Seniors wanting to brush up on their tech knowledge or learn new skills can sign up to the Tech Savvy Seniors sessions throughout October.
The popular program is back at Glenquarie Library from Wednesday, October 2 and begins with an introduction to computers.
It will run each Wednesday and includes other topics such as introduction to the internet, email, android tablets and social media.
“This is a great program which enables older members of our community to learn new skills which can assist them in a world that is increasingly relying on technology to conduct day-to-day business,” says Mayor George Brticevic.
“Tech Savvy Seniors has been a very popular program in the past and is sure to be booked out so get in early to secure your place,” Cr Brticevic said.
The program is provided through grant funding from the State Government and Telstra.
Quick reference guides from the State Library of NSW will be provided.
Places are limited so book now through Campbelltown Council’s website.
Anyone with an eye for a great photo and a love of the Macarthur region’s spectacular natural environment is invited to enter the Macarthur nature photography competition.
Photographers of all ages can enter the competition with their photos that capture the amazing flora and fauna of the area.
The themes for this year’s competition are Native Flora, Native Fauna, Waterways, Experience Nature and Landscapes of Macarthur.
Entries are open to residents across Campbelltown City, Camden and Wollondilly councils.
More than $5,000 in prizes are up for grabs across the multiple themes and age groups.
People are also invited to join renowned bird specialist and photographer, Mark Fuller on a free Walk and Talk tour of Scattergood Reserve at St Helens Park tomorrow, Saturday, September 21.
The tour will take people through a variety of habitats and look for the array of wildlife living within.
More information on council’s website.