11th annual Binghamton Bridge Pedal, about a two hour ride, ends at TechWorks! a local food festand tours of the Vintage IBM Computing Center, the Hall of Ones & Zeroes, Link simulators, and morefrom 11am -1pm.
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Code to your heart's content with a little help from Women in Technology@BU and the Vintage IBM Computing Center team. Try your hand at code.org activities for all ages, teach a robot to avoid obstacles (like a self-driving car), and watch 50 year old IBM computers punch and sort cards and print on green-bar paper, just like you saw in the movieHidden Figures. Take a break to play an antique Link Nickelodeon and walk inside a giant camera to checkout what's happening outside TechWorks! Best for ages 13- 18. Parents must sign permission slips at the door for children 12 and under.
$5 admission includes all activities and snacks. Terrific long-sleeve T Shirts for $10
Conveniently located 5 minute walk from BC Connection bus station, one block north of Clinton Street Bridge. Plenty of parking.
Savor craft beer from dozens of Upstate NY breweries and spicy food from local eateries, served by knowledgable home brewers from around town.
Play a nickelodeon, step inside a giant camera, see the Apollo Lunar Module Simulator, Olympic bob sled, and other products of Upstate ingenuity.
Come down to TechWorks! located at 321 Water St. Binghamton, NY to learn hands-on how to code.
The Binghamton Bridge Pedal is a 9 mile leisurely ride that starts and ends at TechWorks!, 321 Water Street, in downtown Binghamton. Pedal alongside the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers, and throughout the city, crossing several landmark bridges. There will be several stops at local parks, as well as significant historic and cultural sites along the way.
$5 admission includes Technology in action at the Vintage IBM Computing Center - Punch and sort cards; Send Telegraph messages with vintage railroad equipment; Play music on a player piano and Link Nickelodeon, Emboss in Braille, Bend a giant paperclip, Step inside a Giant Walk-In Pinhole camera, and Enjoy ice cream from Inside Scoop.
Meet today's STEM educators inspiring tomorrow's innovators at the opening reception of the 53rd annual conference of NYS Technology & Engineering Educators Association at TechWorks!
Visit the Vintage IBM Computing Center, one of five sites in the world where historic computers function.
Savor regional microbrews, wine, cider & appetizers
Hosted in collaboration with BU's 32nd Annual Flight and Ground Vehicles Simulation Symposium
Taste multiple styles from more than a dozen regional breweries, served by knowlegeable members of the Broome County Fermenters Association and the Brewers In the Endicott Region (BIER).
The 9th Annual Binghamton Bridge Pedal is a 9 mile leisurely ride that starts and ends at TechWorks!, 321 Water Street, in downtown Binghamton. Pedal alongside the Susquehanna and Chenango Rivers, and throughout the city, crossing several landmark bridges. There will be several stops at local parks, as well as significant historic and cultural sites along the way. Tour guides from several transportation, cultural, historic, and community organizations will be at the event to speak about these significant sites. Riders will be in one group, staying together throughout the event. At the end of the bike ride, get refreshed with ice cream and frozen delights at the 4th annual Coolest Dessert in Town Contest!
Watson School Freshman Welcome Week
Mechanical music concert hosted as part of 2015 NYS Paths Through History Weekend
See vintage NY vehicles and the latest in electric and alternative energy vehicles
Before Silicon Valley there was IBM Endicott & Owego
More Music from the Future - Master thereminist Eric Ross and ERA Avant-Garde Ensemble - featuring dancer Atsuko Yuma with Trevor Pinch, Moog synthesizer; Jason Smeltzer, theremins; John Snyder, theremin, didjeridu; Eric J.Roth, guitar; Joe Perkin, bass
Baby It's Code Inside
Spend an afternoon at TechWorks! to check out the coolest things in engineering & technology today.
Bringing craft beer and soda from all over New York together with you favorite spicy foods from local restaurants
Join us in celebrating IBM Endicott technology advances
More than 120 cyclists joined the 2014 Binghamton Bridge Pedal Saturday morning. At the end of the pedal, they joined ice cream lovers from across town to taste and vote for the Coolest Desserts in Town.
Experience Upstate NY innovations that changed your world - World's First Text Message (1913), Photography's First Roll Film (1887), First Flight Simulator (1929), and Electronics small enough to fit in your pocket or your ear (1960s to present).
3rd annual century of NY vehicles show
Pinhole camera workshop
Composer Eric Ross with his Avant Ensemble will present a special electronic music performance. The concert featured three thereminists, two Moog synthesizers, one lute, and more.
Explore 100 years of mobile communications technology
Good beer and spicy food
Technology of music from the heart of NY
Congressman Richard Hanna makes an impromptu visit to TechWorks! Workshop