Sycamore library celebrates Pi Day
SYCAMORE – Larry Zevnik was a bit nervous going into the Sycamore Public Library’s pie-eating contest Thursday.
“This is going to be ugly,” said Zevnik, head of adult services at the library. “I’ve never done a pie-eating contest before.”
The contest was part of Sycamore Public Library’s second annual Pi Day celebration, which recognizes the mathematical constant of the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter, 3.14. In addition to the pie-eating competition and a pie-tasting contest, the library, at 103 E. State St., held an Albert Einstein look-alike contest in honor of the scientist’s birthday, which also falls on March 14.
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