It's a bumper weekend coming up with four Can’t Stop the Serenity events!
First up the 42nd Brigade Beestonians have a fantastic shindig planned catering to Browncoats of all ages this Saturday from 4pm at the White Lion Bar and Kitchen. They’re starting off with a screening of Big Hero 6 before screening Serenity and finishing off the night with a live music performance by Kezia Gill.
If that’s not enough, there’ll be raffles with some shiny prize. Every ticket holder receives a raffle ticket and the limited edition 10th Anniversary Can’t Stop the Serenity postcard designed by Phil Towle. All this for just Adult £10, Concession £8, Child £3, tickets online here or at the door. All proceeds go to Equality Now.
We then jump across the Atlantic Ocean to Miami Springs for the SRF Browncoats CSTS screening event at Tom’s NFL Sport's Bar & Grill! They’ll be screening Doctor Horrible’s Sing Along Blog along with Serenity, a raffle and a limited amount of amazing backpacks made from previous year’s CSTS shirts stuffed full of surprises for donations of $25 or more.
There’s also a lot of fun to be had with Whedonverse editions of Wheel of Fortune and Catch 21 hosted by Nick Roche. Also at the event will be the U.S.S. Blackstar group with their display of Firefly and Serenity merchandise. All proceeds go to Equality Now and the Pelican Harbor Seabird Station.
Then it’s the Albuquerque Browncoats’ turn with a Big Damn CSTS screening at the KiMo Theatre with doors opening at 5pm on Saturday. Put on your best ‘Verse finery for the costume contest and don’t forget to bring lots of cashy money for all the raffles, merchandise and auction.
Your MC will be comedian Will Bolt and there’s a pre-show they’re keeping under wraps as a surprise. You can find the schedule on the Facebook event page and buy tickets for just $10 here. The first 200 to buy tickets online get a swag pack! All proceeds go to Equality Now and UNM Children's Hospital.
The Raleigh NC Browncoats round out the weekend on Sunday with a sold out event. They are celebrating not only being a founding Can’t Stop the Serenity city but also their 10th year holding events! The evening includes Serenity on the big screen, a costume contest and raffle. All proceeds go to Equality Now and Kids Need To Read.
A lot of events this year are selling out before the day, so if you’re going to one please make sure to buy your tickets in advance so you don’t miss out.
If these events aren’t local to you, have you checked our Find an Event page? And it’s not too late to register an event, you can find all the essential info here.
Up next Gaffney!