header2There’s fun stuff happening around the Pacific Northwest next week and we’ve pulled some choice events from the GeekWire Calendar for you – MozCon is coming up, which promises to be chock-full of useful tidbits and seminars, Code Fellows’ Women-Only edition of their bootcamp series seems intense (in a good way) plus plenty of games to help you unwind. GeekWire’s very own Game Night is next Wednesday, July 10th and is something you will NOT want to miss! Please be sure to check the GeekWire calendar throughout the week for other great events.

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MozCon: Seattle: Monday, 7/8 – Wednesday, 7/10 All day. This is the crash course in social media, content strategy, design, analytics and everything and anything else you need to know to pump up your startup! Lots to learn at this one, don’t miss it!

Code Fellows’ Women-Only Bootcamp: Monday 7/8 – Friday 8/23. Are you a woman in tech looking to hear from other women in tech? This is an on-going class that guarantees the students a job afterward. Meet some inspiring women and mentors along the way!

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GeekWire Game Night & Meetup: Wednesday, 7/10 5-8 pm. We’re back for round two of our popular Game Night! This is an old school, lo-fi style meetup featuring our favorite board game, Settlers of Catan (plus many more, bring your own too!) We’ll also be placing some bets in our DoubleDown Interactive casino gaming room! Drinks, snacks and AWESOME prizes! And did we mention that Dave Schappell will be in town buying the first round? This is going to be a fun one, and tickets are going fast.

CondoInternet Open House @ Hue Apartments: Thursday, 7/11 6-10pm. Taking place @ the Hive game room, attendees will get to play arcade games and have a chance to win an Xbox 360! Sounds rad to us!

emily Emily Shahan is GeekWire’s cultural attaché. Reach her at emily@geekwire.com. Events for this regular feature are chosen from the GeekWire Calendar. To submit an event to the calendar, go to the calendar page and look for the green button.

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