The Bits and Bytes Computer Club is a progressive, not for profit, group for adults aged 50 years or better who wish to gain a better understanding of computers and technology.
Membership is Free. A Valid Kitchener Group card is required.
Click here for information about the Kitchener Group Card.
To our valued members of the Bits and Bytes Club:
As a result of this continuing fight of COVID-19, most of Bits and Bytes programming will be virtual using ZOOM.
New offerings for June 2022
Kitchener Tech Connects is offering free tech courses for Seniors.
Most courses are taught virtually using ZOOM
A limited number are taught in person
Intro to iPads
Intro to Chromebooks
Intro to Email
Intro to the Internet
Stay Safe Online
Zoom for Beginners
Click here for additional information and dates on June courses
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 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.
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 at Inkwell
- tell them you are a Bits & Bytes Computer Club member
- INKWELL will give you a stamped voucher for each refilled cartridge
- bring the voucher to the next in person Bits & Bytes event that you attend
- Inkwell will donate $1.00 to the Bits & Bytes Computer Club for each voucher
- Inkwell is located at 40 Lancaster St. West, Kitchener.
DOWNTOWN COMMUNITY CENTRE
35B Weber Street W, Kitchener, ON Canada N2H 3Z1
Ph: (519) 741-2501 Fax: (519) 741-2704
Last updated June 13,