**Reason to celebrate: March 14, 2020 is National Pi Day.**

3.141592653589793238462643383… That’s (a part of) the amount being celebrated on Pi Day! Pi (no, not cake) may be the relationship between your diameter and circumference of the circle, along with a mathematical constant.

*Pi Day Die Day Stalking Soon!*

The film takes place on March 14th, **Pi Day**, whereon a serial killer is on the loose in the fictional small Ohio town of Euclid Falls. The students of Euclid High fear for their lives as their classmates disappear, falling victim to this elusive **...**

*When is Pi Day 2016?*

These holidays often have some events, freebies and even food tied in with it. Of course, March is home to Saint Patrick's Day, but it is also known for another more mathematical day: **Pi Day**. However, many people don't know when **Pi Day** is, so when is it?

*Celebrate National Pie Day With This Stunning Creation from Four & Twenty ...*

To properly honor Pie Day (not to be confused with **Pi Day** each March 14), we're making the incredible Salted Caramel Apple Pie from popular Brooklyn, N.Y.C.-based shop Four & Twenty Blackbirds. Try the recipe below—your taste buds will thank you.

*National Pie Day 2016: Find a Golden Ticket to win a year's worth of Mama Jo's Pie*

CLEVELAND, Ohio – As if we needed another reason to eat pie, the National Pie Council has designated Saturday, Jan. 23, as National Pie Day. Yes, National Pie Day -- not to be confused with the more irrational **Pi Day** on March 14 (as in 3.14...), when **...**

*Pi Day Commemorative Package*

This year **Pi Day** is significant because the date, (3-14-15) hour, (9 hr) minute (26 min) and second (5 sec) will reflect the first 9 digits of Pi (3.14159265)! To commemorate this special and significant year for **Pi Day** enthusiasts we've compiled 3 of **...**

*Happy Pi Day! Here Are Some of the Wackiest Celebrations*

March 14 (3/14) is celebrated annually as **Pi Day** because the date resembles the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter — 3.14 for short. And this year's date syncs up with the first four digits after the decimal point, so 3.14.15 looks a **...**

**March 14, 2020 is also** Potato Chip Day, Moth-er Day