11th Annual Pie Bakeoff

. September 30, 2018.
Apple pie

The Pie Lovers Unite! extravaganza honors pie-making in all of its forms by inviting people to bake, bring, share, and taste pies from around the area. The event will honor all things pie with pie-themed music, walks, and a hilarious Pie-KU poetry recital. The main event: a pie contest with prizes and of course, eating lots and lots of pie!

Free with a homemade pie or $15 at the door | Kids free
Sunday, October 14 | 5:30pm- 7:30pm
Ladies’ Literary Club | 218 North Washington St. Ypsilanti
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