Holy Childhood will be holding its 60th Annual Arts and Crafts Sale in Rochester this weekend.
The non-denominational, non-profit agency serves more than 200 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Holy Childhood offers adult workshops where participants learn to make pies, ceramic holiday ornaments and more. They sell these homemade projects to benefit the program.
Holy Childhood expects more than 1,000 people to attend this weekend's event and hope to sell more than 800 pies.
"To see these individuals grow and learn new skills and to be able to do a job that they feel proud of and they can recognize it in the community; the skills they learn in the bakery help them to obtain a job in our community," said bakery supervisor Shirley Lynch.
The event will be Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Holy Childhood School in Rochester.