Wednesday, March 14th, 2018, (3/14) is Pi Day. Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. The number starts with 3.14, but it goes on for infinity.
Learn about a few special deals for Pi Day, below. More will be added as they’re announced.
I can consistently remember just 3 digits of Pi, which obviously is nothing to brag about.
However, my friend, graphic designer Lyndsay Cooper, is famous for memorizing Pi. Three years ago, at a party, with no warning, I asked her to recite Pi for me and she recited the first 50 digits. And that’s only because she was unprepared. In high school she was champion of a Pi memorizing contest and memorized many more. Video below.
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The Third Place: Coffee, Community, Common Ground
Stop by The Third Place, 1609 East 5th Street, for your coffee and get a free slice of pie while they last! Not familiar with this great local spot? Read all about The Third Place. Everything there is “pay what you can!”
2nd and Charles
The bookstore 2nd and Charles, 5331 South Boulevard, is giving away free McDonald’s pies starting at 6 p.m., while supplies last. No purchase necessary.
Bring in this Pi Day coupon, buy a pot pie and a drink, and get a second pot pie for free.
Pizzas are $3.14 all day. All orders must be made in-restaurant and are limited to one $3.14 pizza per order. There are two locations of Blaze in Charlotte and one in Concord. Find your closest Blaze Pizza here.
Your Pie is celebrating Pi Day by offering $3.14 pizzas all day. One $3.14 pie per person. No call-in or or online orders. Your Pie CLT is at 2400 South Boulevard.
Get three sweet potato pies for $3.14. at Charlotte area Bojangles’. The pies aren’t round, but let’s overlook that. Beginning Sunday, March 11, check Twitter for Pi-themed math questions. Answer one question correctly and you’ll be entered into a drawing to win Bojangles’ gift cards, logoed gear and more. Questions will be created by teachers in South Carolina, where Bojangles’ supports South Carolina Future Minds. Find your closest Bojangles’.