We're so glad you're coming!
Below you'll see the order button to pay for the HP3000 Reunion Saturday Party Ticket. The Party Ticket gets you into the Reunion Party, when you can also tour the Computer History Museum and exhibits, 5-10 PM Saturday, Sept. 24.
If you haven't registered yet, do it now at the Registration webpage (a fresh page will pop up in your browser.) Let us know what you will be attending, and tell the party guests you'll be there.
Aside from the party, all other Reunion events are free -- the Sept. 22 Marxmeier Eloquence User Group meeting; the Sept. 23 Migration Day briefings; the new Stromasys Zelus HP 3000 Emulator Q&A session, hosted by the CAMUS user group at 4PM Sept. 23, the CAMUS party afterward, poolside at the Cupertino Inn (cash bar). There's also a detailed technical presentation on the emulator Saturday morning, 10-12 at the Cupertino Inn, also free.
But you'll need a ticket for Saturday evening, so we can be ready to serve you at the Reunion's party.
Party Tickets are per person and non-refundable. We're also including a Discounted Party Ticket option for anybody who's a Bay Area resident and actively seeking employment -- so everyone can be included. We want to be fair with the fun, and we know everyone else will want to help support your Reunion party, too, with a regular ticket purchase.
The 3000 NewsWire is handling payments for the party night tickets. Instructions are below on how to buy. You can pay at the door, too, where the rate is $60, cash only. You can pay online, anytime up to the start of the party online. Use the address of this webpage.
How to Register and Pay for your Reunion Night
Select the ticket type you need from the pull-down menu below. Then click the Add to Cart button. The PayPal payment system, linked to The 3000 NewsWire's Reunion sponsorship accounts, will prompt you for name and address information and process your payment with a credit card -- or your PayPal account, if you have one of those. It'll notify us of your attendance, and will email you a confirmation. We'll also put you on the guest list. Your credit card statement will read "3K NEWSWIRE" alongside the ticket charge. Your confirming email will show you've paid to The 3000 Newswire LLC.
Details on how to get to the Computer History Museum are on the Museum's website. Parking is free.