Take part in the pie contest, buy holiday presents from 30 local artists and/or have your child's photo portrait taken, or simply drop a gift off for Toys For Tots. Doesn't get any better than this, does it?
Eat Pie and Shop at Brooklyn’s PS29
Sunday December 4, 11am - 4pm
425 Henry Street, between Baltic and Kane
Pie Social: Taste delicious homemade and premium pies for $5 a slice or 5 for $20. Both sweet and salty options, so come for lunch and desert.
Celebrity-judged pie contest: Anne Burrell (Food Network and the upcoming Smith Street restaurant, Phil & Anne’s Good Time Lounge), Melissa Clark (Bestselling New York Times Columnist), Allison Kave, author of “First Prize Pies” and co-owner of Butter & Scotch, Brooklyn’s only bar and bakery, Gabriella Gershenson (Food Features Editor at Rachael Ray Everyday Magazine) and Nicholas Morgenstern (Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream) and other kitchen pros will name the best pie of the pie contest. Come taste the winning pie. Anyone can enter by bringing a pie before 11am. Winners announced at 1:30.
Artisan Holiday Gift Fair: Take care of your holiday shopping while the kids do crafts. More than 30 of Brooklyn’s best artisans are selling their wares, including jewelry, clothing and beautiful paper products.
Children's Crafts and Activities: Make scarves with Curious Jane, get free Tattly temporary tattoos and enter a vote in the Kids Choice pie contest of kid baked pies. Your kids will have a blast!
Professional Portrait Studio: You can get a beautiful portrait of your child/children taken during the event. $30 for one high-resolution image which you can print, email, gift to grandparents, etc.
Toys for Tots: U.S. Marines will be on hand to pick up all donations of holiday gifts.
All proceeds go to PS 29 programs. For more information, visit www.eatpieandshop.org.