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Square One Shopping Centre
100 City Centre Drive
Mississauga, ON L5B 2C9
(905) 366-4200
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Mon - Fri: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sat: 9:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Sun: 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Level two, near Guest Services


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  • Saturday, May 30, 2015
    • 10:30 AM
      OneNote 2013; The Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 12:30 PM
      Windows 8.1: Fundamentals
      This workshop will introduce key Windows 8.1 features that will get you excited about upgrading and using a device running Windows 8.1. Participants will see new features, improvements to old features, and a lot of new ways to personalize their device.
    • 2:00 PM
      PC TuneUp in a Snap
      Is your computer not running as fast as it used to? Do you have a ton of files sitting on your hard drive? Are you worried that you might have a virus? Do you want to learn more about getting your computer running the way it should? Join us for this workshop where we'll walk you through easy-to-learn maintenance techniques and file storage in the Cloud. No registration necessary. Just show up 15 minutes prior to the workshop with your PC!
    • 3:00 PM
      Word2013: The Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
    • 5:00 PM
      OneNote2013: The Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 7:00 PM
      Introducing the Surface 3
      In this 60 minute workshop, we’ll walk you through how to set up your new Surface 3. Next we will help you understand all the features and benefits of the Surface 3 and how it combines all the best attributes of tablet with the power and characteristics of a laptop that you have come to expect. We will touch on how the Surface 3 easily aligns to your lifestyle, whether it be that of a student, an educator, at home or at work.
  • Sunday, May 31, 2015
    • 12:00 PM
      Build an App in an Hour
      What if it were possible to tell your business or personal story and share it with the world, on a variety of different devices - in your own unique way? With the simplicity of Windows App Studio you can! With no coding experience, App Studio can help you tell your story. Building an information and promotion app allows you to connect more deeply with current customers and find new ones. You can also choose to extend the user experience and functionality of App Studio apps with the deep coding abilities of Visual Studio.
    • 2:00 PM
      PC TuneUp in a Snap
      Is your computer not running as fast as it used to? Do you have a ton of files sitting on your hard drive? Are you worried that you might have a virus? Do you want to learn more about getting your computer running the way it should? Join us for this workshop where we'll walk you through easy-to-learn maintenance techniques and file storage in the Cloud. No registration necessary. Just show up 15 minutes prior to the workshop with your PC!
    • 3:00 PM
      Powerpoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
    • 5:00 PM
      Xbox: Open Play
      Visit the Microsoft store to play one of our featured games on the BIG screen with BIG sound in our theatre space!
  • Monday, June 1, 2015
    • 9:30 AM
      YouthSpark Field Trip - Olive Grove School: Learn to Code (Private)
      In this 90 minute workshop, kids will build coding skills. They’ll create, code, and playtest on the latest Surface Pro 3, Windows Phone, Xbox One, and Windows 8.1 – all based on STEM standards and ISTE principles. They’ll learn how to program, use visual coding, and create a game by working step-by-step through five key creation parts with our Tutorials Adventure. They’ll also take part in the Hour of Code campaign, a global event that gives millions of students their first glimpse of how to create real software applications. It is 90 minutes that they’re sure to remember!.
    • 11:30 AM
      YouthSpark Field Trip- Olive Grove School: Learn to Code (Private)
      In this 90 minute workshop, kids will build coding skills. They’ll create, code, and playtest on the latest Surface Pro 3, Windows Phone, Xbox One, and Windows 8.1 – all based on STEM standards and ISTE principles. They’ll learn how to program, use visual coding, and create a game by working step-by-step through five key creation parts with our Tutorials Adventure. They’ll also take part in the Hour of Code campaign, a global event that gives millions of students their first glimpse of how to create real software applications. It is 90 minutes that they’re sure to remember!.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Field Trip - Olive Grove School: Learn to Code (Private Event)
      In this 90 minute workshop, kids will build coding skills. They’ll create, code, and playtest on the latest Surface Pro 3, Windows Phone, Xbox One, and Windows 8.1 – all based on STEM standards and ISTE principles. They’ll learn how to program, use visual coding, and create a game by working step-by-step through five key creation parts with our Tutorials Adventure. They’ll also take part in the Hour of Code campaign, a global event that gives millions of students their first glimpse of how to create real software applications. It is 90 minutes that they’re sure to remember!.
