This is the third in a series of four Monday sessions planned for June. We are starting small, and will be "making" it up as we go along. Bring your ideas, your skills and desire to learn, your laptop if you have one, and perhaps a breadboard and electronic bits and pieces or materials that you want to work on or help people learn to work with.
Week two included an amateur radio station, Arduino and Raspberry Pi computers, web development, product developers, artists, a family starting a summer-long robot-building project, an Ouya game console and a variety of conversations.
A Python for Teens class will be held concurrently in an adjacent room for the first 90 minutes.
Please arrive before the library closes at 7pm, or you may not be able to get entry.
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