The Cupcake Challenge is part of the 2013 National Capital Area Cake Show which will be held on April 6 & 7th. The 5th annual NCACS show will be held at Fairfax High School (3501 Rebel Run, Fairfax, VA).
What is a cake show?
A cake show provides a place to celebrate sugar art through wedding and divisional cake competition, live television-style challenges by artists from across the country, children’s activities, and opportunity for attendees to attend demos and cake decorating classes by nationally-recognized instructors.
Come to the show and see lots of amazing cakes– all skill levels are welcome from beginning decorators to national artists. And it is easy to share your skills with the world and enter a cake yourself! Find out more on the main NCACS site.
Here is a peek into some of the events so you can get a taste of what being at the show is like.
The Cake Room. Wedding and divisional cakes of all skill levels. You can even take a tour and find out how decorators and artists complete these yummy displays.
Classes. Take classes with professional decorators from across the US and learn new skills.
Live Challenge. Attend a live television-style cake design challenge. Watch the cakes develop from ideas to completion, participate in Q&A and maybe meet some decorators you have watched on TV!
Shop. Shop with vendors selling tools and toys for cake, chocolate and sugar.
Kids Activities. Engage the kids in fun activities and classes.
There is also a fantastic bake sale, free demos of decorating techniques and new products, and other cake-relates fun. Visit the main NCACS site for more information and ticket information.