Hey 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.
Passover and Easter are just around the corner. People are already starting to place their orders. If you want to ensure you get that special pie, please place your order ahead on our website, on the phone 707-766-6743 (7mmm-Pie) or in the shop!
Wowie Zowie, Everybody, Pi Day is just around the corner! That’s right, this coming Tuesday, 3-14, is our annual celebration of the infinite and irrational mathematical constant and ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, Pi.
Enter our Pi-Ku contest online http://www.petalumapiecompany.com/pi-day/ or in the store. The deadline in 3:14 pm on March 14th.
Also, if you need pie for your Pi Day celebration (which you probably do need) PLEASE pre-order. We get extremely busy on Pi Day and want to make sure everyone can get a pie. You can order online or in the shop.
If you are getting married this year, congratulations! If you need pie for your wedding, you’d better start planning now. Pretty much as soon as the new year started, we have been getting a huge influx of wedding inquiries. We can only do so many each weekend, so you’ll want to stake a claim as soon as you can.
Where to begin? It’s easy, just go to our website and fill out our handy Event Inquiry form and we will get in touch with you to answer all of your wedding pie questions.
Today, January 15th, is the birthday of Martin Luther King Jr. Not only did he speak out against segregation and racism, he also spoke out against war and economic inequality. Here are some of his speeches you can listen to or read. While our nation has made much progress since his day, there is still quite a way to go.
Across the nation, people are observing his birthday in different ways. Many are participating in a day of service, while others are protesting against injustice.
We are open Sunday and Monday, so you can pick up some pie. Martin Luther King Jr.’s favorite was pecan.
Hey Everybody, The Bay Area division of the the National Weather Service is warning that a significant storm is headed to the area. Light rain is expected to begin Saturday. That means you need to stock up on pie! We have take and bake savory pies available as well as sweet pies. Make sure you have enough pies for 3 days!
Also, make sure you have batteries, flashlights, sandbags, and be safe!
Just a note to say we will be closed Tuesday January 3rd and Wednesday January 4th for maintenance. We will re-open for our regular hours starting Thursday January 5th.
Thank you and Happy New Year!