First, take account of the positive things you've done so far:
1) starting a dreamweaver class -- that is great! You will learn a lot, and it's the first step to a whole new world of technical stuff -- programming, website creation, etc. This will be a good start for you.
2) going to meet-ups -- you are fortunate to live in an area where such meetups are possible. You are putting yourself out there, something most people never do.
So that's the positive. What are your next steps?
First, stick with the programming class. Even if you eventually outsource your programming, this will give you a good understanding and help you deal with the developers you may eventually hire.
Second, go to the meetups, but remember -- you have something to offer all those technical guys, too! If you know accounting, then you probably know about taxes for self-employed people (which many at your meetup will be), or you could figure it out easily. Same for how to incorporate, or form an LLC, or how to create a spreadsheet to track their small-biz finances.
Not only will this put you in good graces with the techies, but it shows you have something to offer, and would make a good partner or 'business guy' to work with. In turn, they can teach you more about programming, or barter/trade services to help you with your startup.