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CALLING ALL KIDS ages 7-14! CoderDojo is Coming to Muscatine!

Starting this month, there’s a great new fun way to get your kids introduced to coding FOR FREE! CoderDojo Muscatine kicks off its inaugural event on Tuesday, October 7th in room 207, Gaekle Hall at Muscatine Community College.

About CoderDojo Muscatine

CoderDojo (www.coderdojo.com) is a volunteer-led, open source, and nonprofit global movement that teaches children how to code, make games, develop web sites, and create mobile applications. CoderDojos are set up to teach interested young people the skills that they need for programming.

Pre-registration is essential, with a maximum limit of 20 kids on a first come, first serve basis.

To register: email Caitlin Johnson @ CoderDojoMuscatine@gmail.com.

This is sponsored by: HNI, Musser Public Library, and Muscatine Community College.

All CoderDojo events are free. The venues are provided to us at no charge and mentors donate their time so that this inspiring opportunity can be provided to students for free.

 

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