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Scratch Day at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh : imagine • program • share

Saturday, May 19, 2012  
1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Scratch Day is a worldwide network of gatherings, where people come together to meet fellow Scratchers, share projects and experiences and learn more about Scratch—a programming language that makes it easy to create and share interactive stories, animations, games, music and art on the web. Last year, more than 125 Scratch Day events were held in 36 countries around the globe.

Pittsburgh teenagers (grade 6-12), mentors and educators are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop to the event. Only a limited number of laptops will be provided.

Scratch Day in Pittsburgh is presented by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Chevron Center for STEM Education and career Development at Carnegie Science Center, The Ellis School and Girls, Math & Science Partnership (a program of Carnegie Science Center). This event is sponsored by The Ellis School and Spark, Supporting the Kids+Creativity Network.
Presented by: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh, Chevron Center for STEM Education and career Development at Carnegie Science Center, The Ellis School and Girls, Math & Science Partnership a program of Carnegie Science Center
Event fee: FREE
Sponsor: The Ellis School and Spark, Supporting the Kids+Creativity Network
some refreshments will be provided.
Location:
4400 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Contact:
Teens
412.622.3121
teensmain@carnegielibrary.org