Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, Houston Chronicle Technology Columnist, Mac Observer iReviews Editor, author of nearly 60 books and one of the world’s leading experts on the Mac OS, will visit three MUGs in the Mid-Atlantic USA on May 7-13.
He will begin his tour at the Princeton Macintosh Users Group (PMUG), followed by the Hershey Apple Core, and then to the Main Line Macintosh Users Group (MLMUG). This will be his 11th visit to MLMUG, and his visits are one of the highlights of the user group calendar.
May 7 — Dr. Mac Dinner in Princeton, NJ
May 8 — Creative Computing
May 8 – Princeton Macintosh Users Group
Hershey Apple Core – May 9
May 12 – MLMUG
May 12 — MacOutfitters in Doylestown, PA
(Thanks times ten to Maria O. Arguello, Apple User Group Regional Liaison for this great list!)
On April 17, Ronnie Roche, North Coast Mac Users Group Vice President, will show attendees tricks, tips and ideas for the iPad. She will also discuss some of her favorite apps and how to use them.
Save the Date!
Mac Computer Expo 2012 – Saturday, October 6 – Petaluma Community Center
On April 17, MacNexus of Sacramento will host Jason Snell, Editorial Director of both Macworld and PC World Magazines. Jason will discuss what’s new and exciting. Of course the evening wouldn’t be complete without the usual MacNexus Apple news and rumors with RockyTheActor, Workshop and Volunteer news, Expert Help and their wonderful Raffle. April 17 looks to be another MacNexus night you won’t want to miss!
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For more than 25 years one of the wonderful benefits of belonging to the Portland Macintosh Users Group (PMUG) has been the opportunity to attend the group’s members-only MacCamp sessions. Better yet, the Spring 2012 MacCamp is right around the corner: April 20-22. From enjoying the waterfalls and nature walks of Silver Falls State Park, to great food, to fun networking experiences, to multiple training sessions and even a gamers’ cabin, each camp holds a place in the hearts of those who attend. Is your group looking for a novel idea to build community and share knowledge? Check out PMUG’s MacCamp.
Check out what attendees say about the experience.
Learn more about MacCamp.
Is your group’s User Group Locator record up to date? This summer the Locator team will be updating the database, and groups with dead web links or non-functioning email addresses will be put on pending. Make sure your group stays on active status. Update your group’s records today.