Irby, Kansas – A new “baker” is underway at the Irby Art Center in Irbysburg, Kansas.
The “bakery” is part of the Art Center’s “Baker Week” event.
The first “bakers” are set to arrive on Thursday, September 23.
The second “baking” will take place on Saturday, September 25.
The third “bakes” will be held on Friday, September 26.
The fourth “bake” is set for Friday, October 3.
In Irby’s “bachelor community” (aka, the community where women get married), a “bachelorette” party was held on Sunday, September 24, the same day as the “bap” celebration.
The Bakers’ Week event is being hosted by Art Center Executive Director and Board of Directors member Mary Ann White.
On the first day of the festival, a “Bakers” is on display.
“It’s like a mini-golf course.
There’s all these bakers and bakers’ parties,” White told Breitbart News.
This week’s “lunch” event, held at the new bakers pavilion, is called “The Baker’s Baking Project.”
White told Breitbart, “It’s a mini golf course where people can get together and learn about each other.
They can talk about cooking, baking, cooking, and baking.
They learn from each other about baking.
A video on the new “Bakery” event’s Facebook page shows a young couple eating their breakfast on Sunday morning.
They are accompanied by two bakers, who are “trying to keep the vibe as relaxed as possible.”
The video caption states, “We got a lot of fun this morning!
The Bakers” baking project is coming to the new Irby pavilion.
We were able to sit down and chat about all the new features, and about what we’re going to bake this week.
They’ve already put together some awesome food items that are perfect for the new kitchen!
The kitchen is fully stocked with all the things we need, like a pan, a cake pan, muffin cups, and even a cupcake trays!
“In addition to the “Baking Project,” the Art City Board of Commissioners (ACBOC) has approved a resolution that is expected to be voted on in the next couple of weeks.
The resolution would amend the Missouri Code of Civil Procedure to provide that the term of any elected official may not exceed ten years.
As previously reported, the Art Board’s Board of Design and the Architectural Barbershops (ABA) recently approved a plan to relocate the Art Museum’s main gallery from its current location on the second floor to the second and third floors of the new building.
“This project is another step toward bringing the arts to the citizens of Irand, and it will bring a new sense of community and prosperity to the city.””
This is an amazing opportunity to make Irand to Irby the center of the art and cultural experience,” said Irand City Councilmember Brian Gossett.
“This project is another step toward bringing the arts to the citizens of Irand, and it will bring a new sense of community and prosperity to the city.”