An announcement with details of the upcoming Monday program will be sent to club members on the preceding Friday. Meetings will have a hybrid format (in person in the Rec 1 Theater and online via Zoom). Announcements will also be sent to the LW Post and LWAZU.
Links to Previous Programs
January 18, 2023: "Gmail and Google Calendar" Join us for information, tips, and tricks for using Gmail and Google Calendar. Multiple tips are included for each including how to use filters to organize and declutter your inbox.
December 12, 2022: "Considering Solar Power? Let's Explore the Details." Join us for an updated presentation by Doug Latch, a LW resident who made the move to solar power last spring. Doug has lots of great information to share.
December 5, 2022: "Folding @ Home with Paul Emmerich". Learn how you can use your computer to help find cures for dreaded diseases such as Alzheimer's. The program runs mathematical calculations in the background on the computer either while it is being used or is idle. The calculations model protein folding and interactions to help find cures for diseases.
February 14, 2022: Learn tips for organizing your cell phone (Android phones and iPhones). Topics will include creating folders and using other tools to help you easily find the apps on your phone when you need or want them. Learn about widgets, where to find them, and how to customize them to fit your needs.
February 7, 2022: Learn about the history of computers, the rivalry between Microsoft and Apple, and more with Ed Schofield
January 24, 2022: Learn about low-cost airfare, room accommodations, and other aspects of travel in this informative presentation from Michael VanDernoot. The information here will help you plan your next get-away. You will want to see this presentation before you book flights and plan your next trip.
January 10, 2022: Storing and organizing digital photos. The first video in the recording includes information about Google Photos, Amazon Photos, and others. The second video includes information about preserving digital photos for future generations. A separate 3-minute video showing how to create a digital picture of a print using PhotoScan from Google Photos is included in the links.
November 29, 2021: Mesa Red Mountain's THINK Spot librarian, Shari Durst, describes the equipment available to use at the library (3D printers, vinyl/laser cutters, sewing machines/serger, green room studio, and more). She also shows how to access the free downloadable entertainment available including movies, music, magazines, and of course books.
November 8, 2021: Information about streaming entertainment to our televisions. Topics include popular streaming devices such as the various Roku and Amazon Fire streaming sticks and services that provide live and on-demand programming. Services include subscription-based options such as YouTubeTV, Sling, Amazon Prime, and Hulu as well as several of the free options available.