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Ode to Pi the Septenary Celebration

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14 March 2019, 17:00 - 19:00

PI day is nearing again.  Time for another event.

We have an affinity for math and wanted to celebrate pi day again.  Coordinates lead to a local restaurant--all participants are responsible for their own food and beverage.  No math skills needed to attend event. We will be at GZ beginning at 5:00 PM and end around 7:00 PM. Please RSVP so we can get an idea of seating space needed.


"An Ode to pi" or  "A Mathematician's Fantasy"
~A Shakespearean Sonnet~
  • by Bryan Beyer
  • Oh pi, every night I think of you,
    Your perfect circles wander through my dreams.
    I would like to deny it, but its true,
    Forever I will adore you, it seems.
    Squares just can't shape up; triangles are lame.
    A heptagon is just too hard to draw,
    Each hexagon looks exactly the same.
    But I will not forget the time I saw
    That enchanting ratio in your eyes.
    Your diameter to circumference
    Will never change, would not dare to surprise,
    And that, dear pi, makes all the difference.
    I commit you to my heart evermore-
    Alas, my pi, you are three-point-one-four

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