Top Chef Contest For Kids At Marvin Memorial Library

Top Chef Contest For Kids At Marvin Memorial Library

  • 11/7/2018 2:55:07 PM
  • Jenna Ramolt
  • Local News

SHELBY, OH - Kids in Shelby are getting the chance to show off their skills in the kitchen during Marvin Memorial Library's third Top Chef Contest on Saturday, November 17.

Participants will be given a set of ingredients to create something delicious. Judges will be present to score their edible masterpieces on appearance, creativity, resourcefulness, and taste. The three "Top Chefs" will receive prizes.

Registration is required to participate in the event, which begins at 10:30 AM at the library. Kids in grades 4-6 are eligible to register, although only twelve spaces are available. You can sign up at the front desk of MML until Thursday, November 15, or until all positions are full.

Those who are interested can call Marvin Memorial Library at 419-347-5576 EXT 5  to register or get more information.

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