March 14 is internationally recognized as Pi Day but did you know that it was also Einstein’s birthday?
Pi Day 2021 Fun Events!
March 14 is falling on a Sunday this year! So, we are planning live fun events as well as other activities during the week of March 15  19). Here is the schedule:
EVENT/ACTIVITY  DATE & TIME  MEETING LINK  DESCRIPTION 
PI DAY LIVE: GAMES AND VIDEO EVENT Session 1 
MONDAY MARCH 15 9  10 AM 
Join Zoom Meeting 
A fun event filled with a game of Kahoot, watching videos and knowing more about Pi and Pies! Kahoot game participants will enter for a lucky draw to win a prize! 
'BAKE A PIE (PI)' LIVE EVENT 
MONDAY MARCH 15 10  11 AM 
Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 922 8632 0885 
Meet one of our Chefs, Chef Rory White from Centennial College's Hospitality department in a fun Pie Baking session! Feel free to bake alongside us in this PIELICIOUS DELICIOUS session as we also point out bits of math involved! Here is the Recipe link including the ingredient list for you to follow along! 
PI DAY LIVE: GAMES AND VIDEO EVENT Session 2 
MONDAY MARCH 15 11 AM  12 PM 
Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 953 5670 9267 
A fun event filled with a fun game of Kahoot, watching videos and knowing more about Pi and Pies! Kahoot game participants will enter for a lucky draw to win a prize! 
PI & MATH INSTAGRAM POSTS 
MONDAY, MARCH 15  FRIDAY, MARCH 19 
Enjoy all the fun Pi related Instagram posts throughout the week to celebrate Pi Day in a grand way! 

FAVOURITE PIE RECIPE CONTEST (INSTAGRAM POST) 
MONDAY, MARCH 15  FRIDAY, MARCH 19 
Watch out for the 'Favourite Pie Recipe Contest' on our Instagram Account. Post in the comments section of the Contest post + submit your participation in an online link (posted with the instagram post) to be entered for a Lucky draw for a prize! 
The symbol for π is the Greek letter p, for the perimeter. Pi (π) is used in mathematics to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Pi is an irrational number and is approximately equal to 3.141592653... The date March 14 (3/14) represents the first 3 digits of this interesting number. Up to now, over 22 trillion digits of Pi have been calculated on a computer!
Here is a video about the significance of Pi, its beautiful history and its infinite nature!
Pi Tape!
Some Fun Facts about Pi Day and Pi!
You can find your birthday within the digits of π by going to http://www.mypiday.com/.
Pi was mentioned in an episode of the Simpsons, where Apu demonstrates his amazing memory by memorizing decimal places of pi up to the digit 1, the 40000th digit.
Currently pi has been calculated to 22,459,157,718,361 decimal places, which took 105 days to compute, and filled 120TB of memory
A Chinese student holds the world record for remembering the value of Pi up to 67,890 digits.
Pi has been used regularly in mathematical sense for more than 250 years.