The Honeymoon Bay Blackberry Pie Fest has been rescheduled to September 24th

Blackberry Festival rescheduled

The Honeymoon Bay Blackberry Pie Fest has been rescheduled to September 24th, 2011 due to the late ripening of the berry.

 

The Honeymoon Bay Blackberry Pie Fest has been rescheduled to September 24th, 2011 due to the late ripening of the berry. It has also been renamed as the Honeymoon Bay Blackberry Pie Sale. For more information please contact Dick Orman of the Honeymoon Bay Community Society 250-749-3579.

Last year’s event saw the line begin forming at 9 a.m., and all but 15 of the 157 pies were sold within 15 minutes of 10 a.m.

 

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