I’ve started up a Commodore computer club in the Vancouver, WA (serves Portland, OR too) metro area and looking for like minded people with an interest in Commodore computers.
If you have an interest in the Commodore 64 (C64), SX-64 and Commodore 128 (C128) and all the various hardware that comes with that, like 1541 disk drives, modems, 1702 monitors, etc, I want to talk with you.
Depending on how things go with the meetings, if there is enough interest, we can discuss the Commodore Amiga, VIC-20, Commodore 16 (C16), Plus/4 or even the C64 Direct-to-TV (C64DTV) designed by Jeri Ellsworth.
Things are still in the early planning stages, but the idea is to have monthly meetings and discuss cool things that are still happening in the scene as well as share project ideas or concepts and to inspire each other for new ones.
Don’t worry, for my friends who are reading this blog post, I’m still going to have my Friday night gaming events at my place until something more official is put into action away from my home.
For a little background about myself, I’ve been involved with the Commodore 64 computer for over 27 years (since December 1983), basically since I was a little kid.
The picture above is me back in January 1984. I ran various BBS’s and did a lot of programming for the Commodore 64. I’m still plugging away on my original C64 and doing repairs for friends, family and of course club members.
Anyway, if this interests you, please send me a message or post a comment and lets talk more about it.
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