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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Celebrate Pi Day at the Maryland Science Center - March 14th, Noon-4PM

Usually I don’t like copying and pasting press releases, but I just HAD to share this one with you because it’s such a gem :) Quick synopsis: Maryland Science Center is celebrating Pi Day on March 14th, from Noon-4pm. Oh yes, and it will include a pie-eating contest!

Check out the details below:
Parents should round up their kids, take a digression from their usual weekend plans, and find the best root to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor on Sunday, March 14 when the Maryland Science Center will host its annual Pi Day celebration in honor of π, the mathematical symbol for the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter.

Visitors can participate in multiple activities including a pie-eating contest with Key Lime pies donated by Morton’s The Steakhouse, a hula-hoop endurance challenge, (because it’s a circle!) and show off their Pi memorization skills in a fun competition, and listen to Pi related music all day.

All events are free with paid admission to the Maryland Science Center.

The Maryland Science Center

601 Light Street

Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. F

For information and ticket prices, visit or call the 24-Hour Information Line at 410-685-5225.

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