Online registration is closed for this event. If available, tickets on the day of the event may incur an additional charge.

Come play!  Momath's Enigmaster, Pradeep Mutalik, will present puzzles and solutions that are cool, simple to understand, and memorable. The Enigmaster will explore several of his favorite puzzles, both mechanical and mathematical, to demonstrate how the joy of solving puzzles can be key to instilling a lifelong love of mathematics and general problem-solving. Grapple with your own puzzle as the Enigmaster provides hints and tips, leading you toward the Aha! moment of discovery.  Admission is limited, so register soon for this edition of Family Fridays, appropriate for people of all ages 8 and up -- kids and adults alike are sure to enjoy.

Dr. Pradeep Mutalik, a.k.a the Enigmaster, is the curator of the Enigma Café and a research scientist at Yale Medical School.  He is also known as the founder of the New York Times “Numberplay” weekly math puzzle blog, which he authored for three years.

Sign up below to receive a featured puzzle to use and then take home as an engaging memento of what promises to be a memorable evening.  (Anyone who does not sign up for a puzzle must bring their own peg solitaire set to use instead.)

December 13, 2013 6:30 pm   through   8:00 pm
National Museum of Mathematics
11 East 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
United States
Phone: (212) 542-0566
Event Fee(s)
Registration fee with puzzle (Non-member) $ 27.00
Registration fee with puzzle (Member) $ 24.00
Registration fee, bring your own puzzle (Non-member) $ 12.00
Registration fee, bring your own puzzle (Member) $ 10.00