Princeton Pi Day

Mark your calendars, Princeton Pi Day (or weekend) is almost here! This fun family event celebrates Einstein’s birthday (3/14) which just so happens to be the numeric equivalent of Pi.  This annual tradition was founded by Mimi Omiecinski of the Princeton Tour Company and, like everything Mimi does, is loads of fun. Events begin on Thursday evening March 13th and run through to Saturday evening, March 15th. Our favorite is the Einstein look-a-like contest. People seem to come out of the woodwork for this one and it is always good fun!  There will also be interesting lectures, book signings by academic celebrities and authors, a kid’s violin exhibition, pie eating contest, pie throwing and walking tours of Einstein’s favorite hangouts, to name just a few.  There are so many fun events to choose from that we suggest you go to http://www.pidayprinceton.com/ and check them all out! Advanced registration is recommended as this is a popular event. In short, don’t miss out; there is something for everyone! Cheers, Sig&Syl

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