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Oct 19
History of ROM Cartridges: Spooky Edition
12:15 PM - 12:45 PM
Join us on the 2nd floor as we explore our vintage software collection and learn all about the history of ROM cartridges. Plus, for a special trick-or-treat, we'll be showcasing some of our most spooky, Halloween-themed favorites. 

Included with Admission 
Ages 6+
Oct 20
CANCELLED: Fright Lights with Circuit Playground Classic
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

In this introductory two-hour class, students will use a Circuit Playground Classic to code static and flashing LED decorations to create a variety of ghoulish displays! Students will take home a Circuit Playground Classic ($19.95 value) at the end of the workshop. Note: this program uses C++ and requires basic knowledge of pre-algebra.

CANCELLED

Oct 20
CANCELLED: Wands & Swords with Circuit Playground Classic
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Swish! Swish! In this two-hour class, students will use a Circuit Playground Classic to take their costume props to the next level. Students will take home a Circuit Playground Classic ($19.95 value) and a working prop at the end of the workshop. Note: this program uses C++ and requires basic knowledge of pre-algebra.

Oct 28
Hack Halloween
12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Join us for a spooktacular afternoon of activities at the museum. It’s BYOP (Bring Your Own Pumpkin) and we’ll have stations set-up for carving, decorating & hacking. Want your jack-o-lantern to glow bright? Grab a breadboarding light kit for $6.

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All Ages

Included with Admission | $16
*Add on Breadboarding Kit for $6
**Limited Pumpkins Available On-Site

Oct 28
Sewable Circuits: Halloween Edition
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Create a fabulously frightful, light-up plushie while discovering circuit and sewing basics! Learn how to build practical and fun toys that you can take home. Make this Halloween extra special with your own unique Franken-plushie!


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$22 | $6 for Members
Ages 10+

*Price includes museum admission, instruction, & supply costs.
Nov 1
World on a Wire: Part 2 (1973)
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Welt am Draht* continues! As a virtual reality simulation causes more and more real-world deaths, an engineer slips further into insanity as his understanding of which world he’s in begins to blur. Each screening will include a brief introduction along with electrolyte water and power bars.

Miss Part 1? Don't worry! We'll recap the first half of this Criterion Collection favorite in the previews before the show.

*Presented in German with English Subtitles.

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$5 | Free for Members
NR (Adult Themes)

Nov 3
Seattle YouTube Day!
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Join us for the second Seattle YouTube Day on November 3rd at Living Computers: Museum + Labs. This all ages event unites local creators, fans, and those who are curious about Youtube as they learn strategies for creative success and discuss the varied roles of digital video creation in the region. Seattle YouTube Day will highlight dynamic digital subjects such as technology, lifestyle & DIY (Do It Yourself), going pro, YouTube tools, social change, vlogging, and more. Admission is $16 and includes full access to Living Computer: Museum + Labs.

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General Admission ($16)
Dec 6
Westworld (1973)
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

When a robot malfunction creates havoc and terror for unsuspecting visitors at a futuristic, adult-themed amusement park, the park owners must reckon with the technology they’ve unleashed. Don't miss seeing the inspiration for the hit HBO show! Each screening will include a brief introduction along with electrolyte water and power bars.

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$5 | Free for Members
PG (Adult Themes)


Featured News
Early Closure on 10/24
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On Wednesday, October 24th at 2pm, we will be closing early so that we can gather privately with our colleagues across the Paul G. Allen network to honor and remember our founder. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding during this difficult time for our staff.

We will re-open on Thursay, October 25th at 10:00am and resume our normal operating hours.   

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Remembering Our Founder

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Many years ago, you conceived of a new kind of museum – one filled with artifacts and machines that people could actually use. You transformed your personal connection with computing into an experience for everyone. Yet as important as the technology was, you never lost sight of the joy these machines could bring. Although we mourn your loss, we promise to never stop sparking happiness with computers. Your legacy will live on in the machines you helped bring back to life and the wonder you inspired for hundreds of thousands of visitors.

Thank you, Paul. We miss you already.

- Your Friends at Living Computers


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Visit mc.livingcomputers.org to sign up.

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