Where did the time go?

pumpkin pieI blinked and half of November is just about over! That’s right, folks, Thanksgiving is less than two weeks away! We have already been getting orders in and this is just a friendly reminder that Sunday November 19th will be the LAST DAY to place your order for pickup on Wednesday November 22nd. On Wednesday the 22nd we will be open from 9am to 4pm. We will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, but open Friday the 24th.

Place your order online at https://www.petalumapies.com/ or come into the shop or call us at 707-766-6743 (707-7mmm-PIE).

How to help fire victims

The fires have been largely contained and we are so thankful to all the first responders from near and far who have helped turn this around. We have all seen an outpouring of generosity from our communities. At this point, it looks like the shelters have been overwhelmed with in-kind donations (food, clothing, etc) and the real need now is money. If you want to make donations to shelters, the request is $25 gift cards with a cash value so they can provide immediate assistance to those in need.

Aside from immediate help, many people will need mid term and long term assistance. Some homeowners are finding themselves under-insured, many renters were not insured at all, and our undocumented neighbors may not be able to get assistance from agencies like FEMA. Many people have not been able to work and some have permanently lost their place of employment.

There are several organizations helping people in these situations and I am listing a few here. Consider making recurring monthly donations if you can. This crisis is bound to go on for a long time. If you know other good organizations, feel free to add them in the comments section.

http://www.sonomacf.org/sonoma-county-resilience-fund/

https://latino-community-foundation.networkforgood.com/projects/38583-northern-california-fires-relief

http://www.napavalleycf.org/donate-to-the-disaster-relief-fund/

www.redwoodcu.org/northbayfirerelief

http://undocufund.org/

http://www.communityfound.org/for-donors/donate-today/community-funds/disaster-fund-for-mendocino-county/

And don’t forget the animals!

https://www.petalumaanimalshelter.org/

http://sonomahumane.org/fire/

https://napahumane.org/

Foodie Racer

Foodie Racer Motorcycle Logo

There is a new food delivery service in town called Foodie Racer. They will deliver from any Petaluma restaurant to people in Petaluma on a motorcycle.

Here is how it works:
You call the restaurant to place your order and tell them Foodie Racer will pick it up. Foodie Racer picks it up and delivers to you. You pay them the cost of the food plus $11.

TUESDAY-SUNDAY 8:30AM-1:30AM
Check out their website and facebook page or call/ text them at (949) 632-1438

Father wants pies, not ties!

father wants to eat pieThat’s right, everybody, Father’s Day is coming up this Sunday June 18th! Who needs another tie? Not Father, he wants pie! Place your order to make sure you get the pie he wants or come in and see what we have! We are open from 9am to 7pm on Sunday, so you can bring him in for lunch and dessert.

Memorial Day Weekend Hours

Just a note to say we will be open all weekend, including Monday with modified hours. Friday May 26th 9-7, Saturday May 27th 9-7, Sunday May 28th 9-7, Monday May 29th 9-5.

MOM OMG

Hey Wow OMG, Mother’s Day is coming up this Sunday May 14th! We all know that Mother wants PIE for her day. As always, you can order ahead online or in the shop or you can just bring her in on Sunday for a treat.

Butter and Egg Days and Antique Faire are Coming!

butter-and-eggsHey Everybody! It is that busiest time of the year when our downtown fills up with people. On Saturday it’s the Butter and Egg Parade and on Sunday it is the spring Antique Faire. This year’s Butter and Egg theme is “Petaluma – City of Makers!” and boy are we making! We will be making and baking sweet and savory pies for you made with Petaluma butter and Petaluma eggs!

It is hard to get downtown in a car, so Petaluma Transit is offering FREE BUS RIDES on Saturday.  Take the bus, walk or ride your bike and avoid frustration so you can enjoy the parade.