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Take your kid to learn to code this weekend at Brooklyn Public Library

Coding workshop for kids this weekend.

An April Coder Dojo, from Flickr user @catherinecronin [Creative Commons]

This weekend, at the Main Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library, you can take kids aged 7 to 17 to get started learning coding. They have a few different activities planned, depending on what the kid is interested in.

When: Saturday, Jan. 11th, Noon to 4 PM
Where: Information Commons, Main Branch, Brooklyn Public Library, Grand Army Plaza
What: Coding workshop for young people, 7 to 17 years old.
Who: Coder Dojo, the volunteer run coding school for kids.

The event as described as “Drop in,” so don’t feel like you have to get there right at noon. Download the Learn to Code flyer here.

Companies: Brooklyn Public Library
Series: Brooklyn

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