Did you know that March 14 is Pi Day? It’s a day to celebrate all things math, and especially those things related to the mathematical constant pi. It’s also a good day to eat pie, or engage in other pun-related activities. The thing is, why only celebrate it for one day? We’re having a whole month of programs all working around our Raspberry Pi computer kits. Come to the TECH Lab every Friday in March to learn computer coding and take part in some amazingly fun projects from Minecraft to telling stories with code. We promise that we’ll keep the puns to a minimum. Check below to see what we are doing each day!
Learn what a Raspberry Pi computer is, how it works, and engage in some basic coding activities.
Learn how to use computer code and simple “if/then” statements to tell a unique story!
Learn how to use Processing, a program that uses computer code to draw pictures!
Learn how to use the Python coding language to play Minecraft on the Raspberry Pi!
Learn about artificial intelligence, build a chat bot, and learn about the Turing Test!
Teen Advisory Group
Teens who are 13 to 19 years of age can apply to be part of our Teen Advisory Group - the TAG. The TAG advises the library about programs for teens, helps promote services, and volunteers at the library.