SciFest Pi Run at Randolph College
March 14 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Join us for a 3.14 mile fun run/walk and pie for all! Free and open to the public. March 14 is Pi Day! Pi Day represents the first three digits of Pi and is Einstein’s birthday.
We will start at Randolph College’s Main Hall (front campus) at 6:00 pm sharp. The first 150 registered get a free t-shirt and all finishers get a piece of pi(e)!
The course is GPS measured and runs from Main Hall, front campus, heads left on Rivermont Avenue, stay on sidewalk left to Norfolk Avenue, and then left again to the Randolph College track, does a U-Turn and heads back up past front campus and along Rivermont all the way to VES Road. Turn around at the stop sign at the top of VES. Trace your way back to front campus, and finish in front of Main Hall. This is a funrun and traffic will not be stopped. You must stay on sidewalks the whole way and give way to traffic at intersections. We will ask you to sign a waiver when you arrive, and this will entitle you to your free t-shirt and the opportunity to win door prizes!
Parking is available on Rivermont Avenue, in Bell Parking Lot on North Princeton Circle, and in the College lots on Norfolk Avenue.
We will run rain or shine! In extreme weather (lightning or ice), check the I Love Randolph Science Facebook page for status.
Don’t miss it, it will be great fun to run and appreciate pi(e).