Mac Classes - July '12
Can you believe it? The first half of 2012 is behind us, and we're still praying for rain. Ridgway's music in the park starts Thursday, and the Farmer's Market has finally moved Town Park as well. It may be dry as a bone out there, but there's still a ton of great stuff going on all around!
As I did for June, again due to a very busy schedule, I'm going to be limited to just one Saturday class, and then the free overview class at the end of the month. Here are the specifics:
On Saturday, July 21st, from 10 a.m. to noon, I will once again be offering my popular iPhoto class. Come learn everything there is to know about Apple's powerful digital photo organization/editing program. Is it finally time to get your photo library under control, with the added bonus of learning how easy (and fun) the process can be? Well then, this is the class for you! I will be covering both the latest version (iPhoto '11) as well as the previous ('09) version. Cost for this class is $20, and it will be held at the Ridgway Town Hall. No sign-up necessary, and it's open to drop-ins, so come if you can!
Lastly, as I said, due to very busy summer schedule, the only other class for July will be...
The regular FREE "Overview of Mac OS X" class, which takes place on the last Wednesday of every month, and this month that means it happens on Wednesday, July 25th from 5-7 p.m. These overview classes are held in the computer lab at the Ridgway Library. There are only eight seats available, and the Library has asked that I handle the sign ups, so give me a call at 970-417-8434 (or drop me an email) if you'd like to attend. (Be aware that first-timers take priority over anyone who has taken the class before, but there are often openings for repeaters).
There are six Macs in the computer lab, so only two of the eight attendees need their own laptops. This class is beginner-oriented, but we cover some different things every month; repeat attendees are encouraged (when there's room)!
Take care everyone, and have a great month!!
Posted by John I. Clark