$1 per throw with all proceeds to benefit the Princeton Educational Fund Teacher Mini-Grant Program.
Albert Einstein’s birthday is March 14 – or 3.14, the numeric equivalent of Pi. So come celebrate with us as we participate in Princeton Pi Day!
9:00 a.m. — Pie Eating Contest at McCaffrey’s in the Princeton Shopping Center – 301 North Harrison Street – moderated by Princeton comedic celebrity, Adam Bierman. Contestant Age Groups: Youth 4-8 and 9-13; Teens 14-18 and Adults 19 and above. There is no advanced registration. Simply arrive by 8:45 a.m. and report to the second floor inside McCaffrey’s to compete in this hysterical event. There is no registration for these hysterical events!
10:00 a.m.— SHHHHHH!!!!! We’re having a Surprise Birthday Party for Albert Einstein at Morven Museum and Gardens – 55 Stockton Street – Arrive on time to help get ready for Albert’s big birthday bash! Albert thinks he’s arriving to see the incredible exhibit inside the museum only to find the museum dark. After he thinks he’s gotten lost again, his favorite 4yrs, 5yrs, 6yrs olds spring into action to sing Happy Birthday, watch him blow out 136 candles and share a piece of cake provided by McCaffrey’s! All little genius must pre-register for this popular event since space is limited. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot today!
10:30 a.m. & 2:00 p.m. – World Premiere of“The Future” with Selan Lerner – 10 Palmer Square at the piano inside the 2nd Floor Lobby of the Historic Nassau Inn. Selan is an American musician, singer, songwriter, composer, arranger, musical director and producer who has worked with Adele, Toni Braxton, Rihanna, Miley Cyrus, Sting, Alejandro Sanz, Stevie Wonder and Roberta Flack. He is known for combining electronic, pop, and soul music, possesses perfect pitch and musical total recall, also known as eidetic memory. He is launching his first solo album on Pi Day but participants of Pi Day Princeton will hear songs prior to the release date. Selan was introduced to Pi at a young age and has held a fascination for its literal and symbolic meaning: “The fact that the numerical sequence of Pi is infinite corresponds with the underlying message in my album entitled, “The Future”. The future is filled with the prospect of infinite possibilities. What will we do as humankind to steer things in the right direction? Will we continue to allow corruption, inequality and suffering to exist, especially when core of the motives are profit and hate?”