    • 4:00 PM
      Windows 8.1 Fundamentals
      This workshop will introduce key Windows 8.1 features that will get you excited about upgrading and using a device running Windows 8.1. Participants will see new features, improvements to old features, and a lot of new ways to personalize their device.
    • 6:00 PM
      Referral Quest MeetUp
      Referral Quest will be having a business meeting offered to Entrepreneurs. Referral Networks' primary goal is to teach business networking skills, support and assist our members, generate business activity, make new contacts, share leads and referrals + create win-win relationships with business leaders and profitable alliances with community connectors
  • Tuesday, June 2, 2015
    • 11:00 AM
      Powerpoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
    • 1:00 PM
      Windows 8.1: Fundamentals
      This workshop will introduce key Windows 8.1 features that will get you excited about upgrading and using a device running Windows 8.1. Participants will see new features, improvements to old features, and a lot of new ways to personalize their device.
    • 3:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 5:00 PM
      Introducing the Surface 3
      Join this one-hour workshop to learn how to get the most out of your new Surface 3, whether you use it for work, at home, or in the classroom. We’ll walk you through everything you need to know, from unboxing and setup to a complete overview of your device, from case to Kickstand. We’ll show you how Surface 3 offers the best of both a laptop and a tablet, and how it can fit into your lifestyle.
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, June 3, 2015
    • 2:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 4:00 PM
      Windows 8.1 Fundamentals
      This workshop will introduce key Windows 8.1 features that will get you excited about upgrading and using a device running Windows 8.1. Participants will see new features, improvements to old features, and a lot of new ways to personalize their device.
    • 6:00 PM
      Powerpoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
  • Thursday, June 4, 2015
    • 7:30 AM
      Assistive Technology Conference (Offsite)
      Hosted at King’s University College in London, Ontario, the Assistive Technology Conference - Collaboration & Transition aims to provide a platform for Assistive Technologist and the like to enjoy a day of discovery, collaboration and networking.
  • Friday, June 5, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Field Trip - Sir William Gage Public School
      In this 90 minute workshop, kids will build coding skills. They’ll create, code, and playtest on the latest Surface Pro 3, Windows Phone, Xbox One, and Windows 8.1 – all based on STEM standards and ISTE principles. They’ll learn how to program, use visual coding, and create a game by working step-by-step through five key creation parts with our Tutorials Adventure. They’ll also take part in the Hour of Code campaign, a global event that gives millions of students their first glimpse of how to create real software applications. It is 90 minutes that they’re sure to remember!.
    • 12:00 PM
      YouthSpark Field Trip - Sir William Gage Public School
      In this 90 minute workshop, kids will build coding skills. They’ll create, code, and playtest on the latest Surface Pro 3, Windows Phone, Xbox One, and Windows 8.1 – all based on STEM standards and ISTE principles. They’ll learn how to program, use visual coding, and create a game by working step-by-step through five key creation parts with our Tutorials Adventure. They’ll also take part in the Hour of Code campaign, a global event that gives millions of students their first glimpse of how to create real software applications. It is 90 minutes that they’re sure to remember!.
    • 6:00 PM
      Xbox: Open Play
      Visit the Microsoft store to play one of our featured games on the BIG screen with BIG sound in our theatre space!
  • Sunday, June 7, 2015
    • 12:00 PM
      Windows 8.1 Fundamentals
      This workshop will introduce key Windows 8.1 features that will get you excited about upgrading and using a device running Windows 8.1. Participants will see new features, improvements to old features, and a lot of new ways to personalize their device.
