Rain or Shine, Pie Social Will Go On!

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Hey all you bakers and pie eaters out there -- don't fear the forecast.

We know, we know, our iPhones say "rain" too, but the folks at Chow Bella and Roosevelt Row have put our heads together and come up with a rain location (to be decided, if need be) for Saturday's Pie Social -- 2 p.m. on November 12 at 408 E. Roosevelt Street. Bring two pies, get 5 tasting tickets; or get 5 tickets for $10.

So get your butt to the market and buy your ingredients. Game on!

And stay tuned. What's a Pie Social without a Field Guide? It's coming soon....

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