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Stafford Raspberry Jam and Code Club Mashup
Thursday, February 16, 2017 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
We’re delighted to be joining with Stafford Library and Stafford Raspberry Jam for a Jam meets Code Club mashup on Thursday 16th February at the new Stafford Library Innovation Centre.
It’s a family-friendly event – everyone is welcome. There will be hands-on coding and digital making activities for children and adults to participate in:
– get inspired
– learn with the Code Club resources and find out how to join or start a club in your area;
– get hands-on with the Raspberry Pi computer.
– share ideas and meet like-minded people.
– have fun!
We’ll be running a few structured Code Club and Raspberry Pi workshops – we’ll announce full details closer to the date of the event.
We will have some Raspberry Pi kits available for our prepared informal activities. Please bring your own too. Experts from the Code Club and Raspberry Pi community will be on hand to help.
If you have a project you’d like to bring along, please feel free. We’d love to showcase your home projects to demonstrate what can be done with the Pi.
We will provide snacks and drinks for attendees. Alternatively, there are local shops and cafes nearby.
Start and end time
The event will open at 6pm and an opening talk will start proceedings. The rest of the day will be largely unscheduled, and will close at 8pm.
Who can come?
Anyone. There’s no lower or upper age limit, and no prior knowledge is required. Jams regularly get under 8s and over 60s attending.
Do I need to know any programming?
No. If you want to learn to code, we can help.
Do I need any equipment?
No. We will provide Raspberry Pi setups and accessories. Feel free to bring your own too.
Can I buy a Raspberry Pi from you on the day?
We will not have anything available to buy on the day, but we can recommend distributors.
Can I drop my kids off and pick them up at the end?
No. Children under 16 must be supervised at all times. Adults supervising children must order a ticket.
How do I get there?
For a map, please click here.
Is parking available?
There are various on-street and multi-story car parking options nearby.
What about public transport?
Stafford is served excellently by buses throughout the town and the surrounding area. Stafford Train Station is just 10 minutes away.
I can’t get there for the 6pm start. Is that ok?
That’s fine. You can come and leave as you please.
I ordered a ticket but now I can’t make it. What do I do?
If you go in to your eventbrite account and view your order, you can cancel it to allow someone else to take your place.
Are there more events like this?
– Stafford Library runs a Code Club every week. You can ask for more information at the event or maybe you’d like to start your own at a school or community venue near you.
– Stafford Raspberry Jam is regular event that takes place in Stafford – for more information, you can contact the organiser Cerys Lock – firstname.lastname@example.org – for more information.
There are other Raspberry Jam events which run all over the UK and beyond. See a full listing at www.raspberrypi.org/jam.
Can I run an event like this?
Yes! If there’s nothing in your area, feel free to set up your own Raspberry Jam or start a Code Club where you are.
if you have any further questions, please contact Tim – email@example.com.
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- Thursday, February 16, 2017
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
- Event Category:
- Code Club
- Event Tags:
- code club, codeclub, coding, creativity, digital, jam, kids, pi jam, pi stuff, play, raspberry pi, stafford, staffordshire, tech, technology
- Tim Wilson / Cerys Lock
- Stafford Library
Stafford Library, Tipping Street
Stafford, ST16 2DH United Kingdom + Google Map