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Jennie Bell Pie Festival

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September 28-29
Kelder’s Farm—yes, the one with mini golf and the giant gnome—hosts the two-day event in honor of Bell, a Rochester founding family member and a phenomenal pie maker. There will be a Battle of the Bands on Friday, and on Saturday, berry, custard, and cream pie contests and a pie auction. A silent auction from local vendors, a youth talent show, a performance by Breakaway with Robin Baker, and fireworks to follow. Free admission and parking. Rain or shine. Kelderfarm.com

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