Mozilla has officially kicked off the 2013 Maker Party, a three-month extravaganza of making and sharing online. Events are organized all over the world by Mozilla, our partner organizations and people just like you. Here’s a sample of some fantastic upcoming events:
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Portland, Oregon, USA
Join IndieWebCamp for two days of brainstorming & creating at and be a part of advancing and growing the indie web.
June 22: New York City, USA
Build your own webpage, learn HTML and CSS coding skills, create digital images and videos, design and print a laser cut project and more at the New York Hall of Science.
June 23: Hyderbad, India
Learn Popcorn Maker and supercharge your web videos with Mozilla Webmaker Youth Mentor, Unnati Prema.
June 22: Toronto, Canada
A day-long, beginner level workshop is for 8- to 13-year-old boys and girls.
June 29-30: New York City, USA
A two-day design challenge where teens will level up their coding skills, work with professional programmers and open government data, and build digital prototypes to solve real NYC problems.
Preston, United Kingdom
A free event for youth, families and teachers.
: Victoria, Canada
A week-long camp for 11 to 14-year-olds. Students will start the week making short animated films and each day new programming skills will be taught to help them make the animations interactive. The final project is a video game built from scratch that will go online.
July 22-26: Toronto, Canada
This entrepreneurship boot camp for students between the ages of 13 and 15 is supported by one-on-one mentors, successful entrepreneurs and dynamic teachers. Participants will invent and test an original business idea and learn skills critical to future success.
June 15-August 4: Worldwide
Join the Massive Open Online Collaboration (or MOOC, as they are known) to tap into your personal and professional interests, share what you’ve done, learn from other participants and reflect on your own learning and growth. Sponsored by the National Writing Project, this is an excellent event for adults and professionals.
To sign up as a Maker Party Event Partner, email us at: [need address]