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Come learn how to play a new boardgame! Bay Area Games Day is a full day of convention-style open gaming that has been happening at the library since 1998. We play mostly more recent hobbyist games (the kinds that are popular on boardgamegeek.com), but also some classic strategy games such as Catan, Ticket to Ride, or Pandemic. We welcome newcomers to hobby gaming: bring your own games that you want to try out, or ask folks to teach you how to play a new one! Please note that Games Day is geared primarily toward adults, but we also welcome teens and families with school-age children.
Cupertino Library Ground Floor Story Room, 10 am-1 pm.
DThis is a 2-part program consisting of workshops on November 2nd & 16th. You must agree to attend both workshops in order to register. One registration will cover both workshops.
To register, please go to the class 1 calendar entry.
Cupertino Ground Floor Story Room, 10 am--1 pm
For students in grades 6 - 11
Lights, Sound, Action! Ozobots are small wheeled robots that use color codes to trigger different effects, such as a speed boost, spinning, or flashing lights. Ozobots can also "speak" at certain triggers. Color-code based programming teaches basic coding concepts like cause/effect, critical thinking and debugging. Come and see what you can make these little wheeled terrors do with a few markers and paper! Good for ages 6+
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