DCC IS CLOSED UNTIL UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
To our valued members of the Bits and Bytes Club:
As Canada and the world continue to fight COVID-19, public facilities remain closed, and city-run programming remains cancelled.
The City of Kitchener announced recently that “all city-run cultural and recreation facilities are closed, and all city-run programming and activities are cancelled until further notice, and will be evaluated on an ongoing basis. Further information can be found on the City’s website at https://www.kitchener.ca/en/city-services/storm-and-emergency-updates.aspx”
As a result of this continuing fight of COVID-19, most of normal Bits and Bytes programming have been cancelled.
NEW AS OF SEPTEMBER 1, 2020
In a continuing effort to to stay in touch with, and help our members,
the Bits & Bytes Club is now conducting the following monthly events:
Speaker Meeting - via ZOOM. Click on link for
Drop In - for one on one help - via ZOOM. Click on link for details.
Computer Show and Tell - via ZOOM. Click on link for details.
To remain connected in these times of isolation, Bits and Bytes members are able to request access to our Facebook group. If you wish to add our group, Launch your Facebook app, search for “Bits And Bytes Computer Club Kitchener”, and send a request to Join the group.
The Bits and Bytes Computer Club is located at the Downtown Community Centre, 35 Weber Street West (corner of Ontario Street) in Kitchener. (Click for map).
The club, started in 1989, is dedicated to helping adults gain a better understanding about computers through small group, participant-paced learning. For more information, see About B&B.
need a Kitchener Group Card to participate in all free events taking
place in City of Kitchener community centres.
Click here for information about the Kitchener Group Card.
IMPORTANT PARKING NOTE:
There are important changes for parking at DCC
1: If you are able, please park in the Duke & Ontario Street Garage (with the lime green circular ramp.)
Bring your parking stub to the front desk to receive a free pass to get out of parking.
2: Use one of the 40 parking spots in the DCC lot. To avoid getting a parking ticket:
A: BE SURE to display your pink parking pass (available from the front desk.)
B: BE SURE to park only in one of the spots shown in this Downloadable PDFmap
All Fall courses have been cancelled
due to COVID 19 related closure of the Down Town
Check out two brand new courses being offered in the future:
How to Sell Online
Check out our monthly Calendar of Events.
There are three ways to register for courses offered by the
1. on line at: Active Net
2. by phone at (519) 741-2501
3 in person at the Downtown Community Centre,
Breithaupt Centre or Rockway Centre
Course availability can be checked through Active Net
Active Kitchener, The new City of Kitchener magazine listing all courses and activities.
The club wishes to extend thanks to Bolton Smith, owners and operators of boltonsmith.com, for the hosting of our Website.
Bits & Bytes and INKWELL
Get your empty inkjet or bubble jet cartridges refilled and mention the Bits & Bytes Computer Club at INKWELL Inc. and Inkwell will donate $1.00 to the Bits & Bytes Computer Club. INKWELL: 40 Lancaster St. West, Kitchener.
DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY CENTRE
35 Weber Street W, Kitchener, ON Canada N2H 3Z1
Ph: (519) 741-2501 Fax: (519) 741-2704
Last updated October 23,