Gracie Swierczek, 2, gets a helping hand to eat a slice of pie with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Photos by Elizabeth Sias
Visitors devoured hundreds of pies in hours, with recipes ranging from strawberry, peach, cherry, blueberry, apple, rhubarb and many more.
Five-year-old Evelyn Maki enjoys a slice of pie during the annual Braham Pie Day on Friday, Aug. 5.
Cambridge Ambassadors Mikaila Worden, left, and Alanna Bares help serve pie to guests Friday.
Terri Hendricks won first place in the art show for “Pie Eating Contest,” pictured here.
Patty Wagner used marshmallow peeps and mixed media to create “4-and-20 Blackbirds” for the Braham Pie Day art show.
Catherine Vesley’s “Braham Pie Day ‘98” is displayed in the permanent pie art collection.
The small quilts show in City Hall during Braham Pie Day featured quilts like this one by Bev Ceaglske, called “Garden Walk.”
Mr. Pastry sings in the Pie-Alluia Chorus on Friday.
The Pie-Alluia Chorus sings popular pie-related tunes Friday afternoon.
Jessica Lindgren spray paints 5-year-old Natalie Berg’s hair green and pink to match her watermelon dress Friday afternoon during Braham Pie Day.
Olivia Reed, 20 months old, is the youngest poet in the children’s tent at Braham Pie Day.
The Sweet as Pie Collector’s Car Show featured many restored cars, including this one, a 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air, owned by Ron Klar of Blaine, Minn.