On Saturday, August 9, 2014 the Living Computer Museum of Seattle, Washington, will have its first annual Vintage Computer Faire. Scheduled from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at the museum:

Living Computer Museum
2245 1st Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98314

The Vintage Computer Faire is a family-friendly, hands-on event. Admission to the Vintage Computer Faire is FREE! The day will be packed with activities for kids of all ages (0-99), telling the amazing story of the computers, from their invention to their integral role in today’s world.

Featured Activities:

  • Decorate your own 3-D printed β€˜BIT’ – the official mascot of the Faire
  • Create wearables from computer hardware
  • Explore the Living Computer Museum for free
  • Play retro arcade and computer games
  • Enjoy live musical performances from Seattle’s nerd funk ensemble D20 Brass Band

The Living Computer Museum is a really awesome place and was started by Microsoft co-founder Paul G. Allen and a list of other world-class technology pioneers.

As an added bonus the Commodore Computer Club had the opportunity to check it out back on June 25, 2011 years before it was open to the public.

For more information, head over to the official announcement on the Living Computer Museum’s website. If you love retro computers and hardware, please check it out.

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