Members Ken Redcap and Tom Hagen are teaching an eight week Python 3 computer coding class to middle school students at the Rochester Hills Public Library. Classes are offered in the RHPL maker space known as the “Eureka Lab”. The Eureka Lab kindly hosts our class there on Thursdays for 8 week sessions. We have conducted 3 sessions starting earlier in 2019 and will be starting the next session on January 2, 2020. We accommodate 10 students at a time and we teach basic elements of the Python 3 language for 1 hour. The first half of the class is devoted to Python coding on laptops in an integrated development environment (IDE). The IDE we use is called “Mu” and is intended for beginning programmers. The second half of the class uses the Adafruit Circuit Playground Express (CPE) development board. The CPE is programmed over a USB cable and a different project is run each week of the class. Some of the projects are; infrared remote control, musical capacitive touch piano, servo motor drive, and many more.