Posted by webmaster on September 7, 2014
You are Invited to a Special, Free, Members-Only Event.
(Your snail mail official invite has been sent). You must RSVP for this event by returning the invite.
Please Join Us in Celebrating 30 Years of Supporting You, our Mac Family.
The NCMUG board wants YOU!!! to Join us for an evening of friendship, dining, (no host bar), memories, trivia and prizes. This is a celebration for and about our members and thirty years of all things Mac/Apple. Jeff Gamet of The Mac Observer will host this event. (see Jeff’s bio and trivia info at the end of this email)
When: Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Socialize with your fellow members – beginning at 5:30 pm. (No Host Bar) Dinner buffet starts at 6:30 pm
Where: Santa Rosa Golf & Country Club
333 Country Club Dr, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
**Dress is business casual. (No tank tops, t-shirts, shorts or flip-flops)**
This event is free and open to members only ***
Registration requires refundable deposit of $55 per person, by check or credit card, along with a registration slip. (watch your snail mail for the official invite and registration slip) At check-in, your check or credit card slip will be returned.
***(remember each membership is technically a family membership so you may bring your significant other or spouse)
RSVP by October 10, 2014 via US Mail
Jeff Gamet is the Mac Observer’s Managing Editor, and co-host of the Apple Context Machine and The iOS Show podcasts, hosts The Mac Observer Daily, and is a regular guest on The Big Show. He is the author of “The Designer’s Guide to Mac OS X” from Peachpit Press, and writes for several design-related publications. Jeff has presented at events such as Macworld Expo, the RSA Conference, and the Mac Computer Expo. In all his spare time, he makes guest appearances on several other podcasts, too. Jeff dreams in HD.
How good are your Apple, Mac, and iPhone trivia skills? Put your knowledge to the test and see just how deep you can go into all things Apple, as well as how you stack up against the competition. With easy and obscure questions, there’s bound to be something you can answer. Even better, there will be plenty of prizes, too.