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January 2018 activities

The new year is just around the corner! Join us January for a meeting or Tech Learning Day. Add these dates to your calendar:

Tuesday, January 9 at 7:00 p.m. Our regular monthly meeting at the Matthews Community Center. Our topic is holiday show and share. Bring that cool tech toy that you bought (or received) over the holidays and tell us about it!

Saturday, January 13 from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. It's Tech Learning Day at the Matthews Community Center. Need help with your Mac or mobile device? Have a tech question that you can't Google to solve? Stop by and we'll help!

Feel free to post your comments or questions here. See you in January!

Subscribe to CACC's updated iCal

We've received lots of feedback about how folks would like to hear about our meetings. It seems like e-mail, iCal, and the Club's site are the preferred methods, so starting in January we're going to test announcing meetings through these channels - and we will not send postcards. Please take a moment to subscribe to CACC's updated iCal calendar. Please note that if you subscribed to the previous calendar posted via Mobile Me, you should unsubscribe to ensure all dates and meeting information is correct.

Technology Learning Day

We regularly are asked how Learning Day works, and if there is a structured program on Learning Day Saturdays. CACC hosts a monthly Learning Day on the second Saturday of the month. Learning Day is an informal and unstructured session where you can drop-in and we'll help with any specific questions you have or specific topics you'd like assistance learning.  

If you have questions or need help, Technology Learning Day is the place to be for one-on-one assistance! Support is available on a number of topics, so stop by a Learning Day one Saturday if you have questions, need help, or just want to shoot the breeze about Mac stuff.

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