Northeast Branch (Independence)

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Northeast Branch (Independence Twp), Meeting Room

For ages 6-13. In this exciting program, robotics and coding will become elementary! Have fun expanding your horizons with a learning toy that opens the doors of computer science, STEM education, robotics, and coding with simple color-coded commands and "Ozoblocky," a coding language powered by Google's Blocky program. Students will also learn to program with SCRATCH, MIT'S popular programming language.  Registration is required, please sign up online or at the branch. 

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Age Groups: Tweens (9-12 yrs), Young Adult (13-18 yrs)

Northeast Branch (Independence)

The Northeast Branch first opened in February of 1993. In November 2009, the Warren County Freeholders purchased the Best Fruit Farm Building as the future home of the branch. After a year of renovations, in May 2011, staff and a group of 153 volunteers moved the branch to our new location. The new facility has become a community center with its meeting rooms, public access computers, and quiet reading area. We strive to offer programs of interest to both children and adults as well as being a focal point for community interaction.

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