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Meet, network, and learn from fellow CS educators in the Greater Los Angeles area at our in person April events! Register for one or more of our regional in person events happening on April 10th, April 13th, and a rescheduled event on April 27th!
Riverside County & San Bernardino County (Rancho Cucamonga)
Hosted By: Tonya Coats, CSTA GLA San Bernardino County Regional Representative
When: Saturday, April 27th 11:30am-1pm  NEW DATE!!
Where: Haven City Market, 8443 Haven Ave, Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 (Map)
What: Join us for a drink or lunch as we exchange creative ideas on using CS unplugged activities. NOTE: Everyone pays for their own food and drink.

Past April 2024 Meetups
Los Angeles County (Manhattan Beach)
Hosted By: Aaron Braskin, CSTA GLA Los Angeles County Regional Representative
When: Wednesday, April 10th - Welcome and snacks starting at 4pm, Toy Share begins at 4:30pm
Where: Mira Costa High School Technology and Engineering Department (Campus Map), 1401 Artesia Blvd., Manhattan Beach CA 90266 (Map)
What: Participants are invited to share their favorite classroom activity, online tool, or classroom “toy” in a 5-7 minute presentation. If you would like to share your “toy” please complete this form.
 
Orange County (Irvine)
Hosted By: Kimberly Hermans, CSTA GLA Orange County Regional Representative
When: Wednesday, April 10th 4pm-6pm
Where: Eureka Restaurant, 4143 Campus Dr, Irvine, CA 92612 (Map)
What: Meet at Eureka for Happy Hour (everyone pays for their own food & drinks) then go across the street for a tour of UCI CS Department.
 
Ventura County (Newbury Park)
Hosted By: Richard Kick, CSTA GLA Ventura County Regional Representative
When: Saturday, April 13th - Welcome and snacks starting at 9 AM, and Idea/Activity sharing begins at 9:30 AM.
Where: Newbury Park High School Panther Lab, 456 North Reino Road, Newbury Park, CA 91320 (Map)
What: Participants are invited to share ideas and/or activities for effectively teaching computer science. Sharing could include informal ideas/activities that they have observed others using while teaching computer science, links to online resources, and/or formal presentations and/or demonstrations.