Hello and Welcome,
SMSA Temporary Closure
Please note that in the latest email from SMSA, they have advised that they will be closed until 12 July 2021.
Therefore, the Friday Forum, as detailed below, scheduled for 9 July 2021, will not be available to our members.
— Ron Ferguson,
Following the latest NSW Public Health Order and Greater Sydney Lockdown, the SMSA building and Venue Hire services are CLOSED from Friday, 25 June until Monday, 12 July. (*)
All venue hire and events due to be held during this time have been cancelled without penalty.
(*) Subject to change under Service NSW guidelines. Any changes that affect this closure will be communicated by email.
Schedule of Current & Upcoming Meetings ‡
48 2021/06/05 — 14:00-17:00 — 03 Jul, Sat — Penrith Group, Penrith City Library
49 2021/07/09 — 10:00-12:30 — 09 Jul, Fri — Friday Forum, L1 Carmichael Room
51 2021/07/13 — 17:30-20:30 — 13 Jul, Tue — Programming, L1 Woolley Room or via Jitsi
52 2021/07/17 — 13:30-16:30 — 17 Jul, Sat — Web Design, L1 Woolley Room or via Zoom
53 2021/07/20 — 09:30-12:30 — 20 Jul, Tue — Tuesday Group, L1 Woolley Room
54 2021/07/23 — 09:30-12:30 — 23 Jul, Fri — Digital Photography via Zoom
55 2021/07/27 — 17:30-20:30 — 27 Jul, Tue — MAIN Meeting, L1 Carmichael Room or 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 5 - 10 JULY 2021 in SWAY format.
Meeting Location & Disclaimer
~ Newsletter Editor ~
Information for Members and Visitors:
Link to — Sydney PC & Technology User Group
All Meetings, unless explicitly stated above, are held on the
1st Floor, Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts, 280 Pitt Street, Sydney.
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