Thursday, March 14th (3.14), is Pi(e) Day!
This celebration of community, local food, pie, and nerdy mathematics will feature:
*A wide selection of sweet and savory pies for you to enjoy, baked by your Pi(e) Day Baking Team
*DJ Dianamatic on the ones and twos
*Pi(e) Walk, walked in circumference 2pi(e)(r) for a pie prize
*Drinks from The Dunes' full bar to wash down that pie
*Copies of The Runcible Spoon & PIE. A Hand Drawn Almanac for sale
$7/person suggested donation to benefit Common Good City Farm, a community-based urban farm in D.C.
If possible, please bring your own plates and utensils to help us cut down on costs and waste.
Pi(e) Day, is an internationally celebrated holiday that celebrates the mathematical constant pi on the day of its numeral namesake, March 14th (3.14). The United States House of Representatives supported the designation of Pi(e) Day in 2009.
Organizer of DC’s Pi(e) Day, Emily Hilliard, who put on a similar event in DC last year, says that the day extends beyond math, and becomes a great celebration of community through pie. “The traditional pie social has been bringing groups of people together through home-baked dessert for years. Pi(e) Day expands upon the typical pie social, but adds a nerdy math element, where you can expound on the idea of pie as a circular form C=2piR that circles communities together. Common Good City Farm is the perfect partner for this year’s event, as their work seeks to facilitate healthy and vibrant DC communities through local food.” Hilliard writes the pie blog www.nothinginthehouse.com where you can find more information about this year’s event and past Pi(e) Days.