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Tuesday, February 3, 7 pm
Monday, February 9, 7 pm
Watch your favorite anime, talk about and preview new manga, create art, comics and costumes, enjoy snacks. Join fellow anime and manga fans at the new Manga and Anime Club.
Girls Who Code Club
Thursdays, beginning January 22, 3:30-5:30 PM
Girls Who Code is a national nonprofit organization working to close the gender gap in the technology and engineering sectors. With support from the City of Bowie and instruction from Bowie State University’s Women in Computing organization, the Girls Who Code Club will educate, inspire, and equip girls in grades 6-12 with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.
Girls in the club commit to a year-long cohort that will meet for 2 hours weekly on Thursdays, beginning January 22nd. The program will also include 4 field trips and/or speakers from technology and engineering fields, as well as an opportunity to apply for a scholarship to the seven-week Summer Immersion program sponsored by the national Girls Who Code organization, available for the first time in the Maryland/Washington DC/ Virginia region, Summer 2015.
Registration is required, and preference will be given to City of Bowie residents, per grant funding requirements. Residency will be verified. Call 301-262-7000 to register. NOTE: The group limit has been met. Call to sign up for the wait list.
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