Getting to the Event
Directions: St. Luke's Pointe Auditorium is located within the east wing of the old Saint Luke’s Hospital, 11327 Shaker Blvd. Cleveland, OH 44104. The entrance to the auditorium can be accessed from both Shaker Blvd. and Martin Luther King Drive. Shaker Blvd is on the front side of the building and Martin Luther King Drive is on the backside of the building). The entrance to St. Luke's Pointe Auditorium just is west of the Harvey Rice School and Library.
Parking Options: You may park in the parking lot of Harvey Rice School and Library, along the street on Martin Luther King Drive or in the Saint Luke’s Manor parking lot. Lastly, additional parking is in the lot west of the building, and street parking on Martin Luther King Drive.
Public Transportation: We can also be accessed via RTA at 116th Street and Buckeye Avenue.
What is Civic Hacking?
May 29 & 30, 2015
Friday 6:30pm - 8:30pm | Saturday 11am - 6:30pm
Fix 216 is a civic hackathon that will produce websites, apps, and/or tools that can facilitate open dialogue, idea generation, and awareness-building around public safety, excessive force and the Department of Justice consent decree in Cleveland.
This event will:
1) present technology as a way to lift up the work of area residents and organizers
2) make the case for activism to those who are unfamiliar.
Fix 216 will also include introductory lessons for people wanting to learn the basics of coding, civic tech, and the process of pitching ideas to investors. This landmark two-day event is open to everyone, community advocates, techies and everyone inbetween.