IT'S ALMOST HERE!
Pittsburgh's 9th annual Can't Stop the Serenity charity screening will be held on Saturday, August 16, 2014 at the historic Hollywood Theater in Dormont, PA. The doors will open at 5PM for an evening packed with all the misbehavin' we can sneak under the Alliance's radar, including games, raffles and a showing of Serenity on the big screen at 7PM. This year we'll also have a special Browncoat music and trivia mixer at Fredo's Market Deli (just down the street from the Hollywood) from 3-5PM, where Browncoats can purchase great food, mingle, play team trivia to win prizes and hear a great acoustic performance from singer/songwriter Sean Faust. And of course we're doing it all to help the shiny folk at Equality Now.
Admission to both the mixer and the main event is absolutely free, but you will need a ticket to see the Big Damn Movie, which can be obtained at the box office at the Hollywood Theater in exchange for an $8.00 donation to Equality Now. (As always, additional donations to the cause are also much appreciated). Tickets will be available starting at 5PM the day of the event.
Our thanks to Geek Pittsburgh (www.geekpittsburgh.com), who will be sponsoring Can't Stop the Serenity Pittsburgh again this year.
The online sale of CSTS 2014 t-shirts and patches has concluded. A limited number of t-shirts will be available for sale at the event.
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We look forward to seeing you at this year's 9th annual Can't Stop the Serenity Pittsburgh!
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