Well, that is it. We have closed down ordering for the week of Thanksgiving. If you were one of the many people who placed an order for Wednesday the 25th, we are open from 9am to 4pm to pick up your orders.
But if you missed the deadline, don’t despair. We will be baking as many extra pies as we can, which will be available on a first come, first served basis (sorry, we can’t reserve them).
Please do not try to call the store. We will not be able to answer most calls. If you need to contact us urgently, you can reach us at pie (at) petalumapie (dot) com or come to the shop.
We will be closed on Thanksgiving Day but will re-open on Friday for you.
Thank you for your understanding and have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Hey Everybody, Thanksgiving is right around the corner and that means the deadline to order pies is coming up even sooner!
Sunday November 22nd is the deadline to order and pies can be picked up at our shop between 9am and 4pm on Wednesday November 25th, the day before Thanksgiving.
You can place your orders online at www.petalumapies.com , in the shop or on the phone, but after Sunday November 22nd, we will turn off online ordering and we will not be answering the phone to take orders.
As always, we will work to make extra pies for last minute shoppers, but they will be available on a first come, first served basis only.
Thank you for your understanding and have a wonderful holiday season.
This Wednesday November 11th is Veterans Day. Originally called Armistice Day to commemorate the ending of World War I, “The war to end all wars” on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. Unfortunately, we still had wars after WWI. In 1954, after World War II and the Korean War, the holiday was changed to Veterans Day. Since then the US has sent soldiers to other wars and conflicts including Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan. After the draft ended in 1973, we moved to an “all volunteer” military, which means we have a much smaller portion of the population serving for more extended tours in our modern wars. It can be easy to forget if you are not directly affected, but we are still a nation at war and we are still making new veterans every day.
This Veterans Day, Petaluma Pie Company is giving a 20% discount to all veterans. Just let us know when you place your order.
Did you know you can pick up fresh local organic veggies with your pie? That’s right, we are a drop-off location for First Light Farm’s CSA program. The delivery to Petaluma Pie Company happens on Wednesdays. You can sign up here!
Hey Everybody, it is time for our fourth annual Pumpkin Vs. Sweet Potato Blind Taste Test Smackdown Extravaganza EVENT! Two pies walk in, only one pie walks out! This time it’s personal!
This Saturday, October 24th from 12 to 3 (or until we run out). Did we mention it’s FREE?!?!?!?!
Stay tuned or check out the calendar on our website for other sampling and tasting opportunities!
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If you are local, you’ll want to Go Local to the Go Local Chowdown Hootenanny Saturday October 10th from 12:30 to 5. We will be there with PIE! And we will be in our shop as well every day, including Monday.
You’re invited to a GO LOCAL celebration…
CHOW: Taste food and drink from local makers, with more GO LOCAL merchant and nonprofit booths.
HOOT: Have a down home, thigh-slappin’ good ol’ time with 4 fab local bands!
Saturday October 10, 2015 12:30-5pm
Sonoma Mountain Village Event Center
1400 Valley House Drive
Rohnert Park, California
$15 General/$10 with your GO LOCAL Rewards Card
(enter promo code GOLOCAL for online, or show your GO LOCAL Card at the door)
Get tickets in advance at somoconcerts.com or at the door.
Contact Person: SoMo Concerts
FOOD & DRINK:
- Free tasty samples and plenty for purchase from local makers, including: BBQ Smokehouse & Catering, Community Market, F.A. Ninos Artisan Products, Gaia’s Garden, Grindstone Bakery, Hip Chick Farms, Mama Tina’s Ravioli, Mike Hudson Distributing, Oliver’s Market, Peacecock Bakery, Petaluma Pie Company, Revive Drinks, Shuffles Magical Ice Cream Shoppe, SubZero Ice Cream & Yogurt, Taylor Maid Farms, The Kefiry, Thistle Meats, and more
- GO LOCAL merchants and nonprofits share their wares and services, including: Community Alliance with Family Farmers – CAFF, Computer Recycling Center, Dexter Howard Events, Julie Nation Academy, Sustainable North Bay, University of California Cooperative Extension, WorldCentric, and more
Have a down home, thigh-slappin’ good ol’ time with:
Hey Everybody, it is a busy fall weekend. Saturday the 26th and Sunday the 27th, we are part of Weekend Along The Farm Trails.
From 1-3 (or until we run out) we will be sampling our Apple Pecan Crumble with Salted Caramel pie and we will be having a “guess the weight of the pie” contest, where you can win a t-shirt and other Petaluma Pie related prizes.
Also, too, Sunday the 27th is the Fall Antique Faire from 8-4 right here in Downtown Petaluma. So come on down, sample some pie, have some pie for lunch and shop for antiques.
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