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Kids aged 7-14 can make their own digital designs and computer programs in a social setting using a variety of tools: Scratch, Bitsbox, ROBAUTO BiBli robots, Tinker CAD, Zotebook, Arduino programming, and more. Meeting weekly at 4-5:30 p.m., each session launches with a short lesson using one type of technology that relates to the month’s theme. Work on monthly challenges or designs of your choice and share your work.

Club meets in the Mt. Sanitas Room at the library’s main branch, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., and runs with the BVSD school year. Starts  Tuesday, Sept. 12, then Sept. 19 and so on, excepting holiday breaks on Oct. 31, Nov. 21 and Dec. 26. Bring a laptop or borrow one from the library. Volunteers and experts will be on hand for support. Registration suggested, and parents are encouraged (but not required) to stay and learn coding, too.

For details or to register now, visit www.calendar.boulderlibrary.org/event/3508046.