The SaddleBrooke Ranch Tech Club has offered a number of educational classes this past February and early March including Effective Use of Android Phones, Photo Editing Tips with Photoshop, and PC Basics.
Scheduled in later March:
* March 23 at 1 p.m.: Photo/Slide/Video Transfer to Digital Formats
* March 30 at 1 p.m.: PC Basics (final session)
These classes are exclusively for Tech Club members, so please register online at www.sbrtechnology.club. Also, check out the Tech Club calendar on our website for all the drop-in one-on-one help sessions.
Finally, two big events open to all members of SBR regardless of whether or not you’re a Tech Club member:
* March 24 at 1 p.m.: Student Robotics Demonstration and Competition. Two teams from Tucson and Queen Creek will demonstrate their hand-built robots which have won a number of statewide competitions. You will love the ingenuity these students display in building and running their robots. The two teams are part of NASA’s Quest for Education & Arts program. John Kelly, the NASA engineer who presented to us last year is a program mentor. This event will be held in the Sol Ballroom.Registration is recommended via our website: www.sbrtechnology.club.
* April 3 at 10:30 a.m.: Trico Electric will have staff present to discuss energy saving techniques and programs for your home. Trico will also discuss their solar and electric vehicle programs. Registration is recommended for this special event as well.
We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming events and please consider joining the SBR Tech Club. Your investment will be well worth it.