First Annual 2022 “LOVE BYTES,” The Computer Museum of America’s (CMoA) “Brunch and Browse,” benefiting CMoA in Roswell


First Annual 2022 “LOVE BYTES,” Computer Museum of America’s (CMoA) “Brunch and Browse,” benefiting CMoA in Roswell.

WHEN:          Saturday, April 23, 2022, from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
WHERE:       Computer Museum of America (CMoA)
5000 Commerce Parkway, Roswell, GA 30076

Love is in the AIR-WAVES! Grab your sweetheart, friends, or coworkers and get ready for a totally awesome and unique event that will literally take you to the MOON and beyond!

It’s the first annual “LOVE BYTES” The Computer Museum of America’s (CMoA) “Brunch and Browse” benefiting CMoA in Roswell.

Enjoy sipping, browsing, and ‘bytes’ from local chefs, along with live music from The Bourbon Brothers. Experience exclusive access to metro Atlanta’s own world-class computer and tech museum and all exhibits, including the unveiling of a new Nook Look exhibit – LoveBytes – an entertaining, and thought-provoking review of the role of technology in love relationships. From matchmaking to dating apps, see how things have changed over the years.

Guests will nosh on a curated brunch from local purveyors and restaurants, including craft cocktails and hosted bar, premium coffee, along with lively music by The Bourbon Brothers.

Discover a Back to the Future experience that brings together the fascinating journey of computing and technology. Guests will enjoy one of the world’s most comprehensive collections of computing artifacts in the world.

All proceeds benefit the Museum as we raise awareness and funding for educational programs such as field trips and STEM Camps, in addition to the preservation of artifacts and the creation of new exhibits.

$75/pp. Includes brunch, cocktails, music, and full access to all museum exhibits. There will be giveaways all day with exciting prizes from local vendors. Smart casual attire suggested. Tickets are now available at

Sponsorships are also available on the website starting at $500.

Donations are welcome as CMoA is a 501(c)(3).

About Computer Museum of America
Computer Museum of America (CMoA) located north of Atlanta in Roswell, Ga. is a nonprofit organization that houses one of the world’s largest, most comprehensive collections of artifacts from the digital revolution. Opened in 2019 with four exhibits – A Tribute to Apollo 11, Supercomputing: Vanquishing the Impossible, Timeline of Computer History, and The Byte Magazine Collection – CMoA continues to unveil major new exhibits such as a fully restored and operational Enigma machine, the World War II-era cipher computer made famous in the 2014 film The Imitation Game about the revolutionary code-breaking work by Alan Turing and the NASA owned Cray-2 exhibit which opened in 2021.

CMoA has worked with educational institutions, museums, and film companies with technology-related exhibits and artifacts including the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Smithsonian Institution and is committed to the preservation of computing devices, documents, and technology in order to exhibit, educate, and encourage future innovation. The museum is currently open to the public on Fridays and Saturdays and is located at 5000 Commerce Pkwy, Roswell, GA 30076. Additionally, the vast 44,000 square foot space is available for private events of all types. For more information, visit

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