What is ClubMac?

ClubMac is for people who are interested in the Apple Mac platform. We provide an opportunity for people new to Apple computers (as well as experienced hands) to meet and to learn how to get the best out of their Mac in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

At our monthly meetings — which take place on the first Wednesday of every month between September and May — we aim to answer questions that people may have with their Mac, provide them with up-to-date news on all things Apple and inform them about those little-known but often very useful software applications.

ClubMac’s bulletin board is also a very important resource; if you’ve got a problem, post it on the bulletin board (you must register first — it’s free) and our helpful band of Apple gurus will do their best to sort you out.

ClubMac’s next meeting is on November 5

ClubMac meeting: 5 November 2014
ClubMac’s next monthly meeting will take place on November 5 in Merrion Cricket Club, where the club house has been extensively upgraded following the flooding in 2011.

The agenda will include our regular slots: Technical Q&.A. What’s New in the World of Apple, Useful Gadgets and Useful Utilities..

We are delighted to welcome back as our guest speaker, Dean Lochner of the Bondi Group, Dean has presented at our meetings in the past and those of us who remember his talks know that we will be in for an informative and entertaining talk. Dean is going to focus his presentation on how to back up your data.

For more details on the Bondi Group, follow this link.

ClubMac returns home

We return to our “spiritual home” in Merrion Cricket Club which has undergone a significant transformation with a modern meeting room and first-class wifi facilities.

ClubMac has a new trainer

ClubMac is pleased to announce that Committee member, Richard Bannister, has agreed to present a training session at the start of each monthly meeting.