Technology Summer Camps for kids at NextGen Tech Learning

NextGen Tech Learning is offering Technology Summer Camps for kids for different grade level.
Camp details are available @
Summer Camps for 3rd to 5th graders:
– Introduction to Programming and Scratch Programming
– Fundamentals of Robot Building & Programming using LEGO Mindstorms EV3
– Advanced Scratch Programming
– Fundamentals of Electronics and Electronics
– Introduction to Sensors and Programming using Arduino
– Introduction to Game Design using Minecraft Redstone
– Building Minecraft Adventure Maps with MCEdit
– Introduction to Digital Art and Web Designing
Summer Camps for 6th to 10th graders:
– Introduction to Arduino and Electronic circuits
– Advanced Electronics and Programming with Arduino
– Advanced Robotics Programming for LEGO Mindstorms EV3
– Minecraft: 3D Game Design with Minecraft
– Minecraft Mod Building using Java
– Mobile App Development for Android Platform
– Introduction to Java programming language

NextGen Tech Learning
NextGen Tech Learning

Please contact @ 925-659-8000

Hindu American Foundation presents a panel discussion in San Ramon

Caste, Cows, And Curriculum – What your children are being taught about your religion, heritage, and culture in our schools

“When you die, do you think you’ll come back as an ant?”
“Are your parents saving up for your dowry?”
“What caste are you? Can you eat at the same table as Sachin or is he a lower caste?”

Taunts such as these are unfortunately common in 6th grade classrooms across the state and leave children embarrassed about their religion and heritage. These stereotypes are perpetuated by the misrepresentation and negative portrayals of religion in school textbooks.

California public school textbooks play an important role in educating students and providing them with exposure to diverse religions and ethnic groups. Inaccurate and biased information, however, has a significant impact on students, teachers, and parents and can lead to discrimination and bullying of children.

Join the Hindu American Foundation (HAF) and a diverse panel of academics, interfaith activists, and communications experts for a stimulating discussion on the representation of religion in school textbooks and academia. Come find out what your children are being taught about your religion, heritage, and culture in California schools, what HAF and other communities are doing about it, and how you can get involved!

Date: Sunday, April 6, 2014
Time: 1:00 – 3:00pm
Location: San Ramon Library, 100 Montgomery St, San Ramon, CA 94583
Vamsee Juluri, Professor of Media Studies at University of San Francisco
Dr. Barbara A McGraw, Director of the Center for Engaged Pluralism at St. Mary’s University
Maha Elgenaidi, Founder of the Islamic Networks Group
Dr. Vineet Sharma, HAF Executive Council Member
Local Contacts: Hema Patel ([email protected]) and Brinda Patel ([email protected])

Aging Gracefully ~ A Free Workshop

Dear Ones, Announcing the first of our many Women’s Workshops to come ~ AGING GRACEFULLY.  Open to Women of all ages.Certified yoga therapist, Lavaanya Singh, addresses women’s issues like PMS, menopause, childbirth, depression, sexuality, body changes among other things. As we get older our bodies go through a lot of changes and there are simple yoga postures that help address the many changes we face as we get through the normal course of life.
Join us for a FREE session that addresses the many Women’s issues that have very simple remedies.
where: Art of Living Tri Valley Center , 6690 Amador Plaza Rd., Suite 215 Dublin, CA 94568
when: April 9th at 9:00am – 11:30am

Pickup from Kolb Elementry School Dublin

Hi There, I am licensed daycare provider in Dublin near Kolb Elementary School , I need someone to pick kids from Kolb Elementary School and drop at my place. Please email me at [email protected] if you can help, with charges. Preferably who is already providing pick/drop services for other daycare or parents. References will be highly appreciated. Thanks!