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Wednesday Minecraft Power Hour at MakerKids

When and where

Date and time

Location

MakerKids 2241 Dundas St W Toronto, ON M6R 1X6 Canada

Map and directions

How to get there

Refund Policy

Contact the organizer to request a refund.

Description

Last Wednesday Minecraft Power Hour is November 13. Please do not purchase tickets past this date.

Do you love Minecraft?

Come in and play single-player or on our kid-safe server with knowledgeable people around to answer all your Minecraft questions!

At our Minecraft drop-in, kids can play Minecraft and explore how to create skins, install mods, learn about adventure maps, and even set up a server or connect to existing servers so you can play in multi-player with everyone there. Kids and teens can also experiment with converting Minecraft objects to 3D models, and then testing out printing on our 3D printer.

The format of the class focuses more on self-learning and kids exploring Minecraft on their own, with our instructors available to help them create skins and install mods and everything else - rather than a class style.

Please come with a Minecraft account login (paid version), and bring a computer if you can. We'll get you set up and help you along the way with Minecraft skins, mods, maps and more.

FAQs

What age range is this program appropriate for?

Minecraft programs are appropriate for ages 8-18.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

We are located at 2241 Dundas St W, about a 5 walk from Dundas West TTC subway station. The 504 King Street car also stops nearby. If you are driving, there is parking across the street at Loblaws.

Do I have to purchase a ticket in advance?

It is best to purchase your ticket in advance to reserve your spot, but paying at the door is also possible if there is room that night.

Do you have other programs?

We have other programs for kids and teens: www.makerkids.eventbrite.com

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

You can email us at info@makerkids.ca.


*Thank you goes out to Brent, Sam and Tom for creating the MakerKids sign in Minecraft and for letting us share the photo with everyone - so amazing!

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