Display cakes for October

Here’s a list of some of the cakes that can be viewed in five different St. Louis neighborhoods. The cakes are on loan to these locations from the Cakelovers and their owners. Many thanks go to those who have lent us their cakes. Any questions please contact Jason at jasonvoigt@hotmail.com

 

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see DOGTOWN

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You can also visit the Feasting Fox cake which is located in their outdoor patio area, and also see the Loretto-Hilton note below

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(Note that none of the cakes are at Sutton Park anymore)

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  • click Our Lady of the Rivers  (artist: Lindsay Harmon) at Airedale Antics, Manchester Ave., 63143
  • Powell Hall  (artist: Earl Miller) owned by and located at Larder & Cupboard, Manchester Ave., 63143
  • Warren County Courthouse  (artist: Patty Spellman) at Kakao Chocolate, Manchester Ave., 63143
  • First Missouri State Capitol Historic Site  (artist: Lindsay Harmon) at Michael Kilfoy, Sutton Ave., 63143

OLD NORTH ST. LOUIS

(in addition to these two, the Old North St. Louis and Crown Candy Kitchen cakes are still at their original locations)

  • Lewis and Clark Boat House and Nature Center  (artist: Ashli England)  across from Old North St. Louis Restoration Group, 2700 North 14th Street, St. Louis, MO, 63107
  • Kenrick-Glennon Seminary  (artist: Bruce Howard)  at La Mancha Coffeehouse, 2815 North 14th Street, St. Louis, MO, 63107

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Not mentioned is the Loretto-Hilton cake, which is now placed (temporarily?) at St. Mary’s High School (4701 S. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO, 63111). It is located at the front entrance. Its artist, Mark Swain, said that St. Mary’s deserved a cake because of ‘they are active in making a difference in the community. Great job, guys. Well done”.

We hope you can re-visit some memories and check out these cakes, while at the same time supporting local businesses. Please remember to not sit, stand or place anything atop the cakes and treat them like art!

MISSION: To continue the celebration, educate the public about art, history, bring people together to smile and support the communities.

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