The Apple Computer Information and Data Exchange of Rochester, is one of the oldest and largest Apple User Group. Our main purpose is educational; we demonstrate, inform, and instruct in the use of Apple computing technology. Since 1978, Apple CIDER has had a dedicated staff of volunteers who maintain the organization and help run meetings. Whether you’ve been using a Mac for years or just bought your first MacBook or iPad just last week, come and expand the horizons of your Apple world. Meetings are held September to June on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, at East High School, 1801 East Main Street, between Culver and Ohio Streets. Q&A meetings are held the following Saturday, at the JCC, TechAge Lab 1, 1200 Edgewood Avenue. Special meetings are held at different locations during the summer.
Wednesday, June 14th @ 7:00 PM
- Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference
- More macOS Sierra Tips & Trick w/Steve Rea
- Untitled presentation w/Dennis Wurster
- Favorite Web Sites panel discussion
East High School, 1801 East Main St
Saturday, June 17th @ 1:00-2:30 pm
A hands-on session for new Mac users. Hosted by Bob Hoey at his home: 226 Ashbourne Road, Rochester, 14618. Meeting will adjourn in time for participants to go to the Saturday Q&A. Please RSVP at 978-2440.
Open Q&A session:
Saturday, June 17th @ 3:00-5:00 PM
Tech Age Computer Learning Center at the JCC, Rochester.
Wednesday, June 21st @ 7:30 PM
If East High School, or the City School District is closed, the meeting will be canceled.
We will try to post an update here as soon as possible.
Check WHEC TV 10 or 13WHAM TV for detailed school closing.
We’re in a Membership Drive! Bring a guest to the meeting, and if they join the club, you can get a 3 month extension to your membership! See a board member for details.
Picnic: July 12 @ 6:00 PM, Buckland Park Lodge
1341 Westfall Rd, Rochester, NY 14618. Bring your own place setting and a dish to pass.
Amazon Smile donations to Apple CIDER are welcome
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