Meet, share ideas, experiences, project, and code for Arduino-based electronics.
Lunch will be provided. Registration required. Space is limited. Free for TAG Members.
Join us for a lively and thoughtful discussion! Come ready to share your perspectives, aspirations, concerns, and experiences in our local technology community with a focus on strengthening it. Feedback during this discussion will assist strategic planning and organizational direction for both the Bellingham Public Library and TAG as we aim to support and reflect the interests of our community.
Join us for our annual summer social and support student scholarships.
Scholarships. Games. Beer. Food. Music. Fun!
Proceeds support direct scholarships to students in technology programs at Bellingham Technical College, Northwest Indian College, Western Washington University, and Whatcom Community College.
Food, drinks, belly laughing, and charitable karma included in your ticket price.
Sustainable Connections announces the first ever Solarize For Smart Business! Three workshops will be held in May and June to help businesses lower their utility bills and green their energy use. Limited time tax credits and grants are available for businesses in Whatcom and Skagit counties and Sustainable Connections is working with two of the best local solar installers to offer low competitive pricing for this special event.
Learn about incentives, grants, financing, and payback periods to help you save big. Regardless of if you own or rent your building, receive free assistance to streamline the process and take advantage of these limited time opportunities. Join Sustainable Connections for a free lunch to learn about the benefits of energy efficiency and special incentives available for your business.
The Bellingham Public Library offers free, weekly, one-on-one coaching sessions with Volunteer Tech Helpers on basic computer skills, such as Microsoft Office products, Internet searching, using a tablet or eReader, setting up and using email, Facebook or other social media accounts, and downloading or streaming free Library digital material to your computer, tablet, or mobile device.
Our city is about to elect a new mayor, so join us at our 2019 Mayoral Forum! Find out what each candidate has to say about Downtown; from continuing the positive changes happening in the district to their plans to address challenges related to economic development, social issues and housing. This event is free and open to the public.
Whatcom Community College is once again offering its popular GenCyber camps for middle and high school students who want to explore cybersecurity, a rapidly growing, high demand field in the US and worldwide. Participants will learn through hands-on computer activities how cybersecurity professionals help protect information and information systems from unauthorized access, misuse, and destruction.
The GenCyber camps are offered at no cost to participants. Funding is provided jointly by the National Security Agency and the National Science Foundation through GenCyber grant.
Applications are due to WCC by May 31, 2019.