Sun March 13, 2022 Fresno, CA 93720 US Directions
Events
Includes 1 Pi Day t-shirt

S.T.E.M. Display Booth

03/13 8:00AM PDT - 12:00PM PDT
Under 18 only $20 until 3/13

2 MILE

03/13 8:00AM PDT - 12:00PM PDT
Under 18 only $20 until 3/13

3.14 MILE

03/13 8:00AM PDT - 12:00PM PDT
Under 18 only $20 until 3/13

6.28 Mile

03/13 8:00AM PDT - 12:00PM PDT

Sponsor

03/13 7:00AM PDT
Events: Sponsor - Bronze Sponsor - Silver Sponsor - Gold Sponsor - Platinum
Place
Group Activity Area Woodward Park
7775 N Friant Rd
Fresno, CA US 93720
Description

The goal of our events is to get people outside, moving and having fun.  Running, Math and Pie enthusiasts come together at the Pi Day Run featuring run/walk distances of 2Mi, Pi (3.14) Miles, and 2Pi (6.28) Miles.  We invite Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math students or clubs to have a booth/display to be voted on by the participants.  Cash prizes will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place booths as voted for by our participants. Proceeds benefit a scholarship fund at CSU Fresno for STEM Majors.

  • 2Mi, 1Pi, and 2Pi distance run/walk
  • T-Shirt
  • Medal
  • Fruit Pi (several flavors)
  • Costume contest
  • STEM Fair
S.T.E.M. Students, Clubs, and Professionals

Tell us about your group, club, or organization.  Compete for the best STEM related booth/display.  Each runner/walker will vote for their favorite display.  Booths will be classified as youth (under 18), college, and professional.

Youth and college booths/displays compete for cash awards:

  • 1st Place $200
  • 2nd Place $100
  • 3rd Place $50
S.T.E.M. Sponsors

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math professionals, join us at our second annual Pi Day Run and introduce your company to the next generation of STEM students.  Sponsorships range from $250-$1000. Proceeds from this event benefit STEM scholarships at CSU Fresno.

Packet Pickup
Friday, March 11th @ 4:00p-6:30p
Break the Barriers parking lot
8555 N Cedar Ave, Fresno, CA 93720
Fresno, CA 93720
 
 
Race Day
Sunday, March 13th @ 8:00am-11:30am
Woodward Park: Group Activity Area
7775 N Friant Ave, Fresno, CA
 
T-Shirt
Shirt Front: Pocket Pi
Shirt Back: Mathematical Symbols pronounced:
 
                   "i 8 sum Pi” @ Pi Day Run
 
Registrations before March 10th are guaranteed a shirt.  After that, shirts sizes are available while supplies last.. 

Shirt below is from 2021.  This years shirt is a "Steel Blue" with similar design.

Complementary photos by Ploen Photos. Check out last years photos here!

Medal

2022 Pi Day Run Medal. 

Pi Day Bib
Covid Update

The Pi Day Run will be in person with Covid Protocol Safety Measures. Race safely and confidently with Sierra Cascades! We have successfully hosted several live racing events in 2020 and 2021 which follow health department approved safety plans. Please follow any Covid safety guidelines either listed here or communicated by email so that we can continue to bring you in person events! 

Fruit Pi(e)
Awards

1st, 2nd, 3rd place awards for male/female runners in the Pi (3.14) and 2Pi (6.28) mile distances.

1st, 2nd, 3rd place cash awards for youth and college booths/displays

Race Contact Info

If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.

 

All distances begin in the "Group Activity Area" inside the park just North of the Shinzen Friendship Garden. Follow the road North until you get to a sign that shows a 5k heading straight, and 2 Mile turning right.  Turn right at the sign and follow the cones 50 feet to the Eaton Trail  Turn Right onto the trail and hea South towards Friant/Audobon, then turn right on Audubon towards the park entrance. Turn RIGHT into the park and follow the road past the Shinzen Garden, and into the Group Activity Area.

The 2Pi, Pi, and 2 Mile participants start together in a staggerd start at designated wave times.  Walkers will merge into the Pi and 2Pi course, however participants should be sufficently spaced to allow runners to pass.

 

All distances begin in the "Group Activity Area" inside the park just North of the Shinzen Friendship Garden. Follow the road North for 0.7 miles keeping to the LEFT when you pass a sign that says "Friant Rd Exit". At 0.7 Miles, turn RIGHT onto a dirt trail heading towards the "Cow Loop". As you approach the "Cow Loop", turn RIGHT on to The Lewis Eaton Trail. Follow the trail past the compass and turn RIGHT.  Follow the Eaton Trail South heading back towards Friant/Audbon, then turn right on Audubon towards the park entrance. Turn RIGHT and follow the road past the Shinzen Garden, and into the Group Activity Area.

The 2Pi, Pi, and 2 Mile participants start together in a staggerd start at designated wave times.  Walkers will merge into the Pi and 2Pi course, however participants should be sufficently spaced to allow runners to pass.

Strollers: Note, you will have to travel approximately 200 feet on a dirt trail connecting the road to the Eaton Trail.

 

All distances begin in the "Group Activity Area" inside the park just North of the Shinzen Friendship Garden. Follow the road North for 0.7 miles keeping to the LEFT when you pass a sign that says "Friant Rd Exit". At 0.7 Miles, turn RIGHT onto a dirt trail heading towards the "Cow Loop". As you approach the "Cow Loop", turn RIGHT on to The Lewis Eaton Trail. Follow the trail past the compass and turn LEFT, heading North on the Eaton Trail.  Continue North for 1.55 miles and turn around, heading back towards Friant/Audbon, then turn right on Audubon towards the park entrance. Turn RIGHT and follow the road past the Shinzen Garden, and into the Group Activity Area.

The 2Pi, Pi, and 2 Mile participants start together in a staggerd start at designated wave times.  Walkers will merge into the Pi and 2Pi course, however participants should be sufficently spaced to allow runners to pass.

Strollers: Note, you will have to travel approximately 200 feet on a dirt trail connecting the road to the Eaton Trail.

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