Did someone say “Pie”? I mean, “Pi”?
That wonderful day of the year is coming up soon, when we celebrate Pi, known by the Greek letter “π.”
Pi is the constant value 3.14159… used to represent the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. The actual value of Pi has trillions of digits, but just the first few were used to decide that March 14th of each year should be declared “Pi Day.” Coincidentally, did you know that March 14th is also Albert Einstein’s birthday?
To celebrate Pi Day, the Randolph Roadrunners are hosting a walk at Eisenhower Park on the northwest side of San Antonio on Sunday, March 13th, and Monday, March 14th. Their club members will be at the park from 8:00 to 11:00 am both days to help walkers get registered, and every walker will receive a mini-pie while supplies last!
Martin Callahan snapped the picture below of Pat G. (left) and Ellen O. at the Randolph Roadrunners Pi Day walk last year at Crownridge Canyon, holding up the pies that they were giving out.
Please see the brochure below for all the details on this year’s walk.
This is a fun way to celebrate Pi Day and a great opportunity to hike in Eisenhower Park. The park provides scenic nature trails and great views of the surrounding area. We hope to see you there!