Pi(e)Ku Contest!

Join us to celebrate the infinite and irrational mathematical constant and ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, Pi on March 14th! Why March 14th? Because 3.14, that’s why.

As usual, we will be baking pies with the π symbol on them (don’t forget to place an order ahead, as we usually get slammed) and we will be having our Pi(e) Ku contest, which you can enter online (below) or in our shop. Poems in the Haiku format about pi, pie or both are what we are looking for. Winners will be announced on Pi Day, Wednesday March 14th and prizes will be given out. You could win a gift card valued at $31.41!

The deadline to enter is end of the day March 13th (the day before Pi Day). Winners will be announced online on twitter @petalumapie , instagram @petalumapie and facebook and notified by email at 3:14pm on Wednesday March 14th (Pi Day).

Pi(e)ku Contest Entry Form

Please write your pi(e)ku here. A pi(e)ku is a haiku about pi, the number and/or pie, the food. A haiku uses three lines of up to 17 syllables, traditionally in "5–7–5" form.

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If you wrote your pi(e)ku on paper, you can scan or take a picture and upload it here. Maximum size 10MB, jpg, jpeg, png or gif

If you win, we need your email address to let you know.

If you prefer, we can call or text you if you win.

I understand that this poem may be displayed, with attribution, online or in the shop at Petaluma Pie Company. By submitting this poem online, I authorize the reproduction and display of this poem by Petaluma Pie Company.

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