Day of coding

Hone your coding skills with a day of programs at Jordan Library on Wednesday, June 24.

Code away at Jordan Library

Kids interested in building their coding skills can learn the ropes at the Jordan Library on Wednesday, June 26.

The day will start with Let’s Code with Luna! for ages 6 to 8 at 2 p.m. Join Luna for a hands-on interactive introduction to coding using the Robot Mouse maze and Tynker apps. You’ll take turns programming robot mice to go through a maze and block-code mini programs with Tynker to learn important basics of coding like sequencing and looping.

Coding Mini-Camp with Luna for ages 9 to 11 begins at 3:30 p.m. Even beginners can learn to create basic web pages in HTML with Thimble! Join Luna to learn the basics of HTML coding and how to use the free program Thimble, then start to create.

Space is limited. Include an email address in your registration to have a reminder sent to you prior to the event. These events have limited space. Be sure you can attend before registering, and cancel as soon as possible if you are no longer able to attend.

These programs are funded by the Metropolitan Library Service Agency. Register online at or by calling 952-496-8050.

The Jordan Library is located at 275 Creek Lane S.

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Meghan Davy Sandvold is a regional reporter covering the eight Southwest News Media communities. Born and raised in the Lake Minnetonka area, she now calls Eden Prairie home.


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