One of the benefits of working with the Tulsa City-County Library is that they have awesome graphic artists on staff, who create promotional materials for hundreds of events a year. They have put together a beautiful poster and flyer for the National Day of Civic Hacking, highlighting the three events planned for the day:
From the poster:
Saturday, June 1
Central Library • Fourth Street and Denver Avenue 918.549.7323
Tulsa joins dozens of other cities around the country for the National Day of Civic Hacking. Let’s roll up our sleeves and improve our community!
Tulsa Wiki Editathon • 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Join developers, writers, designers, data geeks, leaders, idea makers and other citizens to kick start your Tulsa Wiki! Whether you’re a Tulsa County native or new to the area, you can collaborate with and learn from your neighbors on the Tulsa Wiki. Anyone can add to it, anytime—just visit www.tulsawiki.org.
Join us for this Tulsa Wiki edit party, featuring Wiki 101, food for our contributors and a big sense of community. Pitch in for part or all of the day. Kickoff is at 10 a.m.; wrap-up and prizes at 3:30 p.m.
Code for Tulsa Brigade Meetup • noon-1:30 p.m.
Code for Tulsa (codefortulsa.org) will host an open meetup for everyone interested in civic apps and open data. Discuss challenges and opportunities to help Tulsa government work better by leveraging the talent and best practices in our tech community.
Tulsa RHoKs (partner event at the Guthrie Green)
A preselected Random Hacks of Kindness Hackathon team will meet at the Guthrie Green, 111 E. Brady St., and use their technical skills to create something great for the Brady Arts District.
Registration and More Information
Visit http://www.tulsawiki.org/ndoch for more information on Tulsa’s National Day of Civic Hacking event. Register for the event at https://ndochtulsa.eventbrite.com.
- Guthrie Green
- George Kaiser Family Foundation
- Code for Tulsa
- Tulsa City-County Library
- Code for America
- Random Hacks of Kindness
- Tulsa Library Trust
- TCCL Staff Association
Free and Open to the Public • 2013 • If you are hearing-impaired and need a qualified interpreter, please call the library 48 hours in advance of the program. TulsaLibrary.org
Look for the flyer and poster at your local library. If you need some to handout, please let us know!