Exciting New Commodore Event in the NW USA

Pacific Commodore Expo NW: supported by the Fresno Commodore User Group, the Portland Commodore User Group, the Puget Sound Commodore User Group (of Tacoma), the Commodore 64 Enthusiasts of Greater Victoria, and most likely, the Seattle Retro-Computing Society

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Re: Exciting New Commodore Event in the NW USA

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rbernardo wrote:I am planning an April trip to the Pacific NW in order to check on preparations at the Living Computer Museum.

My schedule is firming up...
Because of another event happening on those days in April, I will have to change my itinerary to travel in March. Here is the new itinerary -

Wednesday, March 22 - Depart central California. Arrive California/Oregon border.
Thursday, March 23 - Arrive Portland, Oregon.
Friday, March 24 - Arrive Seattle, Washington.
Saturday, March 25 - Visit the LCM. Visit the Seattle Retro-Computing Society in Redmond, Washington?
Sunday, March 26 - Visit the Puget Sound Commodore User Group in Sumner, Washington?
Monday, March 27 - Arrive Eugene, Oregon on the way back to California.
Tuesday, March 28 - Arrive central California.

Hoping the weather is agreeable,
Robert Bernardo
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rbernardo wrote:On the east side of the exhibit hall, there will be a cafe where we can purchase food and beverages. Or as Matisse and Stephen put it, we can "brown bag" it and bring in our own food.
Well, now that I have visited the LCM after its first floor rebuiding, it is more of an eating area than a cafe. There are plenty of tables and chairs, but off to the side, there is only a stand with nuts and chips and another stand with coffee.

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rbernardo wrote:...Friday, June 9... we can set up our machines -- 5 to 7 p.m., specifically. Then on Saturday, he can open the doors up for us from 9 to 10 a.m. for more set-up time. The museum hours on Saturday and Sunday are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.. We can leave our machines there overnight on Saturday. On Sunday our tear-down time is from 5 to 7 p.m..
For Friday, June 9, set up time can be extended past 7 p.m..

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