Hello and Welcome,
Meeting TODAYPenrith Group - Saturday, 5 Jun - 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm at the Penrith City Library
The meeting starts typically with a Q&A session around the table to enable members to share problems, advice and computer tips.
The group will then discuss any other technology or computer topics of interest.
Penrith City Library (far left) and Train Station (far right)
— Jeff Garland, ( Jeff Garland<email@example.com> )
PS: Unfortunately, Jeff can't make it to today's meeting, and he sends his apologies.
The Library will still be open, and you are welcome to hold the meeting. Standard COVID-19 precautions apply — Ed.
Schedule of Current & Upcoming Meetings ‡
40 2021/06/05 — 14:00-17:00 — 05 Jun, Sat — Penrith Group, Penrith City Library
41 2021/06/08 — 17:30-20:30 — 08 Jun, Tue — Programming, L1 Woolley Room or via Jitsi
42 2021/06/11 — 10:00-12:30 — 11 Jun, Fri — Friday Forum, L1 Carmichael Room
44 2021/06/15 — 09:30-12:30 — 15 Jun, Tue — Tuesday Group, L1 Woolley Room
45 2021/06/19 — 13:30-16:30 — 19 Jun, Sat — Web Design, L1 Woolley Room or via Zoom
46 2021/06/22 — 17:30-20:30 — 22 Jun, Tue — MAIN Meeting, L1 Carmichael Room or via Zoom
47 2021/06/25 — 09:30-12:30 — 25 Jun, Fri — Digital Photography via Zoom
‡ As decided after assessing the Members' wishes (resumption of face-to-face meetings) via the latest Online Survey.
Please go to the SPC&TUG Newsletter for 7 - 12 JUNE 2021 in SWAY format.
Meeting Location & Disclaimer
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All Meetings, unless explicitly stated above, are held on the
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