CupcakeCamp NYC 2010
Friday, April 9, 2010 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
It's almost April, and you know what that means? It's time for CupcakeCamp NYC!
Now in its second year, CupcakeCamp NYC is bigger and better than ever. Featuring the NYC girls from Cupcakes Take the Cake, Chicago's very own Kathy "Metalcakes" Bejma and Austin's Jennifer Ross, CupcakeCamp NYC is taking over Happy Ending once again for 2.5 hours of cupcake awesomeness. And this year, we'll be featuring a complimentary cupcake inspired cocktail thanks to Happy Ending and our sponsor Buttercup Bake Shop.
To RSVP, it's simple: use this page to register you and your guests. THEN, if you plan on bringing cupcakes, e-mail us at email@example.com for an official baker registration form. You MUST register your cupcakes in order to participate. If you plan on simply showing up with your appetite (sans cupcakes), then all you need to do is RSVP here and you're done. Easy!
This is a 21+ event (it's at a bar, so apologies to the underage ground - this is a grown up shindig), and you will have to face a bouncer asking for your ID, so don't try to pull a fast one.
Any more questions? Shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. See you on April 9th!
1. Can I buy or sell cupcakes at the event?
No. CupcakeCamp is for people who want to bring cupcakes and eat them for free *at the event*.
2. Can I really attend if I don’t bring cupcakes?
Yes! While bringing cupcakes is encouraged, we need 11 people to eat a cupcake for every dozen!
3. I’ve heard the event is based off of BarCamp, what is that?
Check out http://barcamp.org/
4. Do we bake or decorate our cupcakes at the event?
No - your cupcakes should be ready to go at the event. However, feel free to organize your own baking get-togethers with friends before CupcakeCamp!
5. Where have CupcakeCamps already taken place?
People have organized CupcakeCamps all over the world, including San Francisco, Toronto, Dublin, and Sydney!
When & Where
CupcakeCamp is an ad-hoc gathering born from the desire for New Yorkers to share and eat cupcakes in an open environment.