Shortbread showdown-get ready to draw your cookie cutters!

Baker or qualified shortbread taster, this yummy event will bring out the cookie monster in you.

Join the shortbread showdown as a baker or a taster this Sunday at the Fernie Arts Station.

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Think your cookies are the best? Come see about the rest at the third annual Shortbread Showdown!

Do you have a fantastic shortbread recipe handed down through generations? Or perhaps you have been experimenting with some new ingredients and have come up with a delicious twist on this holiday favorite.

Whatever your secret is, we want your cookies.

Enter a few dozen cookies and see how yours stack up, or come and vote by putting money in the jar in front of your favourite cookie. Cookies are displayed without bakers’ names attached so there is no favourtism.

All money raised will go towards the fundraising efforts for the Youth Public Art Project. Winner gets amazing bragging rights, your name in the paper and on our Facebook page.

Please let us know if you will be entering your delicious baking by Friday, December 21.

Cookie drop-off Sunday, December 22 at noon.

For more info or to register call 250-423-4842 or email info@theartsstation.com.

 

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