If you're over 55 and inspired by creativity (and can use a computer keyboard and mouse) then this free workshop is for you.
In a relaxed setting we'll learn how to get started with Scratch, an incredible self-expression system that's used by more than 90 million men and women worldwide and lets them produce amazing, colourful, musical, moving creations just by fitting multi-coloured blocks together with the mouse. These creations may then be shared among a vast community of users, or just with family and friends, and can include interactive stories, games, animations, and lots more.
It's simple to use, costs nothing, and can be way more fun than crosswords or sudoku in helping to keep the brain young. It could also be the start of forming a local "Scratch community" and meeting new people.
Come and join us for this stimulating and enjoyable National Science Week event. For enquiries, phone 0402 050 852.
Important: To attend this event you must register online. The workshop is being offered on four different dates: August 12, 13, 19, and 20. The booking form on Eventbrite will let you choose one of the other three dates, if needed.
This Inspiring Australia initiative is supported by the Australian Government as part of National Science Week.
There is plenty of free, weekend parking available near the building.