Harvest on Henry 2016 Bake Sale and Pie Contest

The Bake Sale

Bring your family’s best dessert to Harvest on Henry this year and participate in our Bake Sale! This fundraiser is our favorite and most delicious part of Harvest on Henry. We'll sell your homemade treat — pies, cakes, brownies and cookies are all accepted — at the festival alongside the students' homemade ice cream.

It's free to register, but please RSVP in advance!

The Pie Contest

Do you know your pie is the best, and want everyone else to know it, too? Our panel of local celebrity judges — including Meg Hagele from High Point Bakery and Amy Edelman from the Night Kitchen Bakery — will select a winner in two categories: Fruit (apple, cherry, etc.) and Other (pecan, custard, chocolate, etc.).

The entrance fee for the first pie is $5, and $3 per entry after that. Payment is required on or before the day of the event. You can register and pay online with credit card here, bring cash or checks (made out to Weavers Way Farms) to the farm (7095 Henry Ave. ) on Tuesdays and Fridays between 2 and 6 p.m., or pay when you drop off your pies on Oct. 15.

Bringing something for the Bake Sale too? We’ll waive your contest fee! You can access our free registration here.

Judging

Awards will be presented at 3 p.m. Prizes include gift certificates to local businesses and goodie baskets. In addition, the best student pie will win a grand prize.

What Do I Do?

  • Pies for the Bake Sale and Pie Contest must be dropped off by noon on Saturday, Oct. 15. They may be brought in the day before, Friday, Oct. 14, during the Henry Got Crops CSA pickup, 2-6 p.m. (Drop-off location: 7095 Henry Ave.)
  • Please make sure all pie pans are recyclable, as we cannot be responsible for returning them.
  • No frozen or warm pies, please. Pies must be ready for cutting and distribution.
  • If you would like to pre-package your pie for the Bake Sale, you can pick up containers at the farm prior to the festival. This would be greatly appreciated!
  • For the Pie Contest:
    • The pie should be sliced into eight equal pieces for judging.
    • Standard-sized, round pies only.
    • Pies that arrive after noon on Oct. 15 will not be judged.