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Monday, July 16, 2012

Coming Up: Free Kids' Class at Intel Museum

The kids having nothing going on tomorrow? Hurry and sign them up for a free class at the Intel Museum in Santa Clara. They'll learn to make a musical greeting card, using computer chip science. The class is about 45 minutes.

When: Tuesday, July 17 from 3-4 (and also on July 24)
Who: Kids ages 7+
Where: Intel Museum (2200 Mission College Blvd., Santa Clara)
Register: email museum@intel.com or call (408) 765-0503. Space is limited and you must RSVP 48 hours in advance (which means do it now!). Email with your child's name, your name, class time, your child's age, and your telephone number). You must remain in the museum during class.
Cost: free

There's another class on Thursday, July 19 (and July 28) at the same time. It's a binary beading class. They'll learn how computers use the digital language of the binary code to send, process and receive information. They'll use beads representing the on and off of a switch, and then make their initial pattern in a beaded to make a key chain.

Use the RSVP information above.

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