We’re filling May with workshops to make your Spring a creative one. We’ve got our classic Intro to Electronics workshop for those of you who want to start working the projects you’ve seen in Make and Hack-a-Day. We’re also going to be having several of our Arduino workshops again. The Intro to Arduino workshop is a great way to learn about this useful little tool and get started using it. The Arduino Programming workshop will teach those of you who’ve never programmed before how to create interactive projects with the Arduino. Intro to the Arduino Sunday, May 16 from 2:00 to 4:00 Cost: $50 for non-members This workshop will cover the basics of the Arduino. We’ll go over what it is, what it can do, and why you’d want to use it. We’ll also go over a couple of basic programs. This course is great for people who’ve never programmed before and have no microcontroller experience. We’ll give you an Arduino, a breadboard, and some simple components. Introduction to Electronics Saturday, May 29 from 2 to 4:30 Cost: $50 for non-members This workshop covers everything you need to know to get started in electronics. We’ll start from the basics of electricity and work our way up to using integrated circuits. Fading, blinking, and dimming LEDs help demonstrate key electronics concepts. You’ll leave this workshop with a kit of everything you need to build the circuits we cover. Programming for the Arduino Sunday, May 30 from 2:00 to 4:00 Cost: $50 for non-members If you can make your way around the Arduino IDE but you get lost when it comes to programming it, this workshop’s for you. We’ll cover programming basics like functions, loops, and branches. We’ll use these programming tools to make an interactive LED light show. This class requires an arduino and breadboard.

We’re filling May with workshops to make your Spring a creative one. We’ve got our classic Intro to Electronics workshop for those of you who want to start working the projects you’ve seen in Make and Hack-a-Day. We’re also going to be having several of our Arduino workshops again. The Intro to Arduino workshop is a great way to learn about this useful little tool and get started using it. The Arduino Programming workshop will teach those of you who’ve never programmed before how to create interactive projects with the Arduino.

Intro to the Arduino
Sunday, May 16 from 2:00 to 4:00
Cost: $50 for non-members
This workshop will cover the basics of the Arduino. We’ll go over what it is, what it can do, and why you’d want to use it. We’ll also go over a couple of basic programs. This course is great for people who’ve never programmed before and have no microcontroller experience. We’ll give you an Arduino, a breadboard, and some simple components.

Introduction to Electronics
Saturday, May 29 from 2 to 4:30
Cost: $50 for non-members
This workshop covers everything you need to know to get started in electronics. We’ll start from the basics of electricity and work our way up to using integrated circuits. Fading, blinking, and dimming LEDs help demonstrate key electronics concepts. You’ll leave this workshop with a kit of everything you need to build the circuits we cover.

Programming for the Arduino
Sunday, May 30 from 2:00 to 4:00
Cost: $50 for non-members
If you can make your way around the Arduino IDE but you get lost when it comes to programming it, this workshop’s for you. We’ll cover programming basics like functions, loops, and branches. We’ll use these programming tools to make an interactive LED light show. This class requires an arduino and breadboard.