It’s that time again Commodore computer hackers and enthusiasts from the PDX Vancouver,WA and Portland, OR metro area… Commodore Computer Club and Users Group meeting time!
We meet at Pied Piper Pizza, an awesome local pizza place in Vancouver, Washington that’s approximately 20-30 minutes from PDX – Portland, Oregon:
Pied Piper Pizza
12300 NE Fourth Plain Rd.
Vancouver, WA 98682
The next scheduled meeting will be Friday, February 4, 2011 from 6:00 pm PST until 12:00 am PST when Pied Piper Pizza closes. People from the Portland, OR metro area usually show up between 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm PST.
When entering Pied Piper Pizza, head straight back past the dart boards to the private banquet room #3. Look for Commodore “Stuff”. If you can’t find it, ask someone at the counter.
Confirmed hardware, software and game cartridges that will be at the February 4, 2011 PDX Commodore Users Group and Computer Club meeting:
- Commodore SX-64 (Executive 64) computer
- MSD SD-2 Super Disk Drive (22 second verified backups)
- Commodore 64 (breadbox) computer
- 50+ C64 arcade game and utility cartridges
- 100+ floppy disks with various programs, games and utilities
- Commodore VIC-20 computer
- 20+ VIC 20 video game cartridges
Typically at the meetings we’ll have a “non Commodore” related retro piece of hardware to show off and play with. At our February 4, 2011 meeting we’ll have a vintage 1984 Apple IIc computer, Apple II joystick and a bunch of Apple II software including Oregon Trail and other games.
If you have any Commodore hardware or software, bring it along. There is always plenty of room, tables and electrical outlets. If you have something that needs repair or service, bring that too as we can perform most repairs and services on Commodore equipment at our meetings.
Also feel free to bring your wife, husband, girlfriend, boyfriend or kids as they are all welcome at the meetings too, so don’t let that stop you from coming. The more the merrier!
Since everyone really enjoys it, we’ll have the buy, sell, trade and free tables setup again. If you have any Commodore, other 8-bit computer or gaming console items you want to sell, trade or give away, feel free to bring it along.
For additional details, directions, etc, please check out the Commodore Computer Club meetings page.
We look forward to seeing you at the next meeting on Friday February 4, 2011.