Einstein’s birthday was March 14th !
the numeric equivalent of Pi!
Have you met someone who has recited Pi beyond 15,000 digits?
(i haven’t either but there’s no time like the present)
Have you seen a Rubik’s Cube solved in less than 10 seconds?
(nope but color me curious)
Have you met the top five international authorities on Einstein?
(clearly, that’s a BIG NO but in less than 2 weeks all that will change …)
The 2012 Pi Day Princeton & Geek Freak Weekend has grown beyond a rational event:
Free Trolley Tours
Pie Eating Contest
Dinky Rides with Einstein
Birthday Parties for Einstein
Sock-Hop with live music by Pi Fight
(Event benefits 101: a non-profit which assists PHS graduates in need of financial assistance for college)
Suzuki Violin Contest
(Youngest winner receives $314.159 courtesy of Coordinated Wealth Management)
(Youngest winner receives $314.159 courtesy of Pi Day Princeton)
Pi Recitation Contest
(Youngest winner receives $314.159 courtesy of MacLean Agency)
Einstein Look A Like Contest
(Youngest winner receives $314.159 courtesy of Princeton Chamber & CVB)
“Uranium & Peaches” dramatic performance
Pi Deals from Merchants
Pie Judging Contest
(50 first-come first-appointed residents will be judges this year!)
Have you visited a community event that proves everything is possible?
(Finally! A subject I feel like an expert!)
Come to 2012 Pi Day Princeton & Geek Freak Weekend. Enjoy the activities and see how Princeton residents, non-profit organizations, academic institutions and business communities work together brilliantly to celebrate math, science, music and Einstein!
March 9th thru 11th & March 14th