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Colonial Williamsburg Hosting Annual Holiday Pie Sale November 20-23

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WILLIAMSBURG-Just in time for the holiday season, Colonial Williamsburg will hold its annual pie sale and holiday bake shop event Sunday, November 20 through Wednesday, November 23.

The event will take place from 11am to 5pm each day at Colonial Williamsburg’s Taste Studio, which is located next to the Williamsburg Inn and the Williamsburg Lodge on South England Street.

Among the baked good items available for sale are Colonial Williamsburg’s pies in the popular flavors of Campbells Rum Cream Pie, Shields Apple-Cranberry Pie, King’s Arms Pecan Pie, and Chocolate Peanut Butter Pie as well as cakes, cookies, and various other hand-crafted treats for sharing and gift-giving. Pre-orders are not available.

Colonial Williamsburg will also host a second bake sale in December ahead of Christmas from Tuesday, December 20 through Saturday, December 24. For more information, visit the event website.

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