Last Thursday, May 9, Code for Hampton Roads volunteers hosted a pizza party and info session for Camp Digital at Young Terrace Community Center.

About 30 people ages 8 to (it’s not polite to ask) enjoyed pizza and heard about free summer classes that will be offered in the center’s computer lab starting in June. Classes will introduce digital skills for video game design, digital map making, and web site production.

St. Paul’s residents of all ages can sign up. Each class will be 1 hour, 1 night per week, for 3 weeks, to start. Classes will be added according to demand. Two classes of eight students each will be offered per night. Registration is still open, but space is limited. Residents can sign up online form or contact Young Terrace Community Center to be placed in a class.

Camp Digital is provided thanks to the committed volunteers of Code for Hampton Roads, PixelFest, OpenStreetMap Foundation, and 757ColorCoded. Camp Digital is provided in cooperation with Young Terrace Community Center, Department of Recreation Parks and Open Spaces, City of Norfolk.


We thank the dedicated staff at Young Terrace Community Center, without whom we could not provide this camp.