Bake a Pie, Win Fabulous Prizes in Bay Village

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We think Papa Cahoon, founder of the settlement that became Bay Village, would dig the Historical Society’s 38th Annual Antique and Craft Show and Sale, to be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday June 16. As one of the area’s largest and most selective shows – complete with antique cars, strolling musicians, and pretty things galore -- what’s not to like? But Mama Cahoon? For her, we’re betting, the pie-baking contest would take the cake, with its opportunity for local dough boys and girls to win fabulous prizes (or at least a gift basket) for their trouble. Bring your homemade pie to Cahoon Memorial Park, on the corner of Lake and Cahoon roads, in the morning of the event, and the regular $4 admission fee will be waived. At noon, emcee and renowned pie aficionado Del Donohoo will call the crowd to order, and four esteemed judges – myself, included – will begin the arduous taste-testing process to determine the winner. Afterward, the pies will be sold by the slice to fund scholarships for two Bay High School seniors with an interest in history. For more information and contest rules, contact festival co-chair Eric Eakin at 440-835-2718. And by the way, blueberry is my favorite. -- Elaine T. Cicora

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