The Oakmont News / August 15, 2015
Osher Lifelong Learning Institution at SSU—Oakmont Full Class Preview September 2, 3 PM, Berger Center
Please join us...
ﬂMeet instructors as they introduce their courses ﬂRegister for class ﬂGreet your neighbors ﬂLight refreshments Ebb and Flow of Civilizations By Tyra Benoit, M.A. Mondays, September 28 – November 2 3-5 PM, Berger Center
What are the lessons we can apply to modern civilization?
The Bomb’s Early Light By Les Adler, Ph.D.
Wednesdays, September 30 – November 4 3-5 PM, Berger Center
best bits and pieces of the mac os RONNIE ROCHE
WHEN: Saturday, August 15 TIME: 1:30 p.m. Social, 2 p.m. Meeting PLACE: East Recreation Center Come learn how to customize Apple Mail and Safari; learn how to make Preview and Image capture more than just photo viewing Apps; explore the new iTunes and see what apple Music is all about! As always there is always time for your questions. We look forward to seeing you! Website: http://www.oakmug.org.
Dues are $10 per household. Three ways to join: 1) at any meeting; 2) a check made payable to OakMUG and sent to Justine Haugen, Treasurer, 8926 Acorn Lane, Santa Rosa, CA 95409; 3) or you may put your check into our file in the OVA Office. Members receive a discount on the entire catalog of O’Reilly and Peachpit books.
MAC TECHNICAL HELP
If you need technical assistance with your Mac or accessories, call Ronnie Roche, 573-9649 and Stephen Henry, 542-4668. Both are Certified Apple Consultants. General questions please call me at 539-3079, or E-mail JerryT94@batnet.com.
A free service to our membership
Send your Mac questions by E-mail to the following E-mail address: OakMUGTechHelp@gmail.com. An OakMUG Mac expert will either get you an answer or will recommend someone who can.
iPAD SIG: show up and share
WHEN: Tuesday, August 25 at 2 p.m. WHERE: Berger Center
Learn about scientists and officials whose decisions were central to the atomic bomb.
Volunteer Opportunity Press release
MOVEMENT AND STYLE: A SURVEY OF CALIFORNIA ART AND BEYOND By Linda Loveland Reid, B.A. Thursdays, October 1 – November 5 3-5 PM, East Rec Center
From 1950 onward: Landscapes to Social Realism to Modernism
Course brochures are available in the OVA Office and the CAC Lobby. Please direct questions about Oakmont courses and activities to Co-Chairs Paul & Susi Heidenreich, at (206) 604-6418 or by email at OakmontLLL@gmail.com. Guests of Oakmont residents are welcome, space permitting.
Seniors At Home, a division of Jewish Family and Children’s Services, has opportunities to visit with older adults to help them not feel alone. The Caring Connections program provides support to those with a history of mental health issues, with the goal of helping them improve engagement in their daily lives by visiting with them one hour a week. You’ll be working on specific goals to help combat their isolation, loneliness and depression. No previous knowledge of working with this population required—just a willingness to learn. Friendly Visiting: Want a more simply social match? We are always looking for new members to add to this dedicated group of volunteers who visit isolated seniors once a week. We currently have lonely seniors in Sonoma Valley waiting for volunteers. Training and on-going support provided. Contact Barbara Tobin at BarbaraT@jfcs.org or 707303-1510.
Published on Aug 13, 2015