On Wednesday 16th August 2017 from 10am to 12noon. $20 per person for a 2 hour session. Please RSVP by Monday 14th August on 08 9758 0002 if you are interested in attending. This workshop will be suitable for those:
• Who have a WordPress website • Who need a backup in case the site crashes or is hacked? • Wanting to save money and maintain your own WordPress website?
WordPress is an open source (free) website publishing tool and is without doubt the most user-friendly content management system (CMS) currently available.
WordPress is used by over 25 million websites world-wide including Sony, Disney, Mercedes-Benz, even celebrities like Katy Perry, Snoop Dogg and The Rolling Stones!
Augusta Community Resource Centre is offering a 2 hour workshop on the basics of using WordPress. Learn how to update pages, insert photos, find and install plug-ins, change themes and keep your site securely up-to-date.
This workshop is ideally for users who already have a WordPress website, it is not a how to build a website workshop. However if you would like to learn how to build a site from scratch, we are taking expressions of interest and if there is enough interest we will run a WordPress for beginners workshop. ...
The “Augusta Local Ambassador Card” is available to residents of Augusta and surrounds, offering free entry to the grounds of Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse and a free audio tour when accompanying a paying visitor.
The card acknowledges and rewards Augusta residents for bringing visitors to the Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse. Available for collection from Augusta Community Resource Centre and the Augusta Visitor Centre.
Open 9am – 5pm (Monday to Friday) at the Augusta CRC 66 Allnutt Terrace. Open 9am – 5pm (Monday to Friday) and 9.30am – 4.30pm (Saturday and Sunday) at the Augusta Visitor Centre.
Book review; Reconciliation for the Dead is the third instalment in Perth-based Paul E. Hardisty’s Claymore Straker series, following on from the award-winning and best-selling The Abrupt Physics of Dying and The Evolution of Fear. Each are beautifully written, intelligent thrillers that deal with topical international issues. Both a prequel and a sequel to the other novels, Reconciliation for the Dead might just be the best yet – a powerfully imagined story set in the lawless borderlands of Angola and South Africa, where the latter government is fighting a bloody war to destabilise its neighbours. Gripping, searing and perfect in its poise and clarity, this novel lifts Hardisty to the highest rank of international thriller writers.
The Augusta CRC can provided screenings of any program on the Westlink program guide. Call us on 9758 0002 to arrange a day you would like to watch a show or go to channel 602 on satellite on the VAST (Viewer. Access Satellite Television). ...