Show Me Sweets Edible Art Show

Saturday, July 13, 2019
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Sunday, July 14, 2019
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Does your child love baking and decorating? Do they think they are the Next Great Baker? Do they love watching cake decorating shows on Netflix or Food Network? Come and see industry celebrities who have been on Cake Wars, Cupcake Wars, Sugar Rush, Nailed It and more!

The Show Me Sweets Edible Art Show brings the fun of a cake, cookie and candy expo to the Midwest. This two-day event includes as-seen-on-TV celebrity cake artists, edible art demonstrations and competition, cupcake decorating for children, hands-on learning classes, booths with local and worldwide industry vendors and suppliers, live Cake Battles, Sweet Taste Competition and more. Children have free admission! Young children must be accompanied by a paying adult. 

Children up to age 12 can compete for free in the decorated cupcake competition. They can also decorate a cupcake to eat on site or bring home for later. Participate in the Little Baker Fashion Show for added fun!

The Show Me Sweets Edible Art Show will be held July 13 and 14 from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the St. Charles Convention Center. General admission for adults is $13.95 for a one-day pass and $24.50 for a weekend pass. Children are free with a paying adult. 

More information and tickets: showmesweets.com

 

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