POCATELLO – The Idaho State University Physics Program will host Pi Day Physics at Pine Ridge Mall in Chubbuck on Wednesday, March 14, from 5 to 7 p.m. for interactive science challenges and demonstrations and a chance for participants to eat a free slice of pie.
Kids ages 5-16 will be awarded a slice of pie, donated by Albertsons and Fred Meyer, if they can successfully complete a science challenge. There will be different science challenges for different age groups.
March 14 is Albert Einstein’s Birthday and Pi-Day. In honor of this day, there will be physics demonstrations and challenging activities for all ages, some of which will feature bowling balls, vortex cannons, levitation, and more.
This event, which is sponsored by Pine Ridge Mall and Idaho State University, is free and open to the public. For more information on this event, contact ISU physics Professor Steve Shropshire at 282-2212 firstname.lastname@example.org.