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.
Effective August 23, 2016, you will
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.
Check out our monthly Calendar of Events.
Spring courses are
now listed on the website.
In addition there are still a few remaining Winter courses available.
Registration for Spring courses is now open.
You are encouraged to register early as some classes fill up quickly.
There is a limit of 8 students per class in most instances.
There are three ways to register for courses offered by the
1. on line at: Web reg
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 Web reg.
Join the online Bits & Bytes Google+ community to share
and receive computer information.
For more information see the Drop-in page.
Best of Times, City of Kitchener's magazine listing all courses and activities is now available on line.
Active Kitchener, The new City of Kitchener magazine listing all courses and actibities.
Kitchener Group Card
Effective August 23, 2016, in order to take part in any free
activity at any City of Kitchener community centre, you will be
required to have a Kitchener Group Card. A Kitchener Group
Card can be purchased at any Kitchener community centre. Cost for
those 55+ is $15.00.
If you have purchased a VIP card in the past year, you will receive a refund for the unused portion. This can be applied to the purchase of your Kitchener Group Card.
For more information on the Kitchener Group Card, ask office staff at any Kitchener community centre, or check the link below:
Security Study for Mobile Devices
by Dr. Kelly Grindrod, UW School of Pharmacy
A special invitation has been extended to Bits & Bytes members to volunteer to participate in this study
For complete information, click on and view the 3 PDF forms:
1. Study details
2. Consent form
3. School of Pharmacy parking information
To arrange participation in this study, email firstname.lastname@example.org .
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 March 16,