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AmigaWorld - Amiga Community Portal


The Event of the year is coming!

Date 20-Mar-2010 9:31:55
Topic: Events


Amiga North Thames & Lincolnshire Amiga Group present:

Amiga 25th Anniversary Celebrations at the Home of the UK's National Museum of Computing.

As part of the Vintage Computer Festival 2010, an area has been set aside to showcase 25 years of Amiga History at this Spectacular 2 Day event in June 2010.

Already Confirmed: AmigaKit, ANT, LAG, Imica & Hyperion, plus an Amiga Gaming Arena and more coming!

In addition, there will be other computer platforms to see, a demoparty, a Flea market and lots more!

Please come along and show your support for the Amiga!
We hope to see as many of you there as possible on the day.

Full details, including dates, advanced bookings/entry fees and accomodation is available from the following sites...
Amiga North Thames
Lincolnshire Amiga Group
Vintage Computer Festival Site



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