Peoria Area SeniorNet is sponsoring an open house at 9 a.m. Feb. 15 at the First Baptist Church, 411 W. Lake Ave., Peoria. The purpose of this meeting is to introduce prospective new students and computer buyers to SeniorNet and to answer any questions they might have about computers. The open house will be followed by registration for spring classes from 10 a.m. to noon. For more information about SeniorNet and class schedules, go to the SeniorNet web site at www.PeoriaAreaSeniorNet.org. For other questions, call 1-800-872-4651 ext. 1510. Leave a message and a SeniorNet volunteer will call back. The purpose of the open house is not only to introduce prospective students to SeniorNet, but also to provide a forum where present and future computer users acquire information that will help them make choices when buying computers, selecting computer accessories, and choosing computer courses. SeniorNet instructors and coaches will be available for one-on-one questions and discussions with the attendees. SeniorNet volunteers will entertain questions from the attendees and discuss such things as what computer to buy, what courses to take, and what computer programs are available. This is also a good time to ask experts about those computers given as gifts. Students may register for SeniorNet spring classes following the open house. Former students and those already familiar with SeniorNet may skip the open house and arrive between 10-11:30 a.m. to register for classes. Use the east entrance to register. Spring classes begin the week of March 10. Peoria Area SeniorNet is sponsored by Illinois Eye Center and PNC Bank.