The Heritage Library is the place where 577 students participated in the Hour of Code during Computer Education Week, December 8 – 14. This is the largest learning event in history, with the mission of introducing computer science to 100 million students, worldwide. Coding activities were done with Pre-K through 4th grade, giving the students practice in logic, problem-solving, critical thinking and collaboration with peers. These skills prepare them for success in all subject areas. Further coding practice is encouraged in Heritage computer labs, classrooms and at home.