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Bumble Ardy Piggy Cupcake Party at Changing Hands, Saturday September 10th

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Pig Butt Cupcakes and brine will be on the menu Saturday September 10th 10a.m. at Changing Hands to celebrate the first book release since 1981 from auther Maurice Sandak (Where the Wild Things Are).

Bumble-Ardy is "the story of a little pig who decides to throw himself a birthday party, when things get out of hand." It was first seen as a Sesame Street short in 1971. We found it on You Tube for you. You're welcome. Do you remember seeing this?

Their Tempe neighbor, Mind Over Batter bakery will be making the "Pig Butt" and "Pig Snout" mini party cakes and we were hoping to get our hands on a sneak preview picture but you'll just have to head over to the party to see and and then gobble them up.

For all the swanky swine details, head over to the Changing Hands event website. We'll see you there (kids or not), this sounds like a fun Saturday morning.

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