Kids and tweens ages 9-14 are invited to register for this free, virtual introduction to Python programming. In four, weekly, one-hour sessions, participants will enter the world of computer science by learning some of the basics of Python. Through lecture, demonstration, and hands-on activities, participants will develop a solid understanding of the fundamentals of the Python programming language.
This program meets online on four consecutive Fridays from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM starting Oct. 2 and ending on Oct. 23. Participants must pre-register. Participants should not register unless they are able to attend all four sessions (sessions will not be recorded so live participation is required to learn the material). Registered participants who miss the first session may lose their spot in the program.
All sessions will be held online using Zoom. In order to participate in course activities, participants must have access to a computer with an internet connection. In order to join the class using Zoom, participants must have access to a computer, tablet, or smart phone with an internet connection. Instructions to join the Zoom meeting will be emailed to all registered participants prior to the first session.
This program is brought to the library by MathAndCoding. For more information about MathAndCoding, please visit
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