The Huffington Post reported on Alabama’s drought as the ‘worst in modern memory’. Lake Purdy, which supplies Birmingham with drinking water, has receded several feet due to drought, leaving dry, cracked ground where water used to be.
The sixth annual Surgeons vs. Chefs Great Pumpkin Carve-Off is this Saturday, October 29th. This festive and fun event will test the carving skills of three orthopedic surgeons and three local chefs. Judging will be based on precision, skill, and creativity.
Brookwood Baptist Health has partnered with the Market at Pepper Place to host this local event. There will be more than just a live pumpkin carving. You’ll get the chance to enjoy decorating mini pumpkins, trick or treating at vendors’ tents, face painting, and even balloon animal fun. Halloween Costumes are encouraged along with cheering on your favorite competitor.
The competitors include:
Ryan Cordry, DO
Lloyd Johnson, MD
Robert Wolf, MD
Versus three local chefs:
Franklin Biggs, SUR LA TABLE | EAST LAKE COMMUNITY KITCHEN
Nick Hartmann, ICE BY DESIGN | ALABAMA POWER
Chris Hastings, HOT & HOT FISH CLUB | OVENBIRD
The Event is at 10am and FREE for everyone. It is located at the Pepper Place Market – Demonstration Area in front of Richard Tubb Interiors, 2829 2nd Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35233.
Rain or Shine, come enjoy this Halloween inspired event with your friends and family.