If you're in the Indianapolis, Indiana area on April 13-14, join the locals from IndyPy as well as the Boston Python Workshop and OpenHatch in a weekend workshop. The groups have joined forces to create a beginner-friendly environment with a focus on involving women of the community and introducing computer programming with Python. There's no prerequisite knowledge required to attend, as the weekend is planned for true beginners not just to Python but to programming in general. For the full details, see https://openhatch.org/wiki/Indianapolis_Python_Workshop.
One of the weekend's stated goals is to "increase Python community diversity through programming outreach events." The event is female-focused and is staffed primarily with women, and encourages attendees to bring a friend. For men who are interested in the event, bring along a female friend to get involved with you!
The group's organizers, Catherine Devlin and Mel Chua, with the help of Boston's Jessica McKellar, want to get you writing and enjoying programming. Another goal of the event is to introduce and involve the attendees in their local community, fostering growth of events such as Indiana LinuxFest (where the workshop takes place) as well as local meetups and project nights.
If you're interested in sponsoring the workship, please email event organizer Catherine Devlin at firstname.lastname@example.org.