Tuesday, April 11th 2017
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM
Registration for this free event is required, and will open BY NOON on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. If you are still unable to register after noon on that day, please call the library to register over the phone.
Please note that in order to access the library’s computers, you will be asked to provide your active library card in good standing (no fines). Youth library accounts must have parental authorization to access the Intenet. If you do not have a Lancaster County library account, you may provide appropriate state identification and sign a digital usage agreement.
Join the local Coder Dojo Group! Coder Dojo is an international organization that organizes computer programming clubs for kids. The Lancaster Coder Dojo is run by local professional computer programmers. (Ages 7 -18. Adult participation welcome.) You may bring your own tech, or borrow a Library laptop to work on during the session.
Register online, by phone, or in person the next time you visit Manheim Township Public Library. Space may be limited.
Lancaster Coder Dojo also meets at Lancaster Public Library (125 North Duke Street) on the fourth Tuesday of the month. To attend LPL’s sessions, please visit their website to learn how to register for sessions at LPL.