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Cleveland Pie Festival: Get unlimited pie with a donation for education

This photo shows the logo for the Cleveland Pie Festival, created by Chief of Branding Jenika...
This photo shows the logo for the Cleveland Pie Festival, created by Chief of Branding Jenika Gonzales.(Source: @pieinthecle via Twitter)
Published: Aug. 1, 2021 at 10:01 AM EDT
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CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The inaugural Cleveland Pie Festival kicks off Sunday at Mason’s Creamery in Ohio City.

It’s happening from 3:14 p.m. to 7 p.m. at 4401 Bridge Ave.

The Cleveland Pie Festival seeks to raise money for the Malone Scholarship Fund, which helps pay for the education of dozens of local students.

The festival-fundraiser hybrid gives you an opportunity to eat unlimited pie after making a donation. You can donate online or in person. Choose the Malone Scholarship if you donate online, and save a screenshot to show at the festival.

If you attend, you may see a few familiar faces: 19 News’ own Chris Tanaka helped plan the fundraiser, and the scholarship fund is managed by radio host Jimmy Malone.

The Cleveland Pie Festival, which started as a random twitter conversation between friends, is hosted by Mason’s Creamery. A donation will also get you a scoop of their ice cream.

There are nine (delicious) flavors of pie to choose from:

  • Strawberry Rhubarb
  • Honeyed Goat Cheese
  • Blueberry Lemon Ginger
  • Peanutbutter Cream
  • Smokey Black Raspberry Chocolate (gf/v)
  • Peach Blueberry
  • Sour Cherry
  • Apple
  • Salted Honey

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