    • 2:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 4:00 PM
      Powerpoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
    • 6:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Monday, June 8, 2015
    • 11:00 AM
      Windows 8.1 Fundamentals
      This workshop will introduce key Windows 8.1 features that will get you excited about upgrading and using a device running Windows 8.1. Participants will see new features, improvements to old features, and a lot of new ways to personalize their device.
    • 1:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 3:00 PM
      Powerpoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
    • 5:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
    • 7:00 PM
      Xbox: Open Play
      Visit the Microsoft store to play one of our featured games on the BIG screen with BIG sound in our theatre space
  • Tuesday, June 9, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      Field Trip Factory - The Valleys Senior Public School - Learn to Code
      In this 90 minute workshop, kids will build coding skills. They’ll create, code, and playtest on the latest Surface Pro 3, Windows Phone, Xbox One, and Windows 8.1 – all based on STEM standards and ISTE principles. They’ll learn how to program, use visual coding, and create a game by working step-by-step through five key creation parts with our Tutorials Adventure. They’ll also take part in the Hour of Code campaign, a global event that gives millions of students their first glimpse of how to create real software applications. It is 90 minutes that they’re sure to remember!.
    • 1:00 PM
      Windows 8.1 Fundamentals
      This workshop will introduce key Windows 8.1 features that will get you excited about upgrading and using a device running Windows 8.1. Participants will see new features, improvements to old features, and a lot of new ways to personalize their device.
    • 3:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 5:00 PM
      Powerpoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
    • 7:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
  • Wednesday, June 10, 2015
    • 10:30 AM
      YouthSpark Field Trip - Sir William Gage Middle School: Learn to Code
      In this 90 minute workshop, kids will build coding skills. They’ll create, code, and playtest on the latest Surface Pro 3, Windows Phone, Xbox One, and Windows 8.1 – all based on STEM standards and ISTE principles. They’ll learn how to program, use visual coding, and create a game by working step-by-step through five key creation parts with our Tutorials Adventure. They’ll also take part in the Hour of Code campaign, a global event that gives millions of students their first glimpse of how to create real software applications. It is 90 minutes that they’re sure to remember!.
    • 2:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 5:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
    • 7:00 PM
      Introducing the Surface 3
      In this 60 minute workshop, we’ll walk you through how to set up your new Surface 3. Next we will help you understand all the features and benefits of the Surface 3 and how it combines all the best attributes of tablet with the power and characteristics of a laptop that you have come to expect. We will touch on how the Surface 3 easily aligns to your lifestyle, whether it be that of a student, an educator, at home or at work.
  • Thursday, June 11, 2015
    • 11:00 AM
      Windows 8.1 Fundamentals
      This workshop will introduce key Windows 8.1 features that will get you excited about upgrading and using a device running Windows 8.1. Participants will see new features, improvements to old features, and a lot of new ways to personalize their device.
    • 1:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 3:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
    • 5:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
    • 6:30 PM
      Public Speaker Association
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton vanessan@microsoft.com.
  • Friday, June 12, 2015
    • 10:30 AM
      Brand U Presented by Sexy & Wealthy in Heels Mississauga
      In Brand U, we discuss the importance of branding in your marketing strategy and the key success factors that are crucial to creating a brand experience that sells your product, service and yourself. Local branding experts will share their best practices on the most important elements to build your brand and answer your burning questions to support your branding success. Advance registration required. To register visit: http://sexyandwealthyinheels.com/seminar/brandumississauga. This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton vanessan@microsoft.com.
    • 2:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 5:00 PM
      Celebration Square Block Party
      Join the Microsoft Team at Celebration Square, where we'll set up a gaming station for friends and family to go head-to-head playing some of the most popular Xbox games.
