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Pie On9 Pie Contest, Fundraiser & Block Party

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Pie On9 Pie Contest, Fundraiser & Block Party

Time: August 7, 2015 from 6pm to 8pm
Location: Ninth Square, New Haven
Street: Orange Street between Center & Crown
City/Town: New Haven
Phone: 203.773.3736
Event Type: fundraiser, pie, contest, block, party
Organized By: Ellen Pendergast & Ashley Kremser
Latest Activity: Aug 7, 2015

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Join us for the block party of the summer! Help CitySeed raise money to make CT-grown produce accessible to everyone through our Food Stamp Double Value Program!

  • Enables SNAP recipients to double their money at CitySeed Farmers' Markets
  • $10 buys $20 of CT-grown fruit, vegetables, seedlings or canned fruits and vegetables!

Eat pie for a good cause -- make pie for a good cause!
All You Can Eat Pie* | Ashley's Ice Cream | Cash Bars by Ordinary & 116 Crown | Music by DJ Tootskee
Adults $15 online, $18 at the event | Children 6-12 years old $5 | Pie Makers Free!

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