What is eMug?

Euroa Mac Users Group:

Our group is for everyone from first-time computer users to 'experts' from every profession, background, and age. Our aim is to get the technology to do more for you and enjoy the experience. eMug offers members from Euroa and district the chance to make friends with other Mac users, get questions answered, and have a bit of fun.


As a group we offer support for Apple Mac, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Apple TV users and discuss important and interesting issues at our monthly meetings; such as virus protection, privacy and security issues, backup strategies, photography, new apple updates, software, NBN speeds and mobile data pricing. Members are encouraged to present small projects that they are working on or trips that they have been on recently.

Last meeting we had a delightful photo presentation by Neil who had recently been to China. We have a yearly subscription of $20 and meet monthly in the Euroa Library Meeting room. Meetings are quite relaxed and informal and everyone is encouraged to share their recent tech experiences.

Join eMug: Contact our members

or just turn up at one of our regular meetings.

Free Tech Support at the Library

The Library is offering computer support to the community. eMug is contributing. Contact the Library on 03 5832 1680 for more information or GV Library 1300 374765 (Menu #3, then #1).

VENUE: The Euroa Library - 62 Binney St Euroa. 1-3pm on Wednesdays.

NEXT MEETING : Wednesday 17th JUly 2019  7.30pm

The JUly meeting - Topic: TBA

VENUE: The Euroa Library - 62 Binney St Euroa.
Please ENTER at the rear door. All meetings are held at the Alby Richardson Meeting Room.

eMug is grateful to the Euroa Library for ongoing support.  For more information and contact details please call iChaz on 0427 147007.

See Extract of Minutes for Meetings 2009-2015
Full Minutes Topics Archive (members password required) 2016 - 2019

Understanding iCloud...

A presentation from one of our recent meetings…

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