    • 5:00 PM
      Lyoness International (Private Event)
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton at vanessan@microsoft.com
  • Saturday, June 13, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      Incubate Institute Monthly Orientation (Private Event)
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton at vanessan@microsoft.com.
    • 1:00 PM
      OneNote 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces customers to Microsoft OneNote 2013, a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, photos, audio, videos, web links and more. Use OneNote to keep the information you need at your fingertips. With OneNote’s powerful search capabilities, you can easily find exactly what you are looking for. Full integration with the cloud means your notes and information are saved and searchable wherever you go — on nearly any mobile device, tablet, or browser.
    • 3:00 PM
      PowerPoint 2013: Fundamentals
      The Fundamentals of PowerPoint 2013 Workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading to the features and functions of PowerPoint 2013. This course will cover the basics of presentation design, adding and aligning shapes, creating new shapes and adding pizazz to presentations with animations and slide transitions. Learn great new options for presenting and sharing online.
    • 5:00 PM
      Word 2013: Fundamentals
      This workshop introduces new users and users who are upgrading, to the features and functions of Word 2013. The workshop covers the new templates, smart touch controls and much more. Learn layout documents, format text, and how to insert online pictures.
    • 7:00 PM
      Windows 8.1 Fundamentals
      This workshop will introduce key Windows 8.1 features that will get you excited about upgrading and using a device running Windows 8.1. Participants will see new features, improvements to old features, and a lot of new ways to personalize their device.
  • Monday, June 15, 2015
    • 6:00 PM
      Referral Quest MeetUp
      Referral Quest will be having a business meeting offered to Entrepreneurs. Referral Networks' primary goal is to teach business networking skills, support and assist our members, generate business activity, make new contacts, share leads and referrals + create win-win relationships with business leaders and profitable alliances with community connectors
  • Tuesday, June 16, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      Meet the Business Team
      Are you a small to medium size business? Are you confused or frustrated with your technology and looking for new solutions? Well then come in and meet our business team for a free no obligation consultation event at our store in Mississauga at Square One shopping mall. Come in and enjoy coffee and light snacks while experiencing technology which will enable your business to be more productive and leave you more time to focus on your business needs and clients.
  • Thursday, June 18, 2015
    • 7:30 AM
      Mississauga Board of Trade - Innovation Event
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton vanessan@microsoft.com
  • Tuesday, June 23, 2015
    • 6:00 PM
      Pinterest Blitz BootCamp for Small Business
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton at vanessan@microsoft.com.
  • Thursday, June 25, 2015
    • 6:00 PM
      Panic Free Job Search
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton vanessan@microsoft.com.
  • Monday, June 29, 2015
    • 6:00 PM
      Referral Quest MeetUp
      Referral Quest will be having a business meeting offered to Entrepreneurs. Referral Networks' primary goal is to teach business networking skills, support and assist our members, generate business activity, make new contacts, share leads and referrals + create win-win relationships with business leaders and profitable alliances with community connectors
  • Monday, July 6, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camp - Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom - Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century.   Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Tuesday, July 7, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camp - Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom - Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud.   In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3  Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Wednesday, July 8, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camp - Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom - OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless.   Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom.   Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Thursday, July 9, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camp - Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 6:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 6:00 PM
      Panic Free Job search
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton at vanessan@microsoft.com
  • Friday, July 10, 2015
    • 6:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom - Teaching App Creation
      One of the most highly sought-after skills in the workforce today is coding. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to create an app from a template, add content, and upload an app to the Microsoft store—all critical skills you can then share with your students. We’ll also show you existing apps and additional free resources to help your students stay inspired and continue their education.   You’ll also learn how to: Create a custom splash and lock screen Generate a custom tile for your app Make additions to your app   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Monday, July 13, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century.   Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 6:00 PM
      Referral Quest MeetUp
      Referral Quest will be having a business meeting offered to Entrepreneurs. Referral Networks' primary goal is to teach business networking skills, support and assist our members, generate business activity, make new contacts, share leads and referrals + create win-win relationships with business leaders and profitable alliances with community connectors
  • Tuesday, July 14, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud.   In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3  Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Wednesday, July 15, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless.   Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom.   Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Thursday, July 16, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Friday, July 17, 2015
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching App Creation
      One of the most highly sought-after skills in the workforce today is coding. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to create an app from a template, add content, and upload an app to the Microsoft store—all critical skills you can then share with your students. We’ll also show you existing apps and additional free resources to help your students stay inspired and continue their education.   You’ll also learn how to: Create a custom splash and lock screen Generate a custom tile for your app Make additions to your app   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Monday, July 20, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Tuesday, July 21, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      Meet the Business Team
      Are you a small to medium size business? Are you confused or frustrated with your technology and looking for new solutions? Well then come in and meet our business team for a free no obligation consultation event at our store in Mississauga at Square One shopping mall. Come in and enjoy coffee and light snacks while experiencing technology which will enable your business to be more productive and leave you more time to focus on your business needs and clients.
