The Glenpool Library will be closed April 24-29 for library improvements.
Saturday is National Day of Civic Hacking.
One Saturday, June 1 pioneering citizens across the United States will blaze new trails for social innovation in an event of unprecedented scope. Nearly one hundred teams across the country, supported by more than 20 government agencies, will come together with a common purpose: to invent new applications that leverage open, public data for the common good. This is the National Day of Civic Hacking. (from hackforchange.org)
Tulsa is among the cities participating in the National Day of Civic Hacking.
On Saturday, June 1 the Tulsa City-County Library, Code for Tulsa, Random Hacks of Kindness and others are hosting a series of events that aim to enrich Tulsa’s access to community and government information and you’re invited to participate. Civic Hacking is all about community so plan to join. You don’t need to be a coder; you just need to be engaged.
To learn more about Tulsa’s offerings for National Civic Day of Hacking and to register for the events: http://bit.ly/TulsaNDOCH
Please join us for the TulsaWiki Editathon & National Day of Civic Hacking, June 1. Register here: http://ndochtulsa.eventbrite.com