The family zone helps children develop and share their passion for baking, while the Canadian Talent Showcase competitions, highlight this same ardor for both master chefs and passionate bakers.
Since its inception in 2011, Canada’s Baking and Sweets Show has supported undiscovered Canadian talent and continues to bring some of the best and most skilled bakers in the country under one roof.
Celebrity guests to this year’s event include the Ace of Cakes Duff Goldman; Canadian celebrity chef Anna Olson; nationally acclaimed pastry chef from Chicago, Gale Gand; as well as cake and confection designer Sweetapolita. Visitors to Canada’s Baking and Sweets Show can expect to see the most delectable and hottest trends as well as products from exhibitors in a range of categories including baking, sweets and confectionary, coffee and tea, kitchenware and pain relief. Back by popular demand is the Virgin Ice Baking Academy, created for people with a passion for baking, who are looking for inspiration. One-hour demonstrations are available as well as two-and-a-half hour hands-on classes.
Canada’s Baking and Sweets Show, now in its fifth year, is North America’s first and largest show dedicated to everything baked and sweet. It is presented by Redpath Sugar and is sponsored by Fleischmann’s and Virgin Ice. Show hours: Friday, September 25 – 11am to 9pm; Saturday, September 26 – 10am to 6pm; and Sunday, September 27 – 10am to 6pm. Admission: One day – $20 adult, $12 senior (65+) and student (13-17); Friday show special, $6 for students and teachers with valid identification; three-day pass – $40. Visitors can save $2 off their admission when buying tickets online. For more information, visit canadasbakingandsweetsshow.com.
Will we see you there?