Vancouver Baker's Market 2011

Dec 19 2017, 5:10 am

If you have a “sweet tooth”, this is the place for you. You’ll find talented budding, professional or home bakers selling freshly baked artisanal breads, German pretzels, French macarons, croissants, gourmet cookies, hand made chocolates, brownies, Belgian Liege waffles, cupcakes, cake pops, scones, organic muffins, gluten-free, vegan baked goods, preserves, tarts and much more!

It is a gathering of professional, amateur, student & Mommy bakers who get together to buy and sell their baked goods to the community. Inspired by farmers markets, just lots of sweet & savoury baked goodies.

  • WHERE: Moberly Arts & Cultural Centre, 7646 Prince Albert Street, (2 blocks east of Fraser St. at East 60th), Vancouver
  • The Baker’s Market takes place indoors with lots of free parking too.
  • WHEN: Saturdays, October 1 – December 10, 2011. 11 am – 3 pm.
  • Closed on Oct. 22 & Nov. 19.

Special market dates to note:

October 15 – Bake for a Cure for Breast Cancer. Dress in Pink to support Breast Cancer! Normally they don’t charge admission, but for this day, they are asking for $1 admission per adult. All of the money will be donated to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. As well, many bakers will be featuring Pink Ribbon baked goods and generously donating a portion of their sales towards this cause.

October 29 – Halloween – Dress up in your spookiest costumes. Lots of wickedly sweet treats for all. Little ones can come “trick-or-treating” here.

Nov. 20 (please note: this is a Sunday) – 2nd Annual Cupcake Eating Contest – After witnessing the team spirit and wild & fun nature of some Vancouverites at last year’s contest, they are thrilled to host this event again.

Dec. 3 & 10 – Make your list and check it twice….you’ll find lots of holiday cookies, cakes, pies, cupcakes and much more. If you wrap it up really nicely, you can even say that you baked it yourself…we won’t tell!

If you would like to be a vendor at the Baker’s Market, please see to sign-up, if there is still space left.

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