For notes from Gail Pierce's Class on iPhone Photography click here.
We Have Moved Into Our New Classroom click for directions. The School Support Sig remains at the old address.
Sign up for the Picnic and raffle Sunday Sept 7th. Click here to download the registration pdf.
Next GGCS General Meeting:
September 22, 2014, 7:15 P.M.
Four Points by Sheraton Hotel (Napa Room)
1010 Northgate Drive, San Rafael
Click here for directions.
Open to the public – admission and parking are free
Have Dinner Before the Meeting: We're encouraging members and visitors to get together for dinner before the general meeting at the Sheraton's restaurant. Arrive around 5:45 pm and feel free to ask to join another's table or invite another to join your table. The food is excellent and moderately priced, and there is a 20% discount coupon in the newsletter, or click here. There is also a "Happy Hour" in the bar from 4 to 7 pm.
About the Meeting:
Our general meetings offer a friendly forum for people interested in computers at all user levels, from novice to expert.
Before the General Meeting, between 6:00 and 7:00 PM in the same room as the the main meeting room, there is a free Introduction to Computing Class Ask at the reception table outside the meeting room for directions.
From 6:30 to 7:00 PM Door Prize raffle tickets are given out to members, memberships are renewed, etc. You can stand around talking to people who know lots and lots about computers.
The meeting usually follows this schedule:
7:15 pm – Announcements, followed by an open session during which members and guests can ask the group for help or opinions.
7:30 pm – Main presentation.
9:00 pm – Closing with a raffle of various hardware, software and books. There are often quite a few items from which to choose. Each member gets a free raffle ticket, both members and non-members may purchase additional raffle tickets.
Future meetings: Our general meetings are normally on the fourth Monday of the month. There is no meeting in December. The May meeting is sometimes a week earlier or later to avoid Memorial Day.