Events

Annual Events

Electronica Music Fest, November 5, 2022 at the System Source Computer Museum

Electronica will be held at the System Source Computer Museum in 2022.

Performers :

planck epoch (eduardo cervantes and dave vosh)
frank vanaman
jeff brown
spooky action (rick kowalski)
charlie kramer
novparolo (bev stanton and winston psmith)
chaka benson
don slepian
kevsab (joe wall and rimas campe)
GHI (greg kist and hal schmulowitz)
beau finley
synthtech project (logan mitchell sr.)
twyndyllyngs (bill fox and howard moscovitz)

MAARC WinterFest, occurred January 2022

The Mid-Atlantic Antique Radio Club holds its annual WinterFest swap meet at the National Electronics Museum.

TechnoSwapFest, not occurring in 2022, see Special Events for our Garage Sale info

Is your shop so cluttered you can barely work on your projects?
Did you buy something online that didn't fit into your plans?
Are you still looking for that perfect gadget, part or tool?
If you answered YES or NO to any of these questions, you need to attend the Annual Techno-Swap-Fest to buy, sell and gawk at all the precious junk that other hobbyists crave.

Pioneer Camp, annually in July or August, not occurring 2022

Contact nemuseum@gmail.com with any questions or for more information.
Special Events

Garage Sale, ongoing

It's time to get your junk on!!!

We are holding an ongoing online/limited in-person garage sale. Click here for a catalogue with brief descriptions, photos and sale prices. We will be updating the list periodically, so make sure you check back to see what we’ve added.

There are two ways to shop. If you want to browse the objects, visit during our open hours (Monday-Friday 9am-4pm, 3rd & 4th Saturdays 10am-2pm). If you see something you'd like to buy directly from the catalogue, email nemuseum@gmail.com to see if it's still available and reserve. If the item is not paid for and picked up in 1 week, it will be added back to the sale. You can pay for items through PayPal or in person via cash, check or credit card. The proceeds from the sale of the objects will be used to support the mission of the National Electronics Museum.