Cast Iron Chef Charity Competition
presented by a-la-cARTe and Bay-Arenac ISD Culinary Program
September 18, 2013
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By: Mary Ruthko
As part of the new Great Lakes Bay Region festival, Fall In...Art and Sol, members of a-la-cARTe, Bay City's non-profit arts and culture collaborative, will face off in a two day competition you won't want to miss! Bay City's first annual Cast Iron Chef Charity Competition will take place Saturday-Sunday, October 12-13.
Each of a-la-cARTe's eight organizations will have a three member team paired with a student from the Bay-Arenac ISD Culinary Program. Teams will compete (schedule below) on Saturday, October 12 with the winners of each round competing in the championship round on Sunday, October 13 at 5 pm at the State Theatre.
Admission to the preliminaries is free. Admission to the championships, featuring a chance to win one of eight fabulous raffle prizes, food samples and more, is $10 per person or $5 with a non-perishable food item. Teams will have to create a dish...with a surprise twist!
Preliminary round schedule:
Bay County Historical Society vs Bay City Players
at Studio 23 (901 N. Water St., Bay City)
State Theatre vs Bay County Library System
at the Bay County Historical Museum (321 Washington Ave., Bay City)
Studio 23 vs Delta College Planetarium
at Bay City Players (1214 Columbus Ave, Bay City)
Bay Concert Band vs Bay Arts Council
at Delta College Planetarium (100 Center St., Bay City)
Proceeds support the Bay-Arenac ISD Culinary Program and a-la-cARTe (Bay Arts Council, Bay City Players, Bay Concert Band, Bay County Historical Society and Museum, Bay County Library System, Delta College Planetarium, State Theater and Studio 23/The Arts Center). Food item donations will go to a local food pantry. Please visit www.statetheatrebaycity.com
for more information. Connect to a-la-cARTe at www.whatsnextbaycity.org
Mary Penn currently serves as Marketing Manager for the Bay County Library System.
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