This week at Denhac! Dec 2 – Dec 8

Monday, December 2: {}

Tuesday, December 3, 8pm: Open House! With many members in the space, this is a great opportunity to come see what we’re all about! Get help on a project, show off a new gadget, or just hang out with some geeks! We’re up for whatever! :)

Wednesday, December 4:  {}

Thursday, December 5, 9am: Work From Denhac Day! It’s the weekly work-from-home-er’s day to get their dose of sunlight and socialization. Bring your work to the space and hang out with other nerds as you get stuff done! Or just come to hang out!

Friday, December 6, 8pm: Game Night! I know what you’re thinking: ‘OMG! This is too much human interaction for one week! Are you people INSANE?!’ The answer is no, we’re not. Interaction is good. Interaction plus games is BETTER! We have games or bring a game and make some new friends!

Saturday, December 7, 12pm: Open House Part Deux! Another open house for those who can’t make it during the week or just another reason to get out of the house. Good company and things to take apart and put back together; What more could you ask for? Come say hello!

Sunday, December 8, 11am: Kids’ Science Dojo! Kids Science Dojo at Denhac is a weekly science class designed for elementary through high school-aged kids. Students will be learning science topics through cooperative projects, lectures, and safe experiments. Attendees under the age of 13 are required to be accompanied by a designated guardian.

To help make a good class for both kids and their guardians as well as determining a good day and time for the class, our wonderful member and host Ashleigh has set up a couple of surveys. I encourage everyone who is considering the class at least read the description at the top of the Parents survey to give you information about Ashleigh and the class.

Sunday, December 8, 12pm: Kids’ Coder Dojo! The Kids Coder Dojo at Denhac is a weekly computer programming class designed for elementary through high school-aged kids. Students will begin by using a free and open source visual programming language called Scratch (http://scratch.mit.edu/, available on Windows, MacOSX and Linux), and will be able to move on to more advanced languages as they progress at their own pace.

Attendees under the age of 13 are required to be accompanied by a designated guardian (though guardians are encouraged to attend for all ages). Attendees should bring a laptop or netbook for each student they bring if they can (and you are encouraged to bring extras if possible for those without access to a computer).

Denhac is a non-profit organization that provides a variety of technology, art, DIY, and craft-related classes for all ages, and survives on donations and membership dues.  As with (almost) all Denhac classes, attendance is free of charge and membership is not required. Donations are strongly encouraged.

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