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Commodore Clubs?

Post by administrator » Thu Dec 29, 2005 12:49 am

You can download a list of Commodore Clubs :arrow: http://commodore.ca/download/Commodore-Club-List.xls :arrow:

In July 2016 we went through this thread and made a list of all the Commodore Clubs we has notice of. THERE ARE MANY MORE so please let us know what you know about them.

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http://www.commodore.ca is attempting to compile a list of active C= clubs EVERYWHERE in the world. This is ambitious and and we will definately need your help.

If you are aware of a C= club anywhere in the world, please reply to this thread (does not require you to register) and let us know:

1: when and where it meets
2: contact information (email especially)
3: the approximate number of people in the club
4: product focus (i.e. PET, 64. Amiga, all...)

Thanks in advance.
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Calgary Commodore Club

Post by Rob » Sat Jan 21, 2006 8:29 pm

1: when and where it meets
- Calgary, Alberta Canada
- 1st Monday of everymonth (except during the summer)
- Main Boardroom of the Calgary Curling Club on Memorial Drive
2: contact information (email especially)
- Blaine Popp President [email protected]
3: the approximate number of people in the club
- 12 - 15 members
4: product focus (i.e. PET, 64. Amiga, all...)
- C64 and Amiga 500 but all C= products can viewed, supported and discussed

Robert Bernardo

Re: Commodore Clubs?

Post by Robert Bernardo » Sun Jan 22, 2006 3:17 pm

> 1: when and where it meets

- Fresno, California
- 3rd Sunday of the month
- at the Pizza Pit, 2701 N. Blackstone Ave.

> 2: contact information (email especially)

- Robert Bernardo, president [email protected]

> 3: the approximate number of people in the club

- 25

> 4: product focus (i.e. PET, 64, Amiga, all)

- C64/128 primarily, all other C= products secondarily

CSIXTY4

SWRAP

Post by CSIXTY4 » Sun Jan 22, 2006 4:14 pm

1: when and where it meets

Second Sunday of the month, 2:30pm, East Side Bible Church in Chicago, Illinois.

2: contact information (email especially)

http://www.swrap.org

3: the approximate number of people in the club

6 active members

4: product focus (i.e. PET, 64. Amiga, all...)

We focus mostly on the 64 & 128, but are open to discussion of all Commodore & Amiga hardware. We even get into Mac stuff on occasion.

Leif

TPUG

Post by Leif » Sun Jan 22, 2006 8:08 pm

Toronto PET User's Group

1. Third Thursday of every month at 7:30 PM. Alderwood United Church, 44 Delma Drive, Toronto

2. www.tpug.ca

3. approximately 25

4. C64 and Amiga focus, but anything Commodore-related goes

Leif again

Post by Leif again » Sun Jan 22, 2006 8:14 pm

There's also a list of user groups here:

http://www.tpug.ca/links.html

Riccardo

Post by Riccardo » Wed Jan 25, 2006 3:26 am

CBMClub - Italian Commodore Mailing List

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/cbmclub_main/

Polymorph

Re: Commodore Clubs?

Post by Polymorph » Wed Feb 01, 2006 3:31 pm

1: when and where it meets

A bit irregular for the past year, but when we do meet, the 1st Thursday of each month at the University Place Library in Tacoma, WA, USA. Please contact us before showing up at a meeting in case of changes.

University Place Library
3605 Bridgeport Way West
Tacoma, WA 98466

2: contact information (email especially)

http://www.upchug.com
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/UPCHUG_Amiga_C64/
[email protected]

3: the approximate number of people in the club

About 12.

4: product focus (i.e. PET, 64. Amiga, all...)

All Commodore and Amiga computers and clones and emulators of them.

BTW, we're having our Xmas party late, on Friday Feb 24th, 7 to 10pm (or later) in the University Place Library. Contact me or see our mailing list for details.

Thanks,
Steve Greenfield
UPCHUG President

Scott

CUGKC -- Commodore Users Group of Kansas City

Post by Scott » Sun Feb 12, 2006 2:19 pm

CUGKC -- Commodore Users Group of Kansas City

1. Meets the second Thursday of each month at 6:30pm at the Plaza branch of the Kansas City Public Library, 4801 Main Street, Kansas City, Missouri. For more info/updates, see http://ballz.ababa.net/cugkc/meetings.html

2. a. Visit our website at http://ballz.ababa.net/cugkc/
b. Email us at [email protected]
c. Send snail mail to
CUGKC, Inc.
6025 Corona Ave.
Kansas City, KS 66102

3. approximately 10

4. C64 and C128 focus[/url]

ab-phoneman

Re: Calgary Commodore Club

Post by ab-phoneman » Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:39 pm

Rob wrote:1: when and where it meets
- Calgary, Alberta Canada
- 1st Monday of everymonth (except during the summer)
This is incorrect, we meet on the first Tuesday of each month, sorry if anyone has shown up on the first Monday.
- Main Boardroom of the Calgary Curling Club on Memorial Drive
2: contact information (email especially)
- Blaine Popp President [email protected]
3: the approximate number of people in the club
- 12 - 15 members
4: product focus (i.e. PET, 64. Amiga, all...)
- C64 and Amiga 500 but all C= products can viewed, supported and discussed
To check out our web page, please go to;
http://www.calgarycommodore.com[url]

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Post by administrator » Tue Sep 19, 2006 11:03 pm

I was hoping for a much much larger list. Please post your groups information here.

I will create a summary list by region when we have 15 or 20 groups to list.

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Post by K.C. » Wed Sep 20, 2006 5:18 am

Name: HCC Commodore gg

1. When and where it meets:
Maarssendorp, the Netherlands
Every 3rd Saturday in every even month

2. Contact information
Website: http://commodore-gg.hobby.nl
E-mail: [email protected]

3. The approximate number of people in the club
ca. 800. The Commodore gg is part of the biggest computer club in Europe (world?), the HCC (Hobby Computer Club) with approx. 180.000 (!) members (see http://www.hcc.nl)

4. Product focus
Establish contact between owners, users and collectors of all kind of Commodore products.
Organize a lot of activities (demo's user meetings, etc.)

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Post by administrator » Sun Oct 15, 2006 1:42 pm

Wow... is this all that is left?

Surely there are more. I was planning to convert this to an indexed list at about 25 clubs...

I need MORE MORE MORE

Please list your club information (and a big thank you to those who have done so already!)

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Re: Commodore Clubs?

Post by rbernardo » Thu Feb 01, 2007 11:41 pm

I'm just an honorary member of this club, but there is the Anything Commodore User Group 0447 (formerly, the Amiga-Commodore User Group 0447) run by the very active David "Lord Ronin" Mohr.
administrator wrote:1: when and where it meets
2: contact information (email especially)
3: the approximate number of people in the club
4: product focus (i.e. PET, 64. Amiga, all...)
1. Meetings every second Thursday of the month at the Mohr Realities Store located below the Mohr house at 623 29th Street, Astoria, Oregon, USA.

2. Dave Mohr -- lordronin(at)videocam.net.au

3. about a dozen

4. All Commodore/Amiga products

Truly,
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Robert Bernardo
Fresno Commodore User Group
http://www.dickestel.com/fcug.htm

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Post by soupisgoodfood » Fri Aug 03, 2007 2:27 pm

If I may ask one detail, what is the time that the meetings happen for ACUG 0447?

As soon as I get a working car again, I'll be happy to stop in and check it out.

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