Binary Keychains - NEW LOCATION

Tuesday August 12, 2014: 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm -- Pittsfield Branch: Program Room

This event is intended for Grade 3 to adult

Make a cool keychain that spells your name in binary code!

Binary code is a system that computers use to interpret language and characters using only 0 and 1. For this craft, we'll convert the sequences of 0s and 1s to colored beads for an amazing keychain!

This event was originally scheduled for the Downtown Library Multi-Purpose Room and has been relocated to the Pittsfield Branch.

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keychain

Love making keychains.


great project

Wish my daughter was a little older. She would love making a binary keychain.


Keychains.

I can never tell my keys from the wife's, so this will be helpful. Thanks!


so cool

so cool


cool

that sounds cool i'm probably going


Love this idea

Love this idea


We made pretty keychains. It

We made pretty keychains. It was really fun and we learned what Binary code was.Thank you so much.