In the interest of staying tuned in to what’s happening in the geek community, we’ll be posting details of upcoming local events that our members will be at, and recommending events for other girl geeks to attend. If you’re thinking of coming, please comment on this page – then we can know who’ll be there, and you can find other friendly faces!
Celebrating 200 years of women in tech
Venue: Auto Trader, First Street
Time: Tuesday, October 20th, 6pm
Ladies Who Code Manchester are running an extra special Ada Lovelace celebration on October 20th.
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It’s Manchester Science Festival this month, and as well as our two events (Girl Geek Dinner and Ball Pool Tea Party) there’s plenty of other things going on around the city, and here’s our picks!
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Click here to book tickets: £2
Sunday, 1 November 2015, 2pm-4pm, Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester
Do you have a passion for technology? What gadget could you not live without? What wonder of science do you think the world should know about? Come to the next Manchester Girl Geeks Tea Party and share your knowledge with girls (and guys) who want to know more. We’re having a Girl Geek “Show and Tell” and you’re invited to come along, learn something new and teach us about the things you find fascinating. Continue reading “GGTP #56: Show and Tell… in a ball pool!”
In the interest of staying tuned in to what’s happening in the geek community, we’ll be posting details of upcoming local events that our members will be at, and recommending events for other girl geeks to attend.
Call for disabled musicians, makers, technologists, coders and hackers to attend DMLab North, launching Monday 26th October 2015 at Madlab, Manchester. Supporting the development of accessible musical instruments for disabled musicians.
Continue reading “Girl Geek Friendly Event – Drake Music Lab North, Monday 26th October 2015 at Madlab”
Free training – click here to book tickets
Friday, 9th October 2015, 1pm-5pm
Kanaris Lecture Theatre at the Manchester Museum
Manchester Girl Geeks and ScienceGrrl, who both run workshops and events to engage people with science, are looking for early career researchers, and anyone working in/studying science, technology, engineering or related subjects to join our team of speakers.
Continue reading “Free training: Get into public engagement”