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So, what happens at a MathsJam?

The MathsJam weekend is basically a time to get together and simply relax in the company of people who like the same kind of stuff you do. It's a gathering of the tribe, as it were.

Primarily, there is time to chat with people. But here are some of the activities run by volunteers and attendees alongside the programme of talks:

Tables of Stuff

At the back of the room, we place two tables - one is for things you're happy for people to take away with them, and the other is for things you're happy for people to play with and not take away. This means attendees can bring along puzzles, handouts, toys, games, knitted items and anything else they want to share with people.

Occasionally contributors to the 'things to take' table have requested a small donation in a collection box, either to cover the costs of producing the items, or for charity. This is strictly optional.


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