Big Bake off for Big Brothers and Big Sisters

Pie enthusiasts, culinary wizards and do-gooders wanted

Join the Victoria Pie Co. in their first Bake Off in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Victoria, June 4 and 5. Call or email to sign up for this free event. They want all you pie enthusiasts, culinary wizards and do-gooders to help them and a few Bigs and Littles make pie and have a great time!

Pies will be available for pre-order by the public, or take your hand made pie home for a $20 suggested donation.

100 per cent of funds go to Big Brothers Big Sisters.

All extra pie will be donated to their annual Family Day event taking place June 6 for the Bigs and Littles in their mentorship programs. At the Victoria Public Market at the Hudson, 7 to 8:30pm. victoriapieco.com

 

 

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