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Play, Learn & Share Minecraft in NYC

 

Girls Who Mine is a growing group of friends who meet to play Minecraft and learn tips, tricks and adventures from each other.

The gatherings were started by Jodi Jefferson and John Keefe, New York City parents with two daughters each.

So much fun!

Huge thanks to littlebits for hosting our last event! Check out their blog post about it (and all of the great photos!)

 

More Soon

We were thrilled with the response to our February event and so sorry we couldn't welcome more Minecrafters. We're already planning more! Get on our mailing list and you'll find out about it as soon as they are announced.

 

Host / Sponsor

Would your organization like to host or sponsor a Girls Who Mine event? All we need is space for about 20 girls and up to 20 accompanying adults on a Saturday afternoon, good wifi and help buying pizza or snacks. Let us know! Drop a note to jodi@girlswhomine.org.

Join our Mailing List!

We have big plans in the works, and we'd love to see you there. Add your email to our mailing list, and we'll keep you posted.

blog posts to check out

Teaching our Girls to Fly by Jodi is about how Girls Who Mine got started as a place for girls to connect around a game some think "only boys play."

Gardening at Night is a parent's guide to Minecraft by John, crafted to help moms and dads understand the basics and experience the fun with their kids.