Get Your Geeky Groove On Celebrating Pi Day On Thursday
3.14 get it? Well lots of folks do and there are a couple of ways around Bangor to celebrate.
In case you'd like to learn more because you were sleeping through high school math class there is a special site PiDay.org which explains:
Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159.
Bet you feel smarter now. So what kind of pies can be included in your day? Whoopie pies, Pizza pies, Dessert pies, Shepard's pie. Pot pies or any other edible that claims the title of being Pie. So what's happening around town to participate in Pi Day?
- For teens Grades 6 through 12, Cook's Corner program is for "foodies" who love to cook and talk about food. This program at the Bangor Public Library contains cooking demonstrations, creating recipes, and, of course, tasting all of the food we make! On Pi Day, they will making delicious pie recipes on Thursday at 4 PM.
- Dysart's restaurants will be offering pie slices for $3.14 you choose the flavor.