The regular monthly PyGTA meeting on March 20 will feature an introduction to the One Laptop Per Child project, and particularly the Python-coded Sugar development environment. It'll also have some discussion on news and events in the Python world, such as the University of Toronto choosing Python as its first-year teaching language. The meeting will be in the Linux Caffe at the corner of Grace and Harbord. People will start gathering around 6:30pm and get started with the more formal discussions around 7:00pm. Attendees normally wrap up the formal session between 8:30 and 9:00 and head out for beer, ice-cream and the like. See the PyGTA web site for details.