Festival of Cakes


We are sorry to announce that the
Fourth Annual Festival of Cakes, 2014 has been cancelled.
This was not an easy decision; our members have decided to take a year and grow our club and it’s resources.
We hope to be back in 2015 with a
bigger, better, Festival of Cakes!

Thank you for your continued support of this event, and of Quota of Traverse City.

Quota of Traverse City’s Fourth Annual

Festival of Cakes!

Join us on Sunday November 3rd, 2013 from 11am to 3pm for a fun and entertaining day,
full of cake and ice cream!

View dozens of cakes created and decorated by regional cake artists. Local professionals, students and children will be showcasing their talents in 8 different divisions and all are welcome to participate.

The Festival of Cakes isn’t just about looking at what others have created – demonstrations will be taking place throughout the event on the latest cake decorating techniques. Cake samples,  a chance at door prizes from our great community sponsors,
and don’t forget Moomer’s Ice Cream!

Click Here to purchase your tickets in advance,
or if you are interested in entering the competition, please visit our Registration Page.

Proceeds from Festival of Cakes benefit two great, local organizations focused on making the Traverse City community better.

Traverse City Metro Fire Department, Life Safety Program:
Hearing, sight, mobility, and cognitive impairments all increase the layers of fire
and safety risks for the disabled.
By raising the level of fire and life safety awareness for the disabled community,
and for the surrounding population, TC Metro strives to eliminate many risks.

Traverse Bay Children’s Advocacy Center:
Children’s advocacy centers (CACs) are community based, child-focused and child-friendly facilities where representatives from many disciplines meet to discuss and make decisions about investigation, treatment and prosecution of child abuse cases.
The primary goal of the Traverse Bay CAC (and all CACs) is to ensure that children are not further
victimized by the intervention systems designed to protect them.

Every dollar received by these programs
 stays in our local communities.