The meeting will be the SECOND Thursday, as we couldn’t get the first Thursday.
Location: We will be in the Centennial Library, starting at 18:30.
This is the same location as December 2018. Again, note the location, time, and date. We will be in this location for The first half of 2019. The Centennial Library is at 3870 Old Richmond Rd. in Bells Corners. Bus routes 88, 97, and 256 are listed as servicing that area. Note that we will be done by 20:30, as this library closes earlier than the other location.
New2Linux from 18:00 to 18:30 for discussion / learning.
After the meeting, there may be an optional social event at one of the nearby pubs or restaurants. A short discussion and vote as to location will be taken then.
Note: New speakers welcome. If you have a topic or know someone who may have a good topic for a meeting, feel free to suggest it to the board.
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