The Kentucky Browncoats are on a Mission

Continuing our extremely Shiny September, 0n Wednesday, September 13th, the Kentucky Browncoats will be showing Serenity on the big screen at the Kentucky Theatre, Lexington. Money raised from the screening will benefit Equality Now and Lexington's own Military Missions [ www.military-missions.org ] who support and honour deployed military personnel by sending care packages year round as an expression of appreciation and gratitude. Organiser Ria says “This is our 2nd CSTS event and we are lo

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Strawberries, bonnets and misbehavin’ in Arcata

The Humboldt Browncoats are holding their 5th Can’t Stop the Serenity event on the 10th September at the beautiful Arcata Theatre Lounge. Organiser Craig says “Our event has become an annual fixture in the Arcata, California, event calendar. We've consistently attracted around 160 people to our event, that's 1% of the population of the town, thank you very much! Our program has been short and sweet: we open our doors at 5 p.m. and offer a one-hour pre-screening program of prize drawings, trivia, costume display, and sing-a-long of the Hero of Canton. We will be

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Calling all Browncoats in the Greater Milwaukee area!

On Saturday, September 9, the Browncoats in Milwaukee will return to 42 Ale House for CSTS Milwaukee 2017. Organiser David says “This year, in addition to screenings of a Big Damn Movie and a certain Sing-A-Long Blog, entertainment will also include a Guilded web-series and a little show about a Con Man.  While you kick back and enjoy the entertainment, there will be plenty of things to bid on in our FOUR Silent Auctions and always impressive Live Auction. Not including the multitude of games, artwork, and other merchandise up for bid, some of the

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Grab your Wonderflonium and head to Albuquerque’s Bubonicon this Friday night

Join the Albuquerque Browncoats on Friday 25th August as they present Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog at Bubonicon 49. The screening is being held in the Cimarron Room at the Albuquerque Marriott Uptown, with doors opening at 8:45pm, and the event beginning at 9pm. Organiser Charlie says “It's a free event for the public and for Bubonicon attendees. However, it is a charity event after all, so there is a suggested donation of $2-5. If you come a little early you can check out the Bubonicon Art Show and Dealer's Room, which are also open to

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Rivers and Bridges Brigade bring the Verse back to Pittsburgh

Two of our founding cities have their events on Sunday, July 30! Pittsburgh's 12th annual Can't Stop the Serenity charity screening will be held on Sunday, July 30 at the historic Hollywood Theater in Dormont, PA. Doors will open at noon for an afternoon of games, raffles and a 2pm matinee showing of Serenity on the big screen. Organiser Christopher says “Of course proceeds from the event will go to help the shiny folk at Equality Now, and this year we'll also donate a portion o

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Founding flyers take to the sky in Raleigh

On Sunday July 30 the Raleigh Browncoats will hold their 12th annual Can't Stop the Serenity in Raleigh NC. The event will be held at the wonderful Raleighwood Cinema Grill and there will be a raffle and costume contest before a screening of the Big Damn Movie Serenity in Digital DCP format. Organiser Jim says “As in years past we will be raising funds for Equality Now. In addition to Continue Reading...