Farmers Markets!

Lethbridge Exhibition Farmers’ Market

Each Saturday, from 9:00am – 2:00pm (market uncertain for 2020)
Get directions here.

Rewards Program!

We have a rewards program in the Pie Store.  It’s simple. $1 spent = 1 point.  Once you reach 100 points you receive $10 off your next purchase!  Even simpler: you don’t have to keep track of a wallet card to collect points!! All you do is provide us with an email address and your name and we will keep track of all your points, giving you an automatic update on each receipt.
We will send you an occasional email with wonderful deals, amazing discounts and fascinating updates on all our mouth watering products, some of which are exclusive to our rewards program.  Should you choose to leave the rewards program, we will not hold you hostage to these fantastic benefits and you are free to go by unsubscribing at any point (there will be an “unsubscribe” link at the bottom of all emails you receive from us).
You can sign up now, by following this link to our contact page, where your message will be emailed directly to us OR you can sign up during your next visit to the Pie Store.

Disclaimer: Rewards have no expiration. A minimum of 100 points must be collected before earned reward of $10 can be redeemed. A minimum purchase of $10 is required to redeem reward. Rewards program can be stopped or changed at any time.

Record breaking Saskatoon Berry crop!!!

The 2015 Saskatoon crop we received was a record breaking one at Ravenwing Farms, Evansburg, Alberta.  Here are some pictures, courtesy of Ravenwing Farms… they tell us that just one row of harvest berries yielded 26 of the blue totes you see here, which is the equivalent to 1040 lbs of berries.
Ravenwing harvest 2015a Ravenwing harvest 2015b saskatoon berries saskatoon bushes

The Worlds Largest Saskatoon Pie!

Sunrise Berry Farms has claim to fame for baking the Worlds Largest Saskatoon Berry Pie!
Weighing in at over 115kg and having a diameter of 4′ 2″, it is a big pie! The pie was on display at The Kingsland Farmers Market during January of 2010.

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