Scratch Day - and Our 2nd Birthday Bash! May 13 at WWU Center/OC-Poulsbo
Saturday, May 13, 2017 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM (PDT)
Scratch Day is a global network of events that celebrates Scratch — and the young people who code and create with it. During Scratch Day, kids and adults gather to share projects and learn from one another. Scratch Days can be for beginners or for more experienced Scratchers.
West Sound CoderDojo also turns two years old! Our first session was May 2015, and we are excited to celebrate our 2nd anniversary. Join us for coding fun, refreshments, and prizes!
NOTICE: You will be added to our mailing list for future announcements (average: 1-2x per week). You can also request an invite to our West Sound CoderDojo or West Sound Techies/Kitsap Code Club Facebook Groups, which are secret and require administrator approval. Our website is another place to get info and updates.
Logistics - WWU Center at Olympic College, Poulsbo
There will be security on site. Do not wander the campus or building.
No drop ins. Please let family and friends know they must register even if they are only coming for a short time. This is important for liability and security reasons.
Top bullet points
- Suggested Ages: Everyone! Skill Levels: All.
- Bring a laptop. You can bring a tablet but some content will not run on them.
- Students who are 18 and under must have Parent/Guardian (or Volunteering Parent) registered with them. NO EXCEPTIONS.
- Parent/Guardian must remain throughout the class. It's a great opportunity to learn with and/or help your child.
- Avoid last minute cancellations or no-shows. Common courtesy is appreciated.
- We are unable to cancel or update your registration. Eventbrite is a self-serve tool. To cancel your own registration, go to your ticket and "Manage Order".
- Have fun!!!
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When & Where
West Sound CoderDojo | West Sound Techies | Kitsap Code Club | Kitsap Women in Tech
West Sound CoderDojo: We teach kids ages 7-18 (and their parents) to code for FREE.
- West Sound Techies: Anyone interested in technology, education, and innovation. Many are former WSTA members and friends.
- Kitsap Women in Tech (KWIT): Women currently or formerly in a STEM field, or those who are just interested. Informal meetups, information sharing, and mentoring opportunities.
- Kitsap Code Club: Adults who want to learn, teach, or just work on code during our West Sound CoderDojo sessions
All activities are under the umbrella of West Sound Technology Association, a nonprofit educational 501c3.