VCF 5.0 FlyerRoswell’s COMPUTER MUSEUM OF AMERICA (computermuseumofamerica.com) hosts the 2017 Vintage Computer Festival on April 29-30 at King’s Market Shopping Center, 1425 Market Boulevard, Suite 200, Roswell, GA 30076.

Vintage Computer Festival 5.0
Saturday, 10am to 7pm and Sunday, 10am to 5pm
Admission is $10 per day or $15 for a two-day pass
Presented by the Atlanta Historical Computing Society (atlhcs.org)

ABOUT THE MUSEUM
More than a museum, experience a vision to present a compelling and continual narrative that shares man’s story of endless innovation. The exploration and celebration of ideas, people and events form an umbilical cord of human advancement that extends back and forth, uniting past generations to the future generation… all in one place, all at one time. Encounter a sense of identity and place combined with the spirit that creates unique achievement and a common experience. So rich of a heritage that it fosters tradition, yet so inspired as a reality, it drives constant change. Innovation connects the beginning to the next big thing and so, too, does the Computer Museum of America’s overarching vision.

The quest is to evolve from the Apple and PC interim collection of innovation and technology exhibits as well as a Computer Museum of America events venue as we construct a permanent, premier world class museum, major event facility, co-working offices, trade & exhibition hall, discovery labs and skill maker spaces mixed with lifestyle amenities such as coffee cafes, restaurants, entertainment, fitness and retail shops focused on next-generation innovation. The outcome will be a first of a new kind of multi-use complex and community of lasting relationships, designed for the creatively inspired shopper, visitor, client, customer, business, or enterprise seeking to share tools, exchange information and ideas, support experimental discovery and mentor’s success.

Computer Museum of America is located in the King’s Market Center, 1425 Market Blvd., Suite 200, Roswell, GA 30076. For more information, visit computermuseumofamerica.com.

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