New Mother’s Day tradition: 1st ‘pie social’ at Village Green

May 3, 2011 at 8:29 am | In Door-to-door alert, Fun stuff to do, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

There’s Mother’s Day brunch, and there’s Mother’s Day breakfast in bed … and here’s something new (yet old-fashioned): A Mother’s Day pie social. In case you hadn’t already heard, one is planned at Village Green Perennial Nursery (10223 26th SW) on Sunday, 1-4 pm – with the price of admission a freshly baked homemade pie and a $5 donation for the White Center Food Bank. Village Green’s Vera Johnson is hosting along with Kate McDermott, and RSVPs are requested by Friday. More info on Vera’s “Dig It” website, and/or this Facebook event page.

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  1. Cool! Now if only I didn’t have to plan my own Mother’s Day celebration to finagle my family taking me. :(

    Comment by Jasperblu — 11:28 pm May 3, 2011 #

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