February – March 2014
You tweet therefore you are-or not. Twitter is, in fact, the most misunderstood social media on the planet, so this workshop will focus on the why and how of followers, following, and hashtags. The goal is to turn Twitter into a must-have daily tool for you, regardless of your goals and/or your business. Completion of the Social Media I and Social Media II workshops in January is highly recommended, but not required.
Please join us with The Metropolitan Opera Live in HD at the CMC Eileen and Paul Finkel Auditorium in Breckenridge 107 Denison Placer Road, Saturday at 10 am for Prince Igor. Tickets are $10 for students, $16 for seniors and $20 for adults. For more information and to purchase tickets please follow the link below.
FREE event and open to the public
Senior (62+) scholarships available for this class.
Basic introductory tour of the Macintosh Operating System (from 10.6 Snow Leopard to the present). Introduces key terms and navigation around your laptop; the Desktop, Finder, and System Preferences. Learn how to locate and organize your files, change the look and feel of your computer, and learn the basics of using your Mac laptop. Students must bring their own Mac laptop.
If you have basic familiarity with your Mac laptop, including use of the Desktop, Finder, and System Preferences, dive more deeply into particular programs on your laptop. Explore iPhoto and iTunes, learn how to import photos and music and organize this content for easy playback. Get your iPhone and/or iPad into harmony with your laptop by learning how to select and synchronize content from your laptop to an iPhone and/or iPad. Students must bring their own Mac laptop and iPhone or iPad.
Maneuvering about the airport must be done safely. Pilots use the “rules of the taxiway” to accomplish this. We will discuss airport signs and markings, and principles and techniques associated with both large-volume and small regional airports. Representatives from Garfield County Regional Airport and Atlantic Air will speak on each of their duties associated with the smooth operation of the Rifle Airport.
Go to WebAdvisor Continuing Education to search (use the Syn #) and register and pay for class.”
An evening for the public with three leading Alzheimer’s research scientists.
Exciting scientific progress is being made in discovering potential ways to predict, treat, delay and even prevent Alzheimer’s Disease. Concurrent with its joint scientific research conferences on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Diseases, Silverthorne-based nonprofit Keystone Symposia is hosting a free evening event for the public with three leading Alzheimer’s researchers: Dr. David M. Holtzman from Washington University School of Medicine, Dr. Richard Mayeux from Columbia University and New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Dr. John Q. Trojanowski from the University of Pennsylvania. Brief presentations by the panelists will be followed by audience Q&A.