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*DATE: August 21st & 22nd, 2014*
*TIME: 5:00pm - 8:00pm (PST) on each day*
LOCATION: Rooms 1 & 2, Level 4, The Seattle Central Library,[masked]th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104

*FOR DJANGO CARROTS, PYTHON & JAVASCRIPT WORKSHOPS, PLEASE BRING: Your own laptops and chargers! *If you don’t have your own laptop, please let us know and we can help.


Come and celebrate hands-on making and web literacy at this collaborative event hosted by Geek Girls Carrots, Pacific Science Center and The Seattle Public Library. 

For teens, ages 12 and up, and adults. 

This event is FREE and registration is not required.

This Maker Party is for YOU! 

At Hive Seattle's Pop-Up Maker Party, you will learn web literacy and how to program with Python and JavaScript languages. You'll also get the chance to improve the Django Carrots Tutorials and explore other programming languages. And get creative with the basics of binary! Participants will learn how binary can represent numbers, letters and pictures, and will get to make and take a personalized binary bracelet. 

You'll come away with new knowledge and resources that will empower you to continue learning!

Come join us! 


DAY 1: 

RM 1: 5pm-8pm 
Python, Django Carrots 
Brainstorming/Mini-Hackathon for Startups

RM 2: 5pm-8pm 
Intro to Building and Programming Robots workshop by S.P.I.N. 
Pacific Science Center Basics of Binary

DAY 2: 

RM 1: 5pm-6:50pm 
Python, Django Carrots (continue) 
Javascript (continue) 
Brainstorming/Mini-Hackathon for Startups (continue)

RM 2: 5pm-6:50pm 
Advance Robotics: using RI/O Bot, RaaSIO's Arduino-based Robotics by S.P.I.N. 
Pacific Science Center Basics of Binary

ONLY ON DAY 2:  Rm 1 or 2 6:50-7:45pm

*Special Lightning Talks* 

Rex St. John (Developer Evangelist from Intel ) - Internet of Things and Intel’s hardware and helping out with mentorship guidance for hacker / maker projects. 

Clarissa Sandiego - TaseBuddy 

Diana Pham -  Dino Hulk 

Jon Madamba - Building STEAM as a Community by S.P.I.N.   

*Lightning Talks -- big ideas, questions, startups, pitches, information, knowledge, and compelling stories etc. (3-5 mins) & Q&A (5mins).

*We are still accepting submissions for the Lightning Talks. If you are interested in giving one please email [masked]


GGC Team!

Maker Party is Mozilla's global campaign to teach the web. Through thousands of community-run events around the world, Maker Party unites educators, organizations and enthusiastic web users with hands-on learning and making.

This event is made possible by our amazing mentors, volunteers and Hive Learning Networks.

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  • Sanda

    Please also a big THANK YOU to … Our wonderful collaborators:
    Seattle Central Library
    Pacific Science Center
    Hive Learning Networks
    Intel Mashery
    Geek Girls Carrots Coding Mentors:
    Nathalie Steinmetz
    Steven Chith

    Gary Hawkins
    Marek Stepniowski Speakers:
    Rex St. John
    Clarissa Sandiego
    Jon Madamba
    Diana Pham Volunteers:
    Denise Youth Documentor:
    Walter Stanton

    1 · August 26, 2014

  • Sanda

    Hey Everyone! It was so great to see you all. And THANK YOU!!! It was such a great event, especially because of you--our movers, shakers and makers! We are so thrilled to have successfully pulled off our inaugural Maker Party Pop-Up Seattle at the Seattle Central Library with amazing collaborators, mentors, partners, volunteers and YOU!

    Here's a report out page we made with Mozilla Thimble:

    Please continue to have Maker Parties with your friends, families and communities. You can do it! Here’s how:

    Also, we’d love to hear from you about how we can make this an even more helpful and fun program for you next time around. Here’s how you can send your feedback:

    Can’t wait to have you all come out again for our next event!

    1 · August 26, 2014

  • Pat T.

    Parking will be bad this afternoon, so take the bus if possible!

    August 22, 2014

    • Lisa S

      Yes thx for reminder. Seahawks game tonight.

      August 22, 2014

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