Want a Pie Social 2013 T-Shirt? We'll Have On-Site Screen Printing at Saturday's Event!

Want some Pie Social 2013 swag? Of course, you do! The more reasonable question would probably be who doesn't want to rock a Pie Social tee!

And good news pie fans, you're in luck. AZ Screen Printing will offer on-site screen printing of the image above on your choice of a wearable item. You can either buy a shirt there or bring your own.

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The screen printing will be done live at the event and you'll be able to pick among three colors of ink: red, black and white. There will be a limited amount of T-shirts available for purchase. You're also free to bring your own shirt or apron (or -- get creative!) for us to print on.

If you purchase a shirt from AZ Screen Printing the tee and printing will bel $20. Bring your own and have it printed for $10.

In case you need a reminder, Pie Social will take place from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, November 16, at the "What Should Go Here" pop up park at Second and Roosevelt streets. If you want to get in on the baking action, you can bring two pies for our Community Pie table. In exchange, we'll give you five tasting tickets. Not a baker? For $10 you can buy five tasting tickets, good for pie from our celebrity and community bakers alike.

Pick 'n Holler will provide musical entertainment -- and there might even be square dancing in the works.

Stay tuned for the winner of our Pie-ku contest, which we'll be announcing soon.

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