5 Awesome Clubhouse Happenings this February and Beyond
1. Harmless Hacking
The Clubhouse has been harmlessly hacking and do it yourself crafts never looked so daringly doable. From stashing a flash drive in a cassette to housing a USB in a lego, the Clubhouse has been making, tweaking, and hacking our way into challenging projects. A Makey Makey project involving marshmallows and Gravity Guy is taking way, along with a game of Valentine Operation and a Makey Makey Lego Piano. Don’t believe us? Check out the projects this Thursday February 7 from 10:30 am to 11:30 am at the High School Science Series at the Museum of Science. The Clubhouse’s own manager Jackie Gonzalez will be showcasing these projects and talking about harmless hacking.
2. Welcome our new interns Emily and Arden
A wonderfully warm welcome to Computer Clubhouse interns Emily and Arden. Emily is a senior at Massachusetts College of Arts and Design and Arden is a graduate student at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Both will be working on creative tech art projects for Girls Day Programming. The Clubhouse community looks forward to their creatively cool contributions.
3. The votes are in….
You voted and this March the Flagship Computer Clubhouse will be taking a field trip to Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Join Ellen Daoust, Clubhouse-to-College/Career AmeriCorps Fellow and other clubhouse members on Friday March 22 at 3:30 p.m. We will head over to MassArt together or you can meet us on campus at 4:00 p.m. More information to come.
4. Boston R.O.C.K. Field Trip
On February 20 there will be a Clubhouse-to-College field trip to Emmanuel College’s Yawkey Center, 400 The Fenway, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This will be a free high-energy event with music, performances, interactive games, raffle prizes and most importantly–summer resources. This event will give young people and their families a fun school vacation week event and urge them to think about summer plans now by providing summer information throughout the event. For more information visit here.
5. Origami Party
This Saturday February 9 starting at 1:00 p.m. clubhouse member Brandon Lam will be teaching everyone how to make origami. Come learn how to make that cool origami ball we always see floating around the clubhouse.
Make sure to stay tuned to clubhousebeat.org for additional clubhouse happenings and details.