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Pi to Die For

We’re sending this extra Appetizer your way with tempting events for pie lovers and gardeners too.


This Shaker Lemon Pie from the Niles Pie Company proudly announces Pi Day.

In this newsletter:

●   Infinite Fun on Pi Day
●   Get Your Hands Dirty

 

Don't miss our new Spring issue, where you can read about a thriving food partnership at Willard Middle School and a portable classroom kitchen. Click on the cover image above for the online version.

Cover art: "Magic Tractor"
by Margo Rivera-Weiss.

 




 
Infinite Fun on Pi Day

Niles Pie Co. offers a special Pi Day t-shirt designed by Dave Longey and modeled here by Ron Warnecke.
Right: The Niles Pie Co. stand at the Niles Farmers' Market in Fremont. Photos courtesy of Niles Pie Co.

Still scared of math? Well, no significant math skills are needed when you join Niles Pie Company for Pi Day. But just in case you're interested, here's a refresher: pi = 3.14159… More importantly, for the moment, is the fact that Pi Day is always on 3/14. This year, however, we have a High Pi Day, since it’s 3/14/15. Visit the Niles Pie shop in Union City or the new Niles Farmers' Market in Fremont on March 14 for pi-related fun including prizes for reciting pi to the furthest digit. Niles Pie Company also hosts a Jazz & Pi Dinner featuring live music plus savory pot pies, empanadas, Shaker Lemon Pie, Double Chocolate Pie, and more. Info: here.

Jazz & Pi Dinner
Saturday March 14, 6–8pm
Niles Pie Company
32990 Alvarado-Niles Rd, Ste 960, Union City 

 
Get Your Hands Dirty


 All gardeners are invited to free workshops at Alameda's Ploughshares Nursery.

Ploughshares Nursery offers two free gardening workshops to get you planting. Fruit Tree Care, led by nursery manager Jeff Bridge, includes a hands-on demo of pruning citrus and other fruit trees and info on best practices for fruit tree care, including unique hybrids. Spring Vegetable Gardening offers hands-on demos of double digging, seed sowing, and planting from starts followed by discussion of seasonally appropriate plants, seed starting, soil care, sun conditions, and pest/disease control. Workshop participants receive a 20% discount on certain garden items. Info: 510.755.1102 or here.
 
Fruit Tree Care Workshop
Saturday March 14, 11am–12:30pm

Spring Vegetable Gardening 
Saturday March 28, 11am–1pm

Location for both workshops: 
Ploughshares Nursery 
2701 Main St, Alameda

 
 
Ploughshares Nursery cat Papa snuggles up next to his favorite magazine.
Photos courtesy of Ploughshares Nursery.
  
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