Look Around Lubbock: The Cakery

Look Around Lubbock: The Cakery

The Cakery is celebrating it's 7th birthday today, March 1st. The Cakery specializes in wedding, birthday and special occasion cakes. 

If your kid is into baking, they can do it with the pros over spring break by signing up for camp at The Cakery.

For details call The Cakery at 806-783-9091

The cost is $45.00 per child per day. Pre- Registration is required.

Classes are offered March 12-16 from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. These are not drop in classes. The kids (ages 7-10) will be creating their own baked goods, with a different treat focused on each day. They will mix, scoop, (bake) design, and decorate their own goodies & bring some one. To see the details for each day visit The Cakery's Facebook Page.

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