Arduino is an open-source electronic prototyping platform that lets you create interactive electronic objects. In other words, it’s a simple little computer that helps you to turn inputs into outputs. It’s not hard to learn, it teaches basic wiring and coding skills, and it’s ridiculously fun.

Join our group of non-experts as we tinker and learn together. Note that this is not a formal class – attendees will be working on their own projects, with some support from staff. If you would like a formal introductory class, please consider our Arduino for Total Beginners class, offered May 5th, or Arduino: Let’s Program a Robot!, on May 23rd.)

This program is open to ages ten and up, but due to the challenging nature of the material, we ask that participants under the age of 13 be accompanied, and assisted, by an adult. Tickets are good for one adult and up to one child (although adults are welcome to attend the program without children.)

NOTE NEW TIMES: Arduino Club is now a monthly event, taking place on the third Thursday of every month.

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