Don’t know what to do this weekend? Here are a few fun ideas!

1. Young Coders Club

August 20, 2016 | 10:00 AM | Forum, Fully Booked BGC

Coding is becoming essential for kids today. It’s way of expressing themselves through digital technology. Young Coders Club aims to teach kids the language of the future. Our mission is to help them understand how technology shapes our world. Learn the basics of computer programming. Understand the language. For more details, visit our event page.

 

 

2. WIRED 2.0: Social Media Engagement and Planning

August 20, 2016 | 1:00 PM | U-View, Fully Booked BGC

Let Writer’s Block Philippines (WBP), an organization dedicated to empowering writers, communicators, and creative entrepreneurs, help inform you about the fundamentals of social media engagement strategies with its upcoming workshop. The workshop features guest speakers who are considered experts in the industry: Jason Cruz, Dante Gagelonia, and Rocel Ann G. Junio. For more details, visit our event page.

 

 

3. The Year of Dahl: James and the Giant Peach Storytelling Session

August 20, 2016 | 2:00 PM | Children’s Section, Fully Booked BGC

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the one and only Roald Dahl! Celebrate with us as we whip up gloriumptious activities for story lovers of all ages. This week, our interactive storytelling session will take on James and the Giant Peach. For more details, visit our event page.

 

 

 

4. School of Fun Things: Watercolor Doodles

August 21, 2016 | 1:00 PM | Forum, Fully Booked BGC

Welcome to the world of the Googly Gooeys where the real-life couple Tipsy, the pink goo & Ponggo, the blue goo, share their random musings. This workshop is great for fans of adult coloring who want to acquaint themselves with a new medium, those who are afraid to draw but would like to learn the workflow behind producing watercolor doodles, and those who are already familiar with the medium but would like to take their watercolor skills beyond brush lettering. For more details, visit our event page.

 

 

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