This Saturday we'll be having a talk about GIS (Geographical Information Systems) here at Code Club. GIS is a technology (or a science depending on how you look at it) designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of spatial or geographical data. So when you look at an online map and use it to find your closest doctor, find the best route to get from A to B or use it to visualise areas of a particular interest, you are using GIS. Come and learn more about it, see what it can do and how it's changing the way we look at the world around us. Besides this, we will also have the next Scratch lesson and our 3D space, hackspace and makerspace will be in full swing. The Sunday robotics class is also running as per schedule. I also wanted to give advance notice that we will be closed over the Easter weekend, and have a number of classes starting after that, particularly HTML and CSS for kids, Microsoft Publisher for adults and repeats of our Scratch and Robotics classes. If you're interested in joining one of them, please drop me a note at firstname.lastname@example.org Come join us on Saturday to learn something new and share what you know!