Family fest is a FREE single-day event held at the Ottumwa Bridge View Center to give back to the Ottumwa community, showcase and highlight STEM initiatives and activities, as well as other education and health/wellness components, and allows children to also have a bit of fun and be entertained. Learn more by clicking here.
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The 2017 Hour of Code at William Penn University (WPU) is being held Saturday, December 9, 2017 from 10:00 am–Noon at the Musco Technology Center (northwest corner of the William Penn University campus), Room 104. The structure is a “come & go” environment, so allow at least 45 minutes or plan to stay the full 2 hours. This a free event.
Join participants around the world who are learning critical skills for 21st century success and having fun. Come and bring your children, grandchildren, parents, neighbors (ages 4 –104 welcome) to join in FOR FREE. William Penn Computer Club members will be ready to assist as you go through your choice of activities involving Minecraft, Star Wars, music creation (headphones/earbuds suggested) and more.
For more information, please contact Assistant Professor of Applied Computer Science Judy Williams at 641-673-1053 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2017 Hour of Code will be held during Computer Science Education Week (December 4–10, 2017). The Hour of Code, organized by the nonprofit Code.org and others, is a global movement that has reached 475,568,761 students in 180+ countries with tutorials in over 45 languages.
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