Archive for January, 2013
Looking for those special fannish treasures? Well look no further! The Capricon 33 Dealer’s Room is sure to have what you’re looking for.
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It’s time to explore Artificial Intelligence at Capricon 33!
Not sure whether artificial or inborn intelligence suits you best? That’s where the programming department comes in to help out. As always, we’re offering a wide variety of activities at (almost) all hours of the day. We’ve scheduled plenty of returning favorites, and added some new choices and faces. We think you will really enjoy your exploration of all kinds of intelligence!
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We’ll be meeting on Sunday, March 17, to discuss “Dragonsong”.
Is there a better way celebrate St. Patrick’s Day than to discuss a Pern novel by Irish-American author, Anne McCaffrey? We don’t think so! It’s the first book in her Harper Hall trilogy.
We’ll be meeting at our normal time and location, 7pm at…
1740 Sherman Ave
Capricon 33 is excited to announce that Chicagoland PhotoBooth (chicagolandphotobooth.com) will be at the convention taking YOUR photo on Saturday, February 9th from 11am to 5pm. They are so excited about being part of the con that they are constructing a TARDIS facade for the photobooth! How neat is that?! They will also have available a selection of props that can be used within the booth. The basic photo will be a strip of 4 black and white photos and will be available almost immediately. CDs can be purchased at a later date.
Want to keep those Euchre skills sharp?
Euchre club will be meeting on Sunday, April 21, 2013, at 5:00pm. We’ll be at our regular location:
The Grafton Pub
4530 N. Lincoln Ave.
On Thursday evening, Capricon 33 will be having a ghost story reading. Everyone is welcome to participate. There are a few simple rules:
- The stories should be, at most, R-rated.
- Readings should last no more than 20 minutes, (so everyone gets a chance).
- The story can be your original work or by someone else.
If you would like to read, please contact Programming at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re looking for a few good fen with specific knowledge to participate on panels at Capricon 33.
- Familiar with the works of Alfred Bester?
- A fan of James Bond books and/or films?
- A fan of Benedict Cumberbatch?
If you are and would like to participate on a panel, please contact Programming at email@example.com.
You know if you don’t, someone else will and you’ll just have to keep correcting them. Why not cut out the middle man?