Vail turns into sweet shop Saturday |

Vail turns into sweet shop Saturday

Vail Daily staff reportnewsroom@vaildaily.comVail, CO Colorado

VAIL, Colorado – Ice cream, pies, cakes, chocolate, cookies and other delicious treats will make Vail sweet tooths go crazy on Saturday.From noon till 5 p.m., the Vail Chamber & Business Association will be hosts Sweet on Vail, turning Meadow Drive into a ’50s soda shop. Some of Vail’s premier restaurants will be participating in this event with their sweet creations. Through out the day, judges will determine who has Vail’s best ice cream, cookies, cakes and pies. There will also be one category where the public can match their best desserts against local chefs.The best part is you can judge everything for yourself, and judging starts at noon. “Highlighting some of the best desserts and sweets available along with some great free kids activities, this event is a great compliment to other events going on in town,” said Rich tenBraak, the chamber’s executive director.Along with the delicious food, there will also be some great entertainment on hand. Pat Hamilton will be performing in the children’s area. This area will have face painting, arts and crafts, games, a train ride, mechanical bull and a bouncy castle. DooWap Denny will be singing hits from the ’50s.Vail’s retailers also will hold a townwide street sale. The Marketplace on Meadow Drive, one of Vail’s year round sweet shops, is a major contributor.”With the creperie being the sweetest spot in Vail, it was a natural fit for us to be associated with this event,” says Robert McNichols, of Marketplace on Meadow Drive. Some of the Marketplace’s wines will be showcased at Sweet on Vail.For more information about participating in the Sweet on Vail or the Vail Chamber & Business Association, please contact 970-477-0075. ###

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