Arduino Board Usergroups/Workshops
Learn how to use the Arduino board, a small programmable electronics board. The Fairfield County Makers' Guild will teach the SIX SESSIONS for anyone with an interest in electronic circuits and the ability to learn coding. Anyone can attend, and this will be of special interest to those who attended the overview session on July 31st. Each session will focus on a new problem(s)! Register online.
The sessions are scheduled from 7:00-8:30 PM: on:
Monday - August 26th
Monday - September 9th
Monday - September 30th
Monday - October 7th
Tuesday - October 15th
Tuesday - November 5th
There are 20 spots available to work with a Library Arduino Kit (Two people will share each kit. If you sign up alone you will be paired with another registered person.) You must bring a laptop with the Arduino IDE installed (it's a free software). (Here is a link to the Guide book that we will be using.)
There are also 20 spots available if you have your own kit.
If the hands-on registration is full when you register, please register to observe and learn more about the potential of the Arduino Boards!
We will be using the Sparkfun Inventor's Kit for the class. As stated above the Westport Library is providing 10 kits to be shared by 20 participants for use at the workshop only. The kits are available at https://www.sparkfun.com/products/11227, if you wish to purchase your own.