Two founding Can’t Stop the Serenity cities celebrate ten years of events this weekend!
We start off on Saturday with the Pennsylvania Browncoats Rivers and Bridges Brigade proudly celebrating 10 years of Can't Stop the Serenity events in Pittsburgh. The doors of the historic Hollywood Theater open at 5pm where the evening kicks off with games, raffle ticket and merch sales followed by an accoustic performance by Sean Faust, his third CSTS event this year! And of course Serenity on the big screen.
Entry for the event is free but since this is a charity event, a minimum $10 donation to Equality Now is strongly encouraged. And don’t forget to bring lots of cashy money for the shiny merch and raffle which includes some CSTS 10TH Anniversary items, Serenity soaps, Train Job posters by Caroline Moore and some gorgeous hand made items from Expressions by Jen. To keep updated on event news check out the CSTS Pittsburgh website.
Then we cross to the west coast where the Seattle Browncoats Charities are teaming up with Galacticon 4 to celebrate their 10th year of holding Can’t Stop the Serenity events. The event at the Seattle Centre will include a costume contest, silent auction, merchandise for sale, Serenity on the big screen and the Ariel Ambulance nearby for photo ops.
If that wasn’t enough Browncoat excitement for one day, the event is featuring a special Q&A with Jewel Staite and Lee Stringer who worked as a digital artist on Firefly and Serenity as well as many other sci-fi movies and series! This is a CSTS you are not going to want to miss so get your tickets here. And you can find all the event info, including the evening's schedule on their Facebook page.Continue Reading...