As easy as Pi: Celebrate math’s tastiest number & Einstein’s birthday the right way

Friday’s the one and only Pi Day/Einstein’s Birthday. But how should you celebrate? Of course you’ll be attending our Mixers & Elixirs party, but what are you going to do for the rest of the day?

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Here are some suggestions fit for (almost) everyone:

THE CUDDLE BUG

Who better to cuddle with on March 14 than the birthday boy himself?

THE SEAFARING MATHEMATICIAN

Wear your π-rate tee of course! No one solves equations out at sea like you. So make sure everyone knows with this shirt.

THE KNOW-IT-ALL

Why not memorize as many digits of Pi as you can? No one knows more than you, and here’s a great chance to remind them.

THE PERPETUALLY LATE

You’ve always got an excuse for being late – traffic, slept through your alarm, etc. – but today’s the perfect day to use relativity. You’re not late, you were actually moving so fast that time slowed down relative to everyone else [insert winky face here].

THE ANNOYING MORNING PERSON

Everyone hates your cheery disposition in the morning already. So why not take it a step further with some sage advice from Einstein?

THE MARIE ANTOINETTE TYPE

Who cares if it’s Pi Day? Cake’s your preferred dessert … AND it’s Einstein’s birthday. LET THEM EAT CAKE!

Expand your mind and your belly at Pi Day this Thursday!

Some people celebrate birthdays with cake. We tend to do things a little differently.

So when it comes to commemorating the birth of one Albert Einstein, we’re doing it with some flavor: celebrate Pi Day this Thursday, March 14 (3.14 — get it?) at either HMNS in Hermann Park or HMNS in Sugar Land. We’ll have crafts, activities, and Einstein-adoring Museum Store swag.

Celebrate Pi Day at both HMNS locations this 3.14!

We’ll even have pie (with an “e”!) on-hand from Pi Pizza and Oh My Pocket Pies at HMNS’ Hermann Park location. Come see us from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and feed your brain and your belly — it’s a genius idea.