Updated on Monday, July 11, 2016


Come on out to the next meeting!

You don't have to be a member! You can attend as many as 3 meetings as a guest and then decide if the Club is for you.

And it's easy to join - just bring exact change - a $10 bill (no cheques, please) - and see Joan, our Membership Director, at the Sign-In desk at any meeting. For this small fee you can attend the entire season of 14 meetings from October 2016 thru May 2017 and enjoy a free coffee or tea and refreshments at each meeting. You will also get access to presentations made at meetings, email notices about significant events for computer users, and our list of suggested software, plus the ability to ask the Technical Support Team your most vexing computer problems!

WHERE: King Edward Park Community Centre, 75 Elizabeth St., Brighton

        * Presentation - see the email sent to all members shortly before the meeting

        * Questions and Answers with the Tech Team. If you are a member, you may bring a written question, or ask at a meeting, or send your question via email to the Club.

        * Break and Refreshments: Please bring a cup if you would like coffee or tea during the break. There is no charge for refreshments.

Meeting Schedule:

The 2016-2017 schedule will be posted here when available. We are presently on our summer break. Meetings will begin again in October, 2016.

Notice to BCC Members:

If you would like to receive any of the following: Tips or Suggestions, Presentations, Recommended Software, Minutes of Meetings, or the Constitution; or ask a question about your computer or software:

Please send your request via email to:  

and you will receive the requested material by return email.


We are...

A group of people who get a lot of use and fun from our computers and enjoy learning more about them. We have formed a club with the motto People Helping People. Together, we can help each other and learn a few new tricks!

We meet in Brighton, Ontario and run our meetings with maximum emphasis on education and learning - minimum time on administration. Usually, there is a presentation (by a member or an outside expert) on a topic of interest, followed by a friendly social break with refreshments. Finally the Questions and Answers section - when members ask for advice from our Technical Support Team.

Meeting at Brighton's community centre

The Club provides a great venue for learning about desktops, laptops, tablets and other mobile devices. We cover all types of software - with the emphasis on security and free!

We help members in other ways - from providing answers to members' questions, to providing a list of suggested free software products and copies of meeting presentations. Between meetings, our Technical Support Team monitors significant computer developments and keep the membership up-to-date by email.

We hope to see you soon!

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