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September 26, 2012

Edible Art Contest

HAMPTON – Go ahead and play with your food! The Hampton Arts Network Art Walk 2012 is looking for some creative adults and children to create some edible art pieces for the Edible Art Contest.

The Art Walk 2012 will be held on Thurs., October 4, and Fri., October 5, 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. both days. The Edible Art Contest will be held at the gazebo in Marelli’s Square Hampton.

Last year’s contest was incredible. This is a People’s Choice contest with three Place Winners in two categories: Adult and Children. It’s fun and it’s free. Make a family friendly piece of art with anything edible; fruit, bread, cake, meat, candy, the sky’s the limit. Enter in the contest and make a statement with Edible Art.

Contact Karen at shootingstardesign2010@hotmail.com for more information and a registration form.

 

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