MSF Showcase Event
Friday, March 20; 4:30pm-7pm
Maine Discovery Museum
74 Main Street, Bangor ME
Hey middle schoolers – want to find out about the world of computers and information technology? Learn, share, collaborate, and explore cutting-edge software and web-based tools. With workshops and hands-on activities the program is designed for maximum engagement!
Drop-off event; pizza dinner provided for participants. Produced by Project>Login.
Participants: please bring a laptop devices, or email us at email@example.com if you will need to borrow one (we’ll have a limited supply for borrowing).
Audience: middle schoolers
Space is limited, sign-up required
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