Do you know a curious kid? You know, the one that always asks the why? what? and how? behind everyday things. SciTech Saturdays are here to satisfy some of their curiosity.
In honor of National Robotics Week, we’ll using LEGO to demonstrate the importance of details when programming robots. This activity is sure to be educational (shhhh) and fun! All ages are welcome. Parents should plan to join in the fun.
For Spring Break fun, this activity will be available all day in our Rotunda.
Free with museum admission.
Synthesizing Sounds from the 1970s to Modern DaySaturday, April 15, 12 – 4 PM
Atlanta Synthesizer Club will be at Computer Museum of America to “show and tell” neat music-making machines. All sorts of synthesizers – from vintage monoliths to modern modular and unique DIY instruments – will be on display. If you’ve ever been curious about synthesizers or are already an enthusiast, this is the chance to meet up with friendly folks and explore the weird and wonderful world of electronic instruments hands-on.
Atlanta Synthesizer Club can be found on Facebook
and Discord https://discord.gg/hwuk8hnHju .
Event is free with museum membership or admission.
Come celebrate Earth Day with us at this free event at the museum entrance!
The City of Roswell’s Environmental/Public Works and Keep Roswell Beautiful will be at Computer Museum of America (CMoA) on Earth Day, April 22 from 11 AM – 2 PM to discuss the importance of recycling with games, giveaways, and informational handouts.
As part of our Earth Day celebrations, this month’s Talking Tech will feature the City of Roswell’s Environmental Educator, Liberti Gates. As you bring your tech to be recycled at our Electronics Recycling Drive with New Life Recycling, please plan to attend her presentation at 2 PM where she will explain technology recycling and what happens to your tech after you drop it off. Liberti will deep dive into how disposing of your tech the environmentally friendly way can have major positive impacts.
Whether recycling your electronics, your cans and paper at your curbside or at the Roswell Recycling Center, or finding other ways to reduce what goes into the landfill – we want to do what we can to thank our planet and keep it healthy.
Our semi-annual Electronics Recycling Event will run from 11 AM – 1 PM in the museum parking lot concurrently with the events listed above as an additional part of our Earth Day celebrations. Find more information on the recycling event at Electronics Recycling Drive .
Earth Day is in April and at CMoA, we’re recognizing this day on April 22nd by collecting and recycling your old electronics. Do you have unused electronics lying around? Do you want to dispose of them securely? Computer Museum of America (CMoA) and New Life Technology Group have partnered to hold a contactless electronics recycling drop off at CMoA.
Flat screen TVs have a $20 disposal fee per TV.
Unfortunately, we cannot accept the following items:
TVs (other than flat screens) / CRT (Tube) Monitors or TVs / DLP/Rear Projection TVs
Refrigerators / Large Appliances
AC Units / Thermostats
For a complete list of acceptable/unacceptable items, please visit NewLifeTechGroup.com