Kathleen von Kanel of the Holy Rollers apple pie making volunteer group puts the finishing touches on an apple pie. Von Kanel led this year’s apple pie making. The pies, which come frozen, are available for sale at Saturday’s Nov. 25 St. George’s Church Christmas Bazaar, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Submitted

Holy Rollers apple pies star at Caddy Bay bazaar

Church Bazaar’s Holy Roller apple pies are famous, at least in Caddy Bay

The Holy Rollers’ famous apple pie is back this weekend only (famous in Cadboro Bay, at least).

The pies, which are sold frozen, are a much sought after part of Saturday’s St. George’s Anglican Church Christmas Bazaar.

St. George’s offers a $10 lunch of ham, potato salad, green salad, a bun and apple crisp with vegetarian/vegan options available.

The church’s Dragon Song Men’s Choir will perform while there will be gift certificates from Cadboro Bay Village businesses, a Treasure Sale, jewelry, and a table of children’s toys and games. A play-area is also set up for the kids, plus a kids shopping area where they can find special items to gift to their parents and siblings. Downstairs, is a big book sale with a great selection of books of all kinds.

For those who need a little something extra to spruce up their home, a variety of greenery, wreaths, garlands and other decorations will be available. All the re-usable greenery has been handmade by our in-house crafters, while the fresh greenery has been sourced and arranged from local backyards.

Saturday’s Bazaar is from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. George’s Anglican Church, 3909 St. George’s Ln.

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