Pi Day: Where and How to Celebrate Einstein’s Birthday
What was Albert Einstein’s favorite dessert? Why Pi, naturally. No matter how you slice it, the sum of Pi Day is fun.
March 13 (or 3.14), the worlds of science and silliness come together to celebrate Pi (Greek letter “p”). This annual event is a great excuse to get your family engaged in the infinite fun found in the exploration of science and mathematics.
Also factoring into the 25th annual celebration of Pi Day is the fact that this year marks what would have been Albert Einstein’s 134th birthday. Talk about a teachable moment! Many science centers, museums, university campuses and schools will be multiplying the fun of Pi Day with special events.