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Panels make up the majority of our programming during the event. These may be presentations by an individual/group, it may be a forum of discussion between a few people on the panel, possibly it is a interactive session with the audience, or it might be a workshop for some skill. Some of them are done by our Guests of Honor, however many more of them are done by the community.
We have a youth programming track that mainly runs on Saturday. (up to 12 years old are considered youth, however older kids are welcome to take part, and to present if they desire to do so.
Art Show - Friday and Saturday until 6:00PM
Art from local and national, amateur and professional artists are on display and some of the artwork is for sale. Most of the art is hung on art flats so they are easy to view, the remainder of the art is included in the "print shop". The Print shop generally has less expensive versions of art from the artists.
Each piece of hanging art on display may be for sale, the artist gets to decide per piece if it is for sale. If it is for sale you may be able to directly buy it if it has a sale price, or you may be able to place a bid on it if it has a minimum bid (if it has both, the minimum bid price is significantly less than the buy price.) If someone has placed a bid on a piece, you can bid against them, but it can no longer be bought outright.
Of the pieces that receive multiple bids, they will go to the art auction to allow all those who are interested to bid on it.
Here you can buy books, swords, crafts, shirts, home decor, desk toys, art, and much, much, more. Many of our dealers make the items they sell and some will do custom orders. We frequently host a Guest of Honor table where you can shop their work as well.
Come take a break, get a snack and drink (pop or water) and chat with others about various areas of fandom.
Gaming is fun
Something that's a well known fact
So come up, let's play
We have card and board
Video as well
And yes RPG
Take a look below
At the list which you can see
Showing sample games
Dungeons and Dragons
Anomia and Munchkin
Dominion and Fluxx
Battle of Hogwarts
Timelines and MTG too
Yes there's much to do
Questions or comments
Suggestions and yes requests
Email is below
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are seeking original, unpublished stories (5,000 words or less) and poetry (up to three poems) for our annual writers content. Winners receive a free weekend registration to the con and a gift card, and winning works will be published in our program book. Also, new this year, winners will be invited to read their works at a special reading-room panel at the con!
The submission deadline is March 1, 2020, so don't delay. Read the rules and instructions on how to enter.
- Art Jam
A 2 hour block for artists and those interested in art to work on art, to discuss technique, and to enjoy the craft together.
- Murder Mystery - Friday night
A Friday night event of who done it. Lots of clues and lots of intrigue. Will your team figure out what really happened?
- Art Auction - Saturday evening
Many of the pieces of art in the art show will go to the art auction. Come for your chance to acquire that piece that you really want, and for the energy and excitement of the event. It's an event that many con-goers would not miss.
- Opening and Closing Ceremonies - Friday evening and Sunday morning
Capstone events for the convention to kick it off, and to wrap it up.