When you schedule a Type-IN and it turns out to be set right next to a big Pumpkin Fest for kids, you toss the program out the window and just keep loading paper into those machines and unsticking the occasional rugby scrum of type bars. These Tweens dug typing, and we went way over schedule. Michael Ardito of Hometown Business Machines helped with crowd control, brought a stack of his typewriters and gave out a lot of cards. He also answered some typewriter history and technology questions from the kids. Numerous parents had whispered Xmas present conversations, about which we can say no more, nudge, nudge, wink-wink!
This is about the fifth set of typers we had on the machines–and we had a blast. Thanks to one and all.
3 responses to “Tweens Take Over Philly Type-IN!”
Kids and typewriters. Always a great mix!
Added to Type-In.org! (: