Posts Tagged ‘computer’

Never too Old to Learn

Classroom 302 at the Cary Senior Center will be the location of a new computer class called: Never too Old to Learn. There are literally 100’s of free classes on the internet that you could be utilizing. This class is to teach you where to find them and how to use them as an educational resource. The class will be from 1:30 pm to 4pm Thursday, March 14th. This is a great opportunity to get some hands on work with a computer.

Location: 120 Maury O’Dell Place

Phone: (919) 469-4081

Introduction to SeniorNet

This class is a computer training program that will teach you all about the other programs offered to seniors at the Cary Senior Center. Learn about up coming classes and workshops that you might be interested in partaking in. The program will also teach you about the National SeniorNet program, helping you schedule classes that are at the best time for you. Come to classroom 302 on Thursday, January 10th starting at 1:30 pm for this free meeting. Tell your friends to come along too!

Location: 120 Maury O’Dell Place

Phone: (919) 469-4081

Basic Computer Applications

Computer ArtIn a dynamic technological world, it can be difficult to understand and keep up. The basic applications course provided in the Cary Senior Center can help! The course provides an overview of Microsoft applications including Open Office, Microsoft Office, and others. Within these categories, applications cover word processing, spreadsheets, and presentation utilities. A flash drive is required for this course.

The course is offered for two different dates: Tuesday, April 24th and Thursday, May 3rd from 9:30 AM to noon. The course is $39 for new students and $30 for returning students.

The Cary Senior Center is located in Bond Park at 120 Maury O’Dell Place, near NW Maynard Road and NW Cary Parkway.

Call (919) 469-4081 for more information.