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For this year’s National Day of Civic Hacking, three groups—Open Nebraska, Lincoln Coding Women, and Omaha Coding Women—are working together to put on a single, combined event.

11am – 4pm June 7, 2015
Aviture in Omaha
8802 S 135th St #500, Omaha, NE 68138

This year’s event will feature presentations and workshops on Civic Hacking, food, and a call for local non-profits to describe their technical needs.

Crowd from Civic Hack Day 2014, hosted by the #LNK Coding Women

Crowd from Civic Hack Day 2014, hosted by the #LNK Coding Women

Crowd from Civic Hack Day 2014, hosted by Open Nebraska

Crowd from Civic Hack Day 2014, hosted by Open Nebraska

Last year, there were two events for the National Day of Civic Hacking. This year we are combining forces to create an event that’s bigger and better! Bring your computer, your ideas, and your passion for creating a better tomorrow.

This event has two main goals: to connect non-profits with technologists to talk over their technical needs and get advice, and to further discussion and learning about civic hacking.

The 2015 Nebraska Day of Civic Hacking will take place at Aviture in Omaha, who have generously provided space.

Driving Directions to Aviture from I-80:

Take 80 towards exit 439. Go East on NE 370.

Turn left/north on 132nd St.

Turn left on Centennial Road.

Take Centennial to the end, and turn left on S 135th St.

Take an immediate right into the first parking lot, the entrance is at the end.

Questions? Comments? Contact one of the organizers: Karin Dalziel from #LNK Coding Women, (karin@nirak.net), Sandi Barr from Omaha Coding Women (sandi.k.barr@gmail.com), or Ross Nelson from Open Nebraska (ross.nelson@gmail.com)