This Friday, April 26 is Bake Olympia, a food blogger bake sale to fight hunger. Located at the Make Olympia Street Market at the Arts Walk at 5th Avenue & Franklin from 4 p.m.-10 p.m., this second annual event was a success last year, bringing in $500 for the Thurston County Food Bank. This year, the event will benefit GRuB (Garden-Raised Bounty), which builds backyard and community gardens for low-income individuals and families, which is a pretty cool concept!
This year’s bakers include:
Liz, Real Food NW
Kelli, Fresh Scratch
Rebecca and Caryn, She & She Gluten Free
Christine Ciancetta, Beth Storey, Katie Hurley, Bayview School of Cooking
Loretta Seppanen, Slow Food Greater Olympia
Jenni, The Plum Palate
Read more about Bake Olympia over at The Plum Palate and stop by for some goodies and to support a great cause!
Friday, April 26
4:00 – 10:00 p.m.
Make Olympia street market, located on 5th Avenue, between Franklin and Adams
(same block as Rainy Day Records and Oly Vegan)