Did you know ACTApple meets regularly not only in Canberra, but also Port Macquarie and Moruya!
You don’t have to be a member to attend. Come along and see what the benefits of membership are at one of our meetings. Just let one of the committee (the ones with the name tags) know that you are a visitor and they will show you around and introduce you to ACTApple.
We usually have computers set-up for individual help with members problems – or bring your own computer along to have one of our resident experts sort out some particularly frustrating problem. The calendar on the website has the current meetings dates and times.
We encourage you to contact Trevor beforehand with any topics or issues you would like covered at firstname.lastname@example.org.
View upcoming meetings in our calendar of events here.
Currently we have both day and evening meetings each month.
Evening meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at Hughes Church, commencing at 7:30pm (7pm for the December meeting, no meeting in January) with a number of different sessions to cater for a wide range of interests. The main meeting begins at 8:30pm.
Some sessions include demonstrations and discussions of something topical in the main hall, or we may break in to smaller groups where people can discuss issues with others, as well as any resident “experts” on the night.
In 2018 we started holding monthly daytime meetings as well – check the calendar for dates and times. Note that the location for daytime meetings are a different venue – they are held at the Raiders Weston Club.
Meetings are held on the third Saturday of each month at the PMHC (Port Macquarie Hastings Council) Library in Grant St, commencing at 9:30am.
South Coast (Moruya)
Meetings are held at the Moruya Golf Club, commencing at 1pm. Dates for the remainder of 2018 are:
– 25 November
Good better best
At ACTApple presentation nights we generally get to have 2 types of people attending – good speakers AND good listeners! Incredible isn’t it? Recently in our “how to improve ACTApple and achieve world peace” forum we thought we could become GREAT speakers, so …
- If you’re a speaker looking to give a great session please review our Speaker Guidelines
- If you’re a listener please help us put a great session together by contacting us.