A Kitchen Party is a fun way to:
- Spend an hour on a rainy day
- Hang out as a family on the computer
- Learn to hack with a friend
- Make cool things on the web
- 1-5 friends or family members
- 15 minutes - 1 hour, No preparation needed
- At home, in a cafe or at the library
A Hack Jam is a great way to:
- Team up people with different skill-sets to explore an interesting challenge
- Collaboratively build something new or improve something that already exists
- Learn and teach new hacking skills
- 10 - 50 participants
- 4 hours or longer, 2 weeks of preparation needed
- At a school, library or flexible space
A Hive Pop-Up is fantastic way to:
- Bring together local organizations in a science fair setting
- Demonstrate cool web ideas
- Provide fun hands-on activities
- Introduce your community to hacking
- 2-10 participating organizations
- 4 hours or longer, 2-4 weeks of preparation needed
- In an open space like a community center, library or school
Planning an event? Let us help!
This section provides an overview of important links and to-dos for your event. Don't forget to order free Webmaker gear for your party.
Overview for Party Organizers
Begin by reading our Get Involved wiki.
Add your event to our global event map.
Place your gear order to receive t-shirts, stickers and banners.
During your event, ask participants to share what they make using this template.
We love photos! Share pictures of your event by emailing us.
Tell us how your event went by remixing this report-back template.
Have questions? Check here first.
Still have questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org