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21st Century PI Day in NoVAGO

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Hidden : Saturday, 14 March 2015
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OK, somebody has to get the PI ball rolling (after all everyone says pis are round - but we all know they are square) and I figure it might as well be me ;)
It is time for THE PI DAY Event in Northern Virginia for the 21st Century ...
Come one come all and celebrate the day ...

I love events, they are a time to put faces on the caching names, revive old friendships, meet new cachers, make new friends, chow down on some pretty tasty food and desserts. Of course there are also many caches in the area that are just begging to be found before and after the eats are done, and not to mention the occasional puzzle hint that may just be dropped in casual conversation ...

Who: ----> Why YOU, of course ...

When: ---> Saturday March 14th 9:26:53 AM (3.14159265359 for you geeks out there)
It's breakfast in the food Court and hopefully there will be some pie to share as an added bonus

Where: --->Wegman's Food Court
45131 Columbia Place,
Sterling, VA 20166

A family friendly atmosphere, perfect for gathering and chatting with a group of cachers, and eating all that food ... and did I mention desserts?? It will be a great time and we are looking forward to seeing everyone ...

If you are a Geocacher in the state of Virginia, please join
the Northern Virginia Geocaching Organization. This is a great way
to get the most out of Geocaching in our region.
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