7 September 2005 Computers, coffee, cake, anyone?
If you are one of the many who feel out of touch with computers and technology and aren't sure where to go for help, the thought of learning in a relaxed environment over a cup of coffee and cake may just be ticket!
Coffee and computers, jointly funded by Caloundra City Libraries and the State Library of Queensland, offers residents the opportunity to learn more about computers and the internet while relaxing with coffee and cake.
Caloundra City Mayor Don Aldous said the free sessions, which kick off later this month, will be offered at all four library branches and will include sessions on getting started, hobbies, travel, health and family history.
"This is a fantastic new program that not only allows participants to learn in a relaxed environment, but also offers them the opportunity to meet others with similar interests and learn new skills," Cr Aldous said.
The free sessions, held at various times, start at Beerwah Library on Tuesday 27 September at 9am. A copy of the program with session times at all branches is available from Council's Customer Service Centre, your local library branch, and from Council's website at www.caloundra.qld.gov.au.
Not only will participants learn how to conquer computers and the internet, they will also be able to experience some of the coast's best coffee, thanks to Montville Coffee, who are sponsoring the coffee for the program.
Contact Caloundra City Council on:
Phone 1300 650 112 (local), (07) 5420 8200 (outside the Sunshine Coast) or +61 7 5420 8200 (international)
Post: PO Box 117 Caloundra 4551 Qld Australia
In person: Omrah Ave, Caloundra, Qld, Australia
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