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Our Digital Holiday Party is December 14th

December Digital Holiday Party.
Join us December 14th, 2019 for Fun, Family, & Friends

It is a Do-It-Yourself Digital Party 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Description of projects:
Volunteers are needed, let Bob know if you know of anyone who can help. Bob will help them learn their support tasks.


Light Painting
Bring ornaments, or we can do multiple exposure photos.
Richard Lynch & David Kite will help you paint with colored light. Great for multiple exposures of friends, family, or you.



Animated GIFs
You can use your photos to create small looped animated videos. Maggie Reddy will take images on the green screen, and Bob Coleman will help you create the videos.


Make your pet or baby talk
Mike Norten will make them say whatever you want. Great for Holiday emails or fun family get-togethers. Bring photos of pets or babies.

Paint on your iPad
Linda Reis, our resident Artist will demonstrate the powerful but easy painting techniques you can do on your iPads

Audio Project
Leonard Davis will be demonstrating an inexpensive device that receives a Bluetooth signal, amplifies sound sent to it, and sends it to conventional wired, unpowered speakers. This makes it possible to play streaming audio to older wired, but unpowered speakers. This would include things like one’s private music collection, Pandora, and other online sources.

Photography Exhibition and Canvas Stretching
Bob Coleman will demo how to stretch prints. Each Artist will stretch their own images. Bob will bring previously submitted prints, tools, and stretchers.

Once a month meetings

9:00 – 10:00 AM:
Q & A, Tell us what you want.
More Special Interest Groups
Share a Morning with Coffee, You, & Apple.
10:00 – 10:45 AM:
Main presenter
10:45 – 11:30 AM & Beyond:
Talk to the Presenter
Sharing breakouts
Answer questions & meet with friends


Photo Green screen
Maggie Reddy will take photos or video, and Bob will place your image into any scene, including top of Christmas tree, mountain top, top of Empire State Building, or into any image you own.


Create Calendars
Taylor Sharp will take images from your phone and create a 12 month 2020 printable PDF calendar. You choose the size: business card, 5×7, or 12-month letter size.

Once a month meetings

Our Apple User Group meets once a month, usually the second Saturday, at The Richardson Civic Center. You can learn more about our next meeting just a little down below and more information on how to get there. We usually have new topics to talk about each month, guest speakers and presenters, and other helpful insights.

We meet at The Richardson Civic Center.
Parking & Entrance West Side of Center.

411 W Arapaho Rd, Richardson, TX 75080

Come down Arapaho Rd and then Civic Center Dr. The entrance will bring you to the Civic Center parking lot near the library. Once you enter the Civic Center from this end, make a left and down the hall are our meeting rooms.

Can’t wait to see you there!


The Apple Corps of Dallas
Always learning, always teaching, & always sharing.

9:00 – 10:00 Open meeting for your questions & answers:
Bring your questions and share them with the group. There are no wrong questions. Feel free to share your digital problems. Someone in the group usually has the answer. If we are not able to answer the questions during this session, unanswered questions carry over to future meetings.

10:00 – 11:00 Featured Speaker:
Richard Lynch and his team work hard to get great speakers. Some of our previous topics have featured topics like Using old software on new Macs, Heath & Apple Watch, Video editing and sharing, Photo techniques, iCloud, Sharing, FileMaker Pro (Claris) database, Create Exciting Keynote presentations, and drones.

11:00 – 12:00 Breakout Session:
Stay and ask questions from our Featured Speaker or breakout into various groups and go into more in-depth on significant topics. Bring your ideas and start your group. We have a General breakout where Leonard Davis helps with many Apple questions. There is a Vision SIG breakout group. We tested Green Screen, Photo retouching, iMovie editing, and painting from photos. There is even a coding breakout.

About Us

Apple Corps of Dallas

Helping Others Since 1978

The Apple Corps of Dallas (ACD) is the oldest Apple Computer User Group still in operation, established in January of 1978.

Our members are primarily from the Dallas and Fort Worth Metroplex area. Our aim is to provide you with the latest information on your computer, to offer help in solving problems, to present forums for discussion, and to provide insight on the ever expanding world of technology.

Don’t got a Mac? No problem! We also assist users who just have iPhones and iPads. In fact, Owning an Apple product is not necessary.

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