Learn how to code with Scratch, a free block-based computer programming language developed by MIT which can be used to create interactive stories, games and animations. This online program will be offered via the Zoom platform. Login information will be emailed to participants after registration. Students in Grades 2 and above are welcome to attend this program. It is recommended that a parent or legal guardian be with the child during the program.
Laurel S. Peterson is a Professor of English at Norwalk Community College. Her poetry has been published in many small literary journals. She has two poetry chapbooks, That’s the Way the Music Sounds (Finishing Line Press, 2009) and Talking to the Mirror (The Last Automat Press, 2010), and a full-length collection, Do You Expect Your Art to Answer You? (Futurecycle Press, 2017). Futurecyle will also publish her second full-length collection, Daughter of Sky (2021). She co-edited a collection of essays on women’s justice titled (Re)Interpretations: The Shapes of Justice in Women’s Experience (2009) and wrote a mystery novel, Shadow Notes (Barking Rain Press, 2016; rereleased by Woodhall, 2021). Her second mystery, The Fallen, will be released by Woodhall Press September 2021. She is on the editorial board of the literary magazine Inkwell, and served as the town of Norwalk, Connecticut’s, Poet Laureate from April 2016 – April 2019.
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