Wednesday
May092012

Join us for Scratch Day 2012. Free event in Decatur.

Scratch Day is a worldwide network of gatherings, where people come together to meet other Scratchers, share projects and experiences, and learn more about Scratch.

Start Code is proud to host the only Atlanta celebration of Scratch Day 2012.  Come out and join us at our Decatur programming lab for this worldwide party.  The event is free and will include: 

  • Try out Scratch!  We have projects for you to try including games, art, music and stories.
  • Bring your favorite project and show it off to others.
  • Our students will show off their Scratch creations.
  • We will show a preview of Scratch 2.0 currently in beta.
  • Take off your shoes on our carpet and create something fun!
  • Bring your laptop and we will help you get started.
  • Refreshments and snacks will be served.
  • Did we mention it is free?

Join us Saturday, May 19th from 2:30-5:00pm.  
See our Contact page for directions.

Scratch Day is an international event for kids, parents, teachers, enthusiasts, and anyone interested in computer programming.  More information is available at the Scratch Day 2012 website.

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