Our next upcoming first Friday of the month Commodore Computer Club and Users Group meeting will be Friday, November 5, 2010.

Our Commodore Users Group meets at Pied Piper Pizza, a local pizza place in Vancouver, Washington which is approximately 20-30 minutes from PDX – Portland, Oregon:

Pied Piper Pizza
12300 NE Fourth Plain Rd.
Vancouver, WA 98682
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Meeting time: 6:00 pm PST until 12:00 am PST when Pied Piper Pizza closes. People from the Portland, OR metro area typically show up between 6:30 pm – 7:00 pm PST.

Remember as of this Friday November 5th, 2010 meeting we will now be meeting in one of the larger banquet rooms which will accommodate more people and Commodore hardware.

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 at counter for directions :)

Once in the banquet room, we can open a side back door like our previous meeting room at Pied Piper Pizza to allow you easy access to bring in your Commodore Computers or anything else you plan on bringing to the meeting.

At our meeting, we’ll have a Retrobits Presentation by special guest, Commodore Computer Club member and personal friend Earl Evans. You won’t want to miss this presentation.

Confirmed hardware, software and game cartridges that will be at the November 5, 2010 Commodore Users Group and Computer Club meeting:

  • Rare Commodore 128DCR (C128DCR) with built-in 1571 disk drive
  • MSD SD-2 Super Disk Drive (22 second verified backups)
  • MMC64 Commodore 64 peripheral
  • 1977 Commodore PET 2001-8N computer and C2N datasette
  • Commodore VIC-20 computer
  • 20+ VIC 20 video game cartridges
  • Commodore SX-64 (Executive 64) computer
  • Original Commodore 64 (breadbox)
  • Commodore 64c (C64c) with 1541c disk drive
  • 1541, 1541-II and 1581 disk drives
  • Official Commodore diagnostic test harness with cartridge
  • 50+ C64 arcade game and utility cartridges

As always we’ll have plenty of space and electrical outlets, so feel free to bring your Commodore hardware and software to the meeting.

We’ll have the MSD SD-2 disk drive on hand, so if you’d like to get copies of various software, please bring some blank floppy disks or disks that we can write over. Copy party anyone?

If you are looking to buy, sell or trade Commodore computer hardware or software, feel free to bring it along as we’ll have a buy/sell/trade table setup at the meeting.

For more information, please check out our meeting page which has directions and more detailed information.

Thank you for your time and consideration. We hope to see you at the meeting!

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