© Pie Town Community Council – 2009-
© Pie Town Community Council – 2009-
The (2014) 35th Annual Pie Festival
The Pie Town Annual Pie Festival includes a pie-
The Festival is organized and operated by the Pie Town Community Council, and is our main fund-
Events loosely follow a schedule. There are vendors selling food, crafts, and services throughout the day. The last scheduled event in the afternoon is the drawing of this year's winning raffle tickets. There is a short break in the late afternoon/early evening, then we dance in the pavilion until midnight. Just before the dance starts, we hold a benefit auction for the prize-
In addition to providing a fun day for children and adults alike, festival proceeds fund the council and our town for the upcoming year and vendors play an important part.
It's fun having the jewelry, food and other goodies. At the same time, the vendor fees help the council do it's work. An example: the council uses festival proceeds to help community families experiencing financial hardship due to catastrophic events in their lives.
The council gives a small scholarship to a promising high school senior in the 87827 zip code each year.
Also, the council "gives back" to the community by subsidizing monthly dances, bingo, a Christmas dinner etc.. And finally, keeping the community up and running, cleaning the park, procuring supplies for the small repairs made by council/community members, hiring workpersons for the major repairs and maintaining/upgrading our town (new picnic tables, adding a basketball court, helping our paramedics etc.).
Where and When is the Pie Town, New Mexico Annual Pie Festival?
As always, the Pie Festival will be held on the Second Saturday of September. This year it will be held on September 13, 2014. Please check the schedule on this page for times and locations of specific events.
The festival is held in Jackson Park (75 acres of free dry camping) and other nearby locations — don't worry, once you get to Pie Town you can't miss it.
Where is Pie Town?
Pie Town is located in Catron County in west-
It is also located along the Continental Divide Trail (CDT), a non motorized public back country trail along the full length of the Continental Divide from Canada to Mexico.
The 2014 Pie Festival Schedule of Events
IN CASE OF INCLEMENT WEATHER, THESE EVENTS WILL BE HELD IN THE COMMUNITY CENTER
No more baking entries. Judging begins -
Crowning of the PIE QUEEN!
Pie eating contest at the basketball court
Horned Toad races at the basketball court
Bingo at the Pavilion
Souvenir stand and Pie Stand close
Karaoke in the Pavilion
Dance lesson in the Pavilion
Dance to STILLWATER in the Pavilion
Winning pies will be auctioned on the band breaks at the dance !!!!!
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Please contact us if you can donate raffle prizes
This years Raffle Prizes will be posted soon
The winners will be selected by a random drawing of names at 3:00 pm in the pavilion on the day of the Pie Festival. You do not need to be present to win, but you will need to pick up your prize in Pie Town during the week following the festival — we do not ship prizes.
Pie Town Community Council
P.O. Box 791
Pie Town, NM 87827
Whom to contact.. .
For questions about the Festival in general, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
© Pie Town Community Council – 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012. All Rights Reserved.
Pie Festival Video is Available!
Created by Dana Pence of Flamboyant Studios-