The MUG Event Calendar for the Week of May 7: Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, Dave Hamilton, Pages, and MacCamp

The MUG Event Calendar

Headlining this week’s MUG Event Calendar are appearances by Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus in Alaska and The Mac Observer’s Dave Hamilton in New Jersey. Groups in Michigan are combining forces for MacCamp, and a New Hampshire group will discuss Apple’s Pages.

Your group’s events could appear on The MUG Event Calendar if you make a little effort. Put a note on your schedule for the first of the month and email the details of your next meeting to The MUG Center.

The week’s complete listings include:

Monday, May 7

Virginia Macintosh Users Group – TBA

Wellington Macintosh Society (Kapiti – New Zealand) – Mac OS and iOS updates. New iPad and iWork

Sydney Macintosh Users Group (Australia) – TBA

Tuesday, May 8

Seattle Xcoders – NSCoders Night

Princeton Macintosh Users’ Group – “Running Your Mac and Apple Devices Lean, Clean, and Mean” with Dave Hamilton

MacWichita – Steve and Rogers presentation

New Hampshire Seacoast Mac User Group -Publishing with Apple Pages

South Suburban Macintosh Users Group –

MacinTech – Apple Pay and Apple Cash

Capitol Macintosh – Annual CapMac Picnic and Swap Meet

Santa Fe Macintosh User Group – TBA

Charlotte Apple Computer Club – iPhone photography

Wednesday, May 9

Apple CIDER – InDesign Home Publishing; New Emoji in iOS 11.3

Hershey Apple Core – Tech Talk Dinner

ApplePickers – PowerPoint

Ocala Macintosh User Group – Apple in the Smart Home

The Villages Apple User Group

Sierra Nevada Apple User Group – TBA

Saginaw Macintosh Users Group – MacCamp

Alaskan Apple User Group – Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus

Naples MacFriends – iOS 11 + Q & A

Thursday, May 10

Seattle Xcoders – Xcoders Night

Tidewater Macintosh Users Group – Community Discussion

Friday, May 11

Long Island Macintosh Users Group – Apple Photos for MacOS & iOS Continued

Atlantic City Area Macintosh Users Group – Browsers

Saturday, May 12

MacWichita – TBA

Southern California Macintosh Owners-Users Group – Personal Finance Software:  Why should we have it…what are the differences

Suburban Macintosh Users Group – TBA

Orange Apple Computer Club – Q&A

Suburban Chicago Apple Users – Getting The Most Bang For The Buck With Your Technology

Main Line Macintosh Users Group – Recent developments in security and privacy; Amazon Echo/Dot; Run multiple MacOS by partitioning your hard drive

Apple Corps of Dallas – TBA

MACinAwe Macintosh User Group – MacCamp

North Coast Mac Users Group – What is DNA? How can we use it for research?

Sunday, May 13

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