Westmont Library caters to kid gamers with Scratch program
WESTMONT – Young Westmont up-and-comers now have an advanced programming system created by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at their disposal.
The program, dubbed Scratch, allowed grade school students to create and design their own video games at the Westmont Public Library. Classes, for kids ages 7 to 11, are every other Thursday afternoon.
“All the kids have enjoyed it and the parents are very pleased,” librarian Jack Schultz said. “Most of the classes we’ll have somewhere between eight to 10 kids on average.”
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