Since that last "museum open" announcement over a year ago, the museum has emigrated from its original location in San Mateo and is relocating to Portland, Oregon. It is currently squeezed into a 6'x13' space under the east ramp of Hawthorne Bridge over the Willamette River.
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The museum participates in First Friday - Portland's Eastside Artwalk and welcomes visitors every first Friday of the month. Each month has a theme and November's is "Collections." Museums have traditionally been founded on collections, and the Zymoglyphic Museum is no different. The curator's childhood museum forms its historical core - rocks, shells, marine animals, stamps, and many others. Some of the current collections are direct descendants of those originals.
See here for the full story on the collections and here for information about the events.