Pi Day Princeton – Saturday, March 9th & Thursday, March 14th
Einstein was born on March 14th – 3.14 – the numeric equivalent of Pi! Every year the town of Princeton celebrates with an irrational number of events! Pie Eating, Pie Judging, Pie Throwing, Pi Recitation, Pizza Pie and Cupcake Decorating Contests! Events with prize money are for contestants 12 yrs and younger!
Every year the town of Princeton celebrates with an irrational number of events! Pie Eating, Pie Judging, Pie Throwing, Pi Recitation, Pizza Pie and Cupcake Decorating Contests!
- Einstein Look A Like Winner receives $314.15!
- Pre-Teen Pi Recitation Winner receives $314.15!
- Pizza Pie Contest winner receives free pizza for a year!
- Cupcake Contest winner receives free cupcakes for a year!
- Best Apple Pie professional chef gets bragging rights for a year!
- Memorization suggestions from the first champion to break 10,000 digits
- Seth Fletcher, chief features editor at Scientific American, will speak about his new book, Einstein’s Shadow
- Free Motown Inspired Live Musical Performance!
Full schedule of events: HERE!
For the non- competitive types, there are Surprise Birthday Parties and Dinky Rides with Einstein, a Pi-Rade, story time and book signing, professionally guided tour of Einstein’s neighborhood. Adults can enjoy a guided Pub Crawl! Be sure to head to Landau’s at 102 Nassau Street to get commemorative tees!
Princeton is honored to host the world to celebrate our most beloved Princeton genius!
Princeton Tour Company & Nassau Inn
Yankee Doodle Tap Room, McCaffrey’s SuperMarket, Princeton Pi, Princeton Black Squirrel Promotions, Palmer Square, Landau’s, Princeton Public Library, Historical Society of Princeton, House of Cupcakes & Paul Robeson Center for the Arts