Mid-Atlantic Computing History Talk
Sunday 3/27/2022 10:30
Did you know that our region, the Mid-Atlantic USA, is home to a rich history of computing and technology? From the ENIAC to the Commodore 64 there is a rich story to tell. Today we gave a presentation to the Men’s Club of the Newark Temple Beth EL Sunday 10:30 AM For those who did not get a chance to attend the presentation, contact us here so we can provide a link to the Zoom Session recorded by the group.
Vintage Computer Festival Mid-West
Sunday 9/12/2022 11:00AM
So what does it take to start an indie computer museum? Bill Degnan’s 11:00 AM presentation describes how he and his friends started Kennett Classic computer museum to service the local community and foster the hobby to a new population. Bill will review what works and what does not, and what makes Kennett Classic unique.
The 3rd Annual Kennett Classic
Saturday 11/05/2022 1:00PM – 5:00PM
Volunteers, donors and friends of the museum are invited to our shop to help us celebrate another successful year at Kennett Classic. This is a private event for everyone to mix, mingle and peruse our 5 rooms of exhibits. Space is limited so please RSVP here to let us know you’re coming. We’ll have “light fare” and special computer demos in every room for our guests.
We have space for guest exhibits in each room. If you’d like to share your latest project we’d love to have you. Contact me individually with your ideas.
World of Commodore 2022
Saturday 12/3/2022 11:45AM
Presented by the Toronto Pet Users Group (TPUG)
Bill Degnan will present (remote) “What does it take to start an Indie Computer Museum” with more emphasis on exhibit creation and what makes a great exhibit ie.. telling a story with your exhibit.
Click here for directions more information about the event and directions if you want to join the livestream presentation.