"Pi Across America"

Don't be a square!  Join the year-round celebration of one of math's most fantastic numbers -- pi!  Teachers (and others) note there are three magic "pi dates" -- Spring/Summer/Fall -- circling around each year's calendar: (1) "pi day" on March 14 (3/14); (2) July 22 (22 divided by 7 is the closest whole number approximation of pi and we hear it is an especially popular day to celebrate pi in Europe); and, (3) the 314th day of the year, November 10 (November 9 in Leap Years).

So circle the wagons!  Cut corners.  Check out our cool website. Celebrate pi.  Click our "Like" button below and share your well-rounded events with others.  Roll on!







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Pi Across America is a celebration of one of mathematics most intriguing and storied numbers.  Come browse our site -- it's free -- and learn more about the ratio between a circle's diameter and circumference, an endless, irrational number that has challenged mathematicians for thousands of years.

Register! it's free! We will include you with our growing list of well rounded individuals who appreciate the power of pi! Also like us on Facebook, so we can expand our circle of friends and share more wonderful ways folks celebrate Pi.