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Wednesday, July 22, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Thursday, July 23, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      This free YouthSpark Summer Camp gives kids ages 8 and older hands-on experience with the latest technology as they learn how to code, create games, and use their creativity and imagination. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Monday, July 27, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Tech-savvy kids 11 and older get a deeper dive into game, app, and website creation. They’ll get to customize new or previously created apps, create their own games and websites they can share with the class, and get introduced to the Learn to Code website so they can keep exploring at home. Featured software and apps include TouchDevelop, Microsoft WebMatrix, and Project Spark. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century.   Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 6:00 PM
      Referral Quest MeetUp
      Referral Quest will be having a business meeting offered to Entrepreneurs. Referral Networks' primary goal is to teach business networking skills, support and assist our members, generate business activity, make new contacts, share leads and referrals + create win-win relationships with business leaders and profitable alliances with community connectors
  • Tuesday, July 28, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Tech-savvy kids 11 and older get a deeper dive into game, app, and website creation. They’ll get to customize new or previously created apps, create their own games and websites they can share with the class, and get introduced to the Learn to Code website so they can keep exploring at home. Featured software and apps include TouchDevelop, Microsoft WebMatrix, and Project Spark. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud.   In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3  Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Wednesday, July 29, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Tech-savvy kids 11 and older get a deeper dive into game, app, and website creation. They’ll get to customize new or previously created apps, create their own games and websites they can share with the class, and get introduced to the Learn to Code website so they can keep exploring at home. Featured software and apps include TouchDevelop, Microsoft WebMatrix, and Project Spark. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless.   Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom.   Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Thursday, July 30, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Tech-savvy kids 11 and older get a deeper dive into game, app, and website creation. They’ll get to customize new or previously created apps, create their own games and websites they can share with the class, and get introduced to the Learn to Code website so they can keep exploring at home. Featured software and apps include TouchDevelop, Microsoft WebMatrix, and Project Spark. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Friday, July 31, 2015
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching App Creation
      One of the most highly sought-after skills in the workforce today is coding. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to create an app from a template, add content, and upload an app to the Microsoft store—all critical skills you can then share with your students. We’ll also show you existing apps and additional free resources to help your students stay inspired and continue their education.   You’ll also learn how to: Create a custom splash and lock screen Generate a custom tile for your app Make additions to your app   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Monday, August 10, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century.   Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 6:00 PM
      Referral Quest MeetUp
      Referral Quest will be having a business meeting offered to Entrepreneurs. Referral Networks' primary goal is to teach business networking skills, support and assist our members, generate business activity, make new contacts, share leads and referrals + create win-win relationships with business leaders and profitable alliances with community connectors
  • Tuesday, August 11, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud.   In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3  Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Wednesday, August 12, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless.   Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom.   Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Thursday, August 13, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom - Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
    • 6:30 PM
      Public Speaker Association
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton vanessan@microsoft.com.
