City officials are poised to unveil their new kitchen incubator and co-working space in downtown Fairborn.
A ribbon-cutting and open house for “SPARK Fairborn” are scheduled for 4 to 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27 at 305 W. Main St. City officials tout the space as the region’s first co-share commercial kitchen that also includes space for collaborators who are not involved with food preparation.
The kitchen incubator is designed to provide entrepreneurs with access to a certified commercial kitchen and its equipment, to help them develop and launch food-related enterprises.
Fairborn is partnering with Kitchen Incubator Collective in Newport, Kentucky to manage SPARK Fairborn’s shared kitchens, according to Tonia Fish, revitalization strategist for the city of Fairborn.
For more information, check out the SPARK Fairborn Facebook page.