From one U.S. coast to another with a stop in the U.K. along the way.

The Seattle Browncoats aren't content with doing a screening. They are doing two on the same day.
On Saturday July 13, the 2:00 matinee also features live entertainment in the form of Firebird's Children. The "Special Hell" evening screening at 7:00 has pre-movie entertainment from NERDprov, followed by the movie with texting-to-screen Hecklevision available to all cell phones present.

Both screenings offer raffles including one very special prize, a Seattle CSTS tote bag autographed by Nathan Fillion.
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Albuquerque “Independents Day” Screening

On Friday July 5th, the Albuquerque Browncoats have a CSTS event at the beautiful KiMo theater.

Doors open at 5:00 with great merchandise for sale including CSTS T-shirts, browncoat T-shirts and prints from local artists, cunning hats, notecards, lanyards, and origami firefly-class ship ornaments, to name just a few items. A live auction will follow the showing of Serenity, as will a shindig! Dr. Horrible will also be shown.

There is also a raffle and 'Verse costumes are encouraged for the even

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Toronto Holds 8th Annual CSTS Event and Charlotte sees Much Ado About Nothing

Saturday, June 29th, the doors open for the Toronto Can't Stop the Serenity Event. It's back at the Royal Cinema where the first screening was held in 2006.
After the screening of Serenity, there will be the always awesome auction, including such items as a bandana that was one of the original Universal prizes on the movie site, an authentic "Blue Sun" juice tin from the movie and some original craft items available nowhere else. Details are on the website.

All proceeds go to Equality Now.

A Toronto screening isn't comple

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We celebrate Joss’s birthday in a big way

When CSTS got started all the events were on or near Joss Whedon's birthday, June 23. Some cities still hold their events that weekend.

First up on Friday is Lawrence, Kansas who are back with a screening. The ticket price has been lowered to only $8.00 but there is additional content with Felicia Day's The Guild, Season 1 being shown.

Saturday June 22 has 4 screenings! Pittsburgh is back with their 8th screening. It's in a new location, Off The Wall Theater in Carnegie, PA. This year they are asking for donations at the door rath

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The Beeston Browncoats (U.K.) have a Joss Jamboree

Saturday, June 15, the Beeston Browncoats are having a BBQ, Dr. Horrible Showing, live music, an Open Mic, themed drinks and so much more. It is open to all ages.

This year the Costume contest is for the whole Whedonverse (from Toy Story to Much Ado), so it's an opportunity to cosplay your favourite Joss character with a chance of winning some very cool prizes!
It sounds like fun, doesn't it?
Wish you could be there?
You can! Virtually, anyway. Dress up in your favourite Whedonverse costume, take a pictu

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Join us in supporting Equality Now’s actions against increasing rape and sexual assault in the US Military

We often get asked "What is the point of Can't Stop the Serenity? I can watch my DVD/Blu-ray of Serenity anytime at home. Why should I support a local event?" We'd like to share our answer with you. By supporting a local Can't Stop the Serenity event, you are helping to change the world. Now, that might seem like a pretty big claim, but here's where it's true. The money which you hand over at a local event for a few hours of entertainment, some merchandise, a few raffle tickets or perhaps to win something cool in an auction goes to support the vital work of Equality Now. And what does Equal

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