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- 12:00 - 1:00
- CDA Children's Choir - "O'Canada"
- Legion Colour Party
- Tammy Faessart
- Joey Clarkston
- Forbidden Plateau Barbershop Quartet
- 1:00 - 2:30
- Triple Heat Dancers
- Bruce and Judy
- PK Tessmann
- Barrie Donaldson
- Richard Caissie & Family
- 2:30 - 3:00
- Fiddle Jam
- Rozzie, Raine, and Elizabeth (Rainbow Explosion)
- Vanier Improv
- Doug Cox and Caleigh Cox
- True Colours
- 3:00 - 4:00
- Guides, Brownies, & Sparkes
- Judy Norbury and Joanna Finch
- Helen Austin
- 7 Story Circus
- Todd Butler and Nellie Butler
- 4:00 - 5:00
- Pantuso Dancers
- Pat's Pack
- Just in Thyme (choir)
- James & Johnson
- Erik Erikkson
- 5:00 - 6:00
- Valley Dance
- Peter Bourne
- Brodie Dawson
- Evergreen Choristers
- Keisja Cox
- 6:00 - 7:00
- Laurie Tinkler Jazz Dancers
- Paul Rodgers
- Alana, Dani, & Kara
- Laurie Tinkler Highland Dancers
- 7:00 - 8:00
- Susie McGregor
- John Reynolds
- Cody Rodgers
- Sue Medley & John Mang
- Kenny Shaw & Brian
3 Years ago My Tech Guys was approached by Clarice Coty of Building Links as she had noticed our companies website was not showing up when googling Computer Repair. Building Links and 1st View starting doing facebook, twitter and blog posts on our behalf and the results were immediate - even after 3 years we show up at least on the first page if not the #1 position.
For 21 years Building Links has been recognized as a valued weekly resource for subscribers who receive up-to-date news for the Vancouver Island construction and real estate industry.Their specialty is providing informative updates on building permits, tenders, proposed developments and industry news. 1st View is the only online directory to market new residential real estate on Vancouver Island and is focused exclusively on marketing Vancouver Island real estate, businesses and services. Both businesses are based in the Comox Valley.
Rotary Poker Tournament Nov 15, Dec 13 and Jan 17
Call Keith at 250-334-4722 to Register
My Tech Guys now offers group seminars on a wide range of topics. Sessions are $20.00. They are held on Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:00 from Oct 1st to Dec 3 at our Courtenay Store.
Classes are booking up fast so if you would like to register Call Richard Caissie at 250-338-4411.
See below for a detailed list of Tech Talks
Tech Talk Overview:
November 5th. Media Streaming:
What is Media Streaming. Learn about Netflix, Youtube, iTunes, NHL Game Centre and more.
November 12th. Home Sharing:
What is Home Sharing. How can I use it in my life to make life better.
November 19th. Social Networking:
What is Social Networking and why is it important. How is it changing our world. Discuss how it can be helpful to you.
November 26th. Computer Security:
Learn how to protect yourself from malicious software, scams and identity theft.
December 3rd. Tech Talks Overview
Most of us are familiar with the little pop-ups we get asking us to install updates. While they only take a few minutes to complete, many of us are guilty of postponing them or just ignoring them completely. But keeping up with these computer updates is actually very important when it comes to having a healthy and secure computer. These updates are just as important as having an anti-virus program.
One of the biggest and most important reasons keeping up with computer updates is so important is the fact that they help to keep our computer secure. While they may not directly say so, a lot of these updates have to do with updating our security software and ensuring our computers are kept safe from any possible threats. Not updating or postponing these security updates can leave your computer vulnerable to things such as malware or computer viruses that can go in and steal important information.
Some of the most common updates are:
- Windows or Apple OS updates
- Adobe Acrobat Reader
- Adobe Flash Player
- Microsoft Office
- Quick Time
If you have any questions or feel its been awhile since you've done any updates,
call us and book a service call or remote service call 250-338-4411