Plan on bringing 12 to 24 servings of whatever you decide to bake. They're not requiring that all goods be wrapped/bagged/packaged, but if your item is particularly messy or needs it, please do so as you see fit. Easy packaging ideas may be muffin cups, plastic bags, cello wrap, Saran Wrap, etc. It doesn't have to be complicated.
The organizers to sell all goodies for $2 each (though larger donations will be encouraged), so please bake accordingly. You may decide to, for example, package two or three small cookies together in a bag or cut your brownies to a specific size you feel warrants a $2 price tag. This could very well change depending on what people decide to bring, and they may end up charging different amounts for different products.
Beverages are fair game as well, if anyone would like to bring some fresh lemonade or iced tea or something along those lines. Or if anyone has any leftover cases of bottled water, they will sell those as well.
So there's really no excuse for not pitching in to help out this fun event. But if you're not in the mood to bake, then make sure you at least drop by to buy some of these treats.
I'm not much of a baker, but I do want to learn, so I'm planning to try something out. If it's a total mess, expect to find something that tastes shockingly similar to the free sugar cookies that they keep in a plexiglass box near the door at Harris Teeter.