What: A free digital media lab for teens ages 12 to 19 featuring tons of hardware and software.
Where: In the Level 4 Community Technology Center at the Central Library
When: Monday-Friday, 3-6 p.m. and Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Saturday, September 26, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.
Learn to use a sewing machine and read a pattern to create attractive, durable bags out of recycled banner material. You'll get to take yours home! Girls Only, ages 10-19.
Every Saturday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. starting September 19
Due to popular demand and generally being awesome, the CoderDojo is back! In case you missed it last time, the dojo is a place where young people ages 7-19 can learn to code and develop websites, apps, programs, games, and more in a fun and social environment. This program is almost entirely volunteer-run by local developers and programmers!
There's going to be a couple changes this session:
Due to limited space/computers, we do ask that ninjas register to attend. See you at the dojo!
DevCamp 2.0 was several week-long summer camps on web development for teens ages 12-19 offered by the ideaLAB. These camps were held during the summer of 2015. Learn more...
A big thank you to our DevCamp 2.0 community partners!
For DevCamp 2.0 each group was asked to pick a problem facing their community and to come up with a website that would help solve that problem. Here is what they developed:
Hadley, June 2015
Hadley, July 2015
Central, July 2015
Learn more about DevCamp, a two-week crash course in web development for teens that was held during the summer of 2014. And be sure to check out the sites the teens developed:
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Learn how to create awesome stuff! These project ideas are a great way to earn badges, too:
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