Libraries aren’t just for checking out books anymore. The Penticton Public Library is also teaching kids about technology and the digital world with their Afterschool Coding Club. (File photo)

Registration open for the Penticton Library’s latest Afterschool Coding Club

Five spots are available for the Escape from Robot Island.

The Penticton Public Library’s latest Afterschool Coding Club is open for registration.

Escape from Robot Island has five spots left, ahead of the Nov. 1 date. The session is open for all kids ages eight to 12, and requires registration, which can be done through the program page on the Penticton Public Library website. The session begins at 3:30 p.m. and runs until 5 p.m.

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The participants will work together in pairs, programming a Sphero robot with block-based coding, and teaching it to navigate a dangerous maze and escape from Robot Island.

The Afterschool Coding Club program is in its third year at the Penticton Public Library, and was launched with the support of the community through a Gofundme campaign in 2017 to cover the costs of purchasing equipment.

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