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Video Club

Creating and Preserving Memories Since 1989

WHO ARE WE? The Video Club of Laguna Woods has over 200 members enjoying and making videos. We occupy two large rooms, the Video Lab and the Video Studio, inside Gate 

About Us: Activities and Events

An overview of our regular and special events, services offered in the Video Lab and Studio, classes, and other Learning Opportunities.

New "Introduction to YouTube" Class August 10

Put your videos online!

A new one-session class Monday, August 10, 2015, from 10 am to noon in the Video Lab. $5.00 per

Monday, August 10, 2015
10 am- noon in the Video Lab
(between CH2 and the Pool inside Gate 12)
$5.00 per person
Advance registration suggested

Video Club Calendars

Check our Activities Calendar and Video Studio Reservations Calendar.

Videogram Archive


Check past issues of our e-newsletter.

Join the Video Club

The Video Club invites you to join. Benefits of membership include

2015 Video Club Leadership

Meet our current club leaders!

Past General Meetings

Wondering what you missed? View our General Meeting topics since 2010.

Marvin Green Memorial Capture Center

Special Services to Village Residents

The Video Lab houses the Marvin Green Memorial Capture Center, where all residents may use equipment without charge to convert their old media (including 35mm slides, VHS tapes, long-play records, cassette tapes, and digital and mini-DV video tapes) to 

Residents May Borrow Consumer Camcorders

Video Club Lends Consumer Camcorders and Accessories

The Video Club does not officially provide video shooting or editing services to the community. Instead, we focus on helping residents learn to use video themselves

Residents and clubs wanting to record their events, interviews, or other subjects are invited to take advantage of our free Consumer Equipment Loan Program which lends consumer-level camcorders, tripods, and

2015 Awards Banquet

Tom Nash Outlined Plans for Instruction at January 17 Event

The Video Club's new Vice President (Tom Nash (top left in collage below) took the podium on behalf of incoming President Steve Carman (inset) to outline new educational plans at 

The "Never Too Late to Date" Report

First Broadcast, Premier Party Were Held on April 17, 2015

It's show time! The long-awaited airing of “Never Too Late to Date” began at 2 pm April 17 on Channel 6 – and club members and friends were invited to a reception and the screening of a DVD of our senior dating TV show that evening. Our Premier Party was held Friday, April 17, from 6 to 9 pm in the Video Lab and Studio.

Huell Howser Film Showing Benefits Video Club

A special showing of the Chapman University documentary film, :A Golden State of Mind: The Story-Telling Genius of Huell Howser," was held to benefit the Video Club on April 26, 2015.  The filmmaker, Jeff Swimmer, a member of Chapman's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts faculty, was present to discuss the film, shown in the Clubhouse 3 Auditorium.


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