  • Friday, August 14, 2015
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Teaching App Creation
      One of the most highly sought-after skills in the workforce today is coding. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to create an app from a template, add content, and upload an app to the Microsoft store—all critical skills you can then share with your students. We’ll also show you existing apps and additional free resources to help your students stay inspired and continue their education.   You’ll also learn how to: Create a custom splash and lock screen Generate a custom tile for your app Make additions to your app   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Monday, August 17, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom - Teaching in the Digital Age
      Take the learning experience to the next level for your students by making it shareable, digital, and fun. This two-hour workshop will show you how Microsoft hardware and software can be used to enhance the learning experience in your classroom. You’ll learn how to easily build lessons, teach students to create their own dynamic digital content, and prepare them for the 21st century.   Throughout the workshop, you’ll: Use a Surface Pro 3 to easily access, deliver, update, and save lesson plans Build and share OneNote lesson plans with other teachers with real-time updates Understand how Windows can help bring learning to life Learn how to collaborate, share, and extend classroom presentations   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Tuesday, August 18, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      Meet the Business Team
      Are you a small to medium size business? Are you confused or frustrated with your technology and looking for new solutions? Well then come in and meet our business team for a free no obligation consultation event at our store in Mississauga at Square One shopping mall. Come in and enjoy coffee and light snacks while experiencing technology which will enable your business to be more productive and leave you more time to focus on your business needs and clients.
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Collaboration & Learning in the Cloud
      Enhanced and engaged learning, creating and sharing ideas, and forming partnerships are just a few benefits of collaborative classroom learning. Now, with tools like Office 365, OneNote for Business, and OneDrive for Business, teachers and their students can team up on projects virtually in the cloud.   In this hands-on workshop for teachers, you’ll explore collaborative learning techniques with the aim of more effectively engaging your students in the learning process. While the course is designed around a literature-based theme, it can be applied to any subject.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll learn how to: Use OneNote and OneDrive for Business to collaborate in the planning, gathering, and sharing of materials Collaborate and create on a Surface Pro 3  Work as a team using Office Online All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Wednesday, August 19, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom - OneNote for Teachers
      OneNote is a free cross-platform app that helps students and teachers save time, stay organized, and collaborate more effectively in and out of the classroom. Students can build portfolios of learning, take notes through text or digital ink, and easily collaborate on group projects. Teachers can build and share lessons through class notebooks, letting them grade work virtually and go paperless.   Whether it’s to make your job easier or help enhance student learning, this workshop will show you why OneNote is such a valuable tool in the classroom.   Topics include: How other teachers use OneNote Introduction to OneNote: hands-on skills development How to build and share a lesson created in OneNote How to collaborate with students and peers using OneNote All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Thursday, August 20, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps - Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom – Tools for the Flipped Classroom
      The flipped classroom is an innovative method of teaching that allows for multimedia lessons and in-class exercises. Now you can “flip” your own classroom using familiar tools like Office Mix, a free add-in for PowerPoint 2013 that lets educators easily create and share interactive online lessons, with the ability to track each student’s level of understanding. This workshop shows you how to create your own Khan Academy-like videos, embedded quizzes, and even virtual simulations to help your student learn more deeply and become active learning participants.   By the end of the workshop, you’ll be able to: Teach students how to build their own mixes to share with their peers Create a Mix for various subject types, including math, science, geography, and music Know how to upload and read student progress reports All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Friday, August 21, 2015
    • 4:00 PM
      Microsoft in the Classroom - Teaching App Creation
      One of the most highly sought-after skills in the workforce today is coding. In this workshop, we’ll show you how to create an app from a template, add content, and upload an app to the Microsoft store—all critical skills you can then share with your students. We’ll also show you existing apps and additional free resources to help your students stay inspired and continue their education.   You’ll also learn how to: Create a custom splash and lock screen Generate a custom tile for your app Make additions to your app   All attendees will receive a certificate for their participation. Register today as space is limited. Share this event with your colleagues using the email and social media features at registration. Discover more tools and solutions for the classroom by attending our other Microsoft in the Classroom workshops. Learn more at microsoftstore.com/educatorevents.
