Friday, September 18, 2009

Cakes for Cause: Woo Hoo!

So, we’re sitting here with the doors open to catch the early morning breeze, drinking coffee (made in our own coffee machine), at tables and chairs that we just put together (the place smells like a combination of wood, varnish and rubber!-), wondering how to replace our fancy compact fluorescent bulbs, and contemplating our grand opening. What’s that you say? A grand opening date??? Yes folks, it’s finally here and we can say with a 99.5% level of confidence that we have set the date for the grand opening of Moxie. Tell me, tell me, tell me (we imagine you yelling…perhaps only in your head since you’re at the office)! Okay then, Cakes for Cause will be opening our social enterprise Moxie Bakery & Café, on Saturday October 17th at 9:00 am. Tell your friends, tell your neighbors, tell everyone you meet on the street, put a banner on your house (we’ve spent a lot of money in the last few weeks so we want this to be a BIG day)…whatever you do, please make time in your day to visit us at the café for a cup of java, one of our delightful pastries, some soup, or dessert. Sit at one of our indoor or outdoor tables, enjoy the fountain at 7th and Market Street, line up outside our door starting at 5:00 am (we hope) but make sure you don’t miss it.

Moxie Bakery & Café
A Social Enterprise Operated By Cakes for Cause
629 North Market Street
in the Bernard Brown Community Center
Saturday October 17, 9:00am
Indoor and outdoor seating available

But Don’t Forget the Farmers’ Markets!
We’re still there and some of you are still there but ALL of you are not there. There’s tons of local produce still available this time of year…squash for soup and roasting, kale to sauté (have you ever tried it on pizza?), onions and potatoes for stews, fresh and local meats, and your favorite comfort breads, croutons, and biscuits to partner with your fall meals. Whether you get inspired when you visit the market or call us in advance, Cakes for Cause has some delicious products when the cooler weather hits so make the farmers market part of your Thursday or Saturday routine.

Downtown Frederick (Shab Row)
Thursdays 3-6 on East Street at Church Street

West Frederick
Saturdays 10-1 on Baughman’s Lane behind the Quality Inn on Route 40 in Frederick

Swag, Swag, Not Enough Swag
Alrighty, the weather is starting to cool off so the ¾ sleeve baseball shirts are looking pretty good right now (we know, we should have done a sleeveless for the summertime). We still have a few left in adult and children’s sizes. Remember, if you’ve purchased any of our other t-shirts it’s only $18 for you!

Cakes for Cause

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