1. Use the "How Far Can You PI?" link to open the "SFPL Pi Practice Sheet".
2. Memorize as many digits as possible. Use one of the options to the right to make your daily entry. You can participate once a every day in March, but only once per day.
3. Progress and rankings will be tracked on the “How Far Can You Pi?” events page on our Facebook.
1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes will be awarded for the most digits memorized.
The prize is…PIE!
⦁1st prize – A whole pie courtesy of Rouses Market, Spanish Fort
⦁2nd & 3rd prize- A slice of Cheryl's famous Dream pie, courtesy of Cheryl's Cafe, Spanish Fort
*Contest runs March 1st-30th, and the winners will be announced on Facebook the 1st week in April.
Record a short video of yourself or your child reciting Pi as far past the decimal point as you can memorize. Use Facebook Messenger to send the video to Spanish Fort Public Library. *****PLEASE include the name of the person reciting Pi, the person's age, the parent's name if the person is under the age of 16, and let us know if you DO NOT WANT the video posted to SFPL's Facebook page.
Call SFPL at 215-410-READ(7323) to leave your entry as a voicemail message. ********Please begin your voice message with the name of participant, the age of participant, and the name of participant's parent if they are younger than 16 years old.
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