  • Monday, August 24, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Tech-savvy kids 11 and older get a deeper dive into game, app, and website creation. They’ll get to customize new or previously created apps, create their own games and websites they can share with the class, and get introduced to the Learn to Code website so they can keep exploring at home. Featured software and apps include TouchDevelop, Microsoft WebMatrix, and Project Spark. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 6:00 PM
      Referral Quest MeetUp
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton vanessan@microsoft.com
  • Tuesday, August 25, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Tech-savvy kids 11 and older get a deeper dive into game, app, and website creation. They’ll get to customize new or previously created apps, create their own games and websites they can share with the class, and get introduced to the Learn to Code website so they can keep exploring at home. Featured software and apps include TouchDevelop, Microsoft WebMatrix, and Project Spark. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Wednesday, August 26, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Tech-savvy kids 11 and older get a deeper dive into game, app, and website creation. They’ll get to customize new or previously created apps, create their own games and websites they can share with the class, and get introduced to the Learn to Code website so they can keep exploring at home. Featured software and apps include TouchDevelop, Microsoft WebMatrix, and Project Spark. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Thursday, August 27, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Beginner)
      Beginners from ages 8–10 learn the fundamentals of coding and creating games in Kodu and designing apps in TouchDevelop. Fun activities like our App Off challenge and playing games in teams let kids get creative, connect, and have a great time in the process. Featured software and apps include Kodu and TouchDevelop. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 11 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Design (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Design (Intermediate)
      Tech-savvy kids 11 and older get a deeper dive into game, app, and website creation. They’ll get to customize new or previously created apps, create their own games and websites they can share with the class, and get introduced to the Learn to Code website so they can keep exploring at home. Featured software and apps include TouchDevelop, Microsoft WebMatrix, and Project Spark. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Design (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Monday, August 31, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Tuesday, September 1, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Wednesday, September 2, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Thursday, September 3, 2015
    • 10:00 AM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Beginner)
      Beginners ages 8–10 get fun, hands-on adventures in coding to build on their logic, creativity, and problem-solving ability. They’ll experiment with virtual bots, build games of their own, share their creations with the class, and much more. We’ll also introduce them to the Kodu Game Lab and the Learn to Code site for additional learning activities. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for beginners, ages 8 to 10 with no previous coding experience  Register today for Smart Game Coding (Beginner) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
    • 1:00 PM
      YouthSpark Summer Camps – Smart Game Coding (Intermediate)
      Experienced coders ages 11 and older dive right into coding and game creation in Windows App Studio and Project Spark. They’ll experiment with virtual bots and landscapes, work on games and apps of their own, and share their creations during their sessions. We’ll also introduce them to the Learn to Code website featuring Project Spark activities, along with other online coding resources, so they can keep exploring at home. Features all-new activities for Summer 2015 Camp lasts four consecutive days, two hours per day* Camp is designed for intermediates, ages 11 and older with some previous coding experience Register today for Smart Game Coding (Intermediate) as space is limited. Learn more about the other YouthSpark Summer Camps here. Register today as space is limited. Learn more about YouthSpark Summer Camps here.  While your child is in camp, parents can learn about online safety for their kids, try out a Surface 3, get a PC tune up, and more.   *Please note: The parent, legal guardian or authorized adult caregiver of every camp participant under 18 must sign a Participation Agreement on the first day of camp and remain in the Microsoft store for the duration of the event.
  • Thursday, September 10, 2015
    • 6:30 PM
      Public Speaker Association
      This is a private event. If you are interested in booking our Microsoft theatre for your own event please contact our Community Development and Events Specialist, Vanessa Naughton vanessan@microsoft.com
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