People make Pi Day fun, primarily by eating pie (be it fruit or pizza) and by throwing pies. There are also competitions on who can recite Pi to the highest number of decimal places!
If you’re a bit traditional, here’s a Pi Day Apple Pie recipe from Family Fun Canada.
If you’re not much of a baker yourself and you happen to live in Calgary, AB, you can celebrate Pi Day with Pi pies! The Pie Junkie and Bakery delivers or you can pick up from one of their 3 locations. See their website for all options: https://piejunkie.ca/
Check your local bakery, they may be creating something Pi-like, too!
Participating Blaze Pizza locations in Alberta, BC and Ontario are offering rewards members an 11-inch Simple Pie or 11-inch 1-Top Pepperoni Pizza for $3.14. The reward can be used online or in-restaurant .
Creative Aging Awareness Day was held at the Rotary Centre for the Arts (RCA) in Kelowna, BC on Friday June 20, 2014. Its mission was “A day-long celebration of your creative life to examine the role that creative expression can play in promoting engagement, healing and wellness for all ages.”
On the approach, I saw HeART Fit painters. HeART Fit is a free drop-in session of Spontaneous Process Painting every Tuesday at the RCA.
It was very busy inside with musical entertainment and creative arts filling the main floor.