Sunday Panel Descriptions

Quiet Crafting Time (Winchester at 9:00 AM)

Wake up with us, and put those final touches on your outfit, or start a new hand project you can take with you and work on throughout the day.

BoF: Friends of Lois / AFG (San Tomas at 9:00 AM)

Christian Services (Bayshore at 9:00 AM)

Please join our ecumenical services Sunday morning.

Morning Meditation Period- Sunday (Stevens Creek at 9:00 AM)

Start the morning right, and join a group meditation.

Monsters In Love! (Alameda at 10:00 AM)

Paranormal Romance is going all over the place these days. We have dino romance, wolf pack romance, there is even BigFoot romance! Where is this coming from and where can we take it? The Panelist give their takes, ideas and thoughts on all things romantic and monsters!

Interview with Toastmaster Tom Merritt (Ballroom E-F at 10:00 AM)

See our Toastmaster and Sword & Laser co-host Tom Merritt get his tables turned as he is interviewed by Ric Bretschneider of Fanboy Planet.

Quidditch (Ballroom A at 10:00 AM)

Quidditch was founded in 2005 at Middlebury College by then-freshman Xander Manshel. Looking for a variation on their normal Sunday activities, Manshel and his friends laid the foundation for a game that has grown in leaps and bounds to become a widely respected, physically intense sport. The sport was profiled in an article in the Wall Street Journal. Quidditch continues to grow, with hundreds of teams established at colleges and high schools, and many more community teams. Over 110 teams are official members of the IQA. In June, quidditch was featured prominently in the movie The Internship. So if you want to learn about the magical sport that is ever so growing sport, then join the International Quidditch Association (IQA for short) and learn an amazing sport that is fun for all ages! Hope to see you out in the pitch!!

Alien Skin Make-Up Tutorial (Winchester at 10:00 AM)

It's not enough to have spiffy alien duds - you've got to shed your human skin to really look out of this world. Learn and practice several easy and fun techniques with color and texture to create your perfect alien look. If you've got a specific look in mind, email shodoshan@gmail.com and Krys will come prepared with ideas just for you.

Readings: Urban Fantasy (Lafayette at 10:00 AM)

"Bow ties are cool;" or, "Talk nerdy to me" (San Tomas at 10:00 AM)

Geek is chic! Activities that used to get people teased for being 'nerds' are now called 'cool'. How did that happen, and how can we keep it going?

Alternative Lifestyles and Sci-Fi/Fantasy (Lawrence at 10:00 AM)

From Heinlein's line marriage to Ethan of Athos, a discussion of alternative lifestyles, chosen or otherwise.

Traveling in Audio Space: The making of the Traveling in Space audiobook (Camino Real at 10:00 AM)

Author Steven Paul Leiva and actor Jeff Cannata discuss the process of producing the Audiobook edition of Leiva’s science fiction novel, Traveling in Space, which is being launched at BayCon 2014 by Bluroof Press. Not just a work-for-hire production, the Traveling in Space audiobook was personally produced and directed by Leiva, who called upon Cannata, an actor he had previously directed in plays, to not just read, but perform the book, taking on thirty-five characters, both male and female, both alien and human. Leiva is the author of the science fiction play, Made on the Moon, as well as several novels. He previously worked in the film industry and produced the animation for Space Jam starring Bugs Bunny and Michael Jordan. Cannata is an actor in film and for the stage, and host for several popular Internet shows on gaming and media, including The Totally Rad Show and Newest, Latest, Best. JEFF CANNATA WILL GIVE A LIVE PERFORMANCE OF A SECTION FROM TRAVELING IN SPACE

To Be or Not to Be...Listening to that Critique (Napa III at 10:00 AM)

If you ever had your manuscript critiqued, you’ve gotten feedback…likely tons of it. But how do you sort out the good advice? What do you do with conflicting advice? New and mid-level writers can be led astray by critiques as easily as helped by them. This panel will discuss how to choose and mold the advice that benefits your writing while still keeping it YOUR story.

Commercialization of Space Travel (Stevens Creek at 10:00 AM)

With companies like Space X launching rockets to low Earth orbit, and other for-profit ventures vying for the Lunar X Prize, are we headed into a Golden Age of space travel? How can companies profit from travel to Earth orbit, to the Moon, or to near-Earth asteroids? Do existing treaties preclude profitable exploitation of outer space resources?

Science Fiction: More than a Job, It's an Obsession. (Ballroom E-F at 11:30 AM)

It's good for the mortgage, but what's the effect on the author?  And how do you stay sane when you hit book 12?  How often does a series get out of control and continue long past its prime, and how does it affect the series as a whole?

Quidditch (Ballroom A at 10:00 AM)

Quidditch was founded in 2005 at Middlebury College by then-freshman Xander Manshel. Looking for a variation on their normal Sunday activities, Manshel and his friends laid the foundation for a game that has grown in leaps and bounds to become a widely respected, physically intense sport. The sport was profiled in an article in the Wall Street Journal. Quidditch continues to grow, with hundreds of teams established at colleges and high schools, and many more community teams. Over 110 teams are official members of the IQA. In June, quidditch was featured prominently in the movie The Internship. So if you want to learn about the magical sport that is ever so growing sport, then join the International Quidditch Association (IQA for short) and learn an amazing sport that is fun for all ages! Hope to see you out in the pitch!!

Arduino Workshop II (Winchester at 11:30 AM)

Arduino Laboratory is on the cutting edge of designing simple to build, one board creations. Wanna make your own? Join in on the hands-on fun as you build an Arduino project in one of our two workshops at BayCon. Reserve your spot now as these build sessions sold out last year. Reserve your spot now by sending $30 materials deposit via PayPal to lhburch@yahoo.com. Be sure to include your name, which workshop you want to attend; Saturday or Sunday and the word Baycon in the PayPal note field. Your $30 is a deposit on your Arduino project which typically ranges from $40 to $70. See my website arduinolaboratory.com for more info.

Star Wars VII: Where are we going now? (Lafayette at 11:30 AM)

JJ Abrams has said he is setting this one 30 years in the future. What does this mean to the franchise and its fans? Will he become Jar Jar Abrahms?

Creating Family in Fiction and in Fandom (San Tomas at 11:30 AM)

The idea of a family of choice is one that has always been powerful in science fiction and fantasy literature. Examples of groups who create familial bonds range from the Fellowship in Tolkien to the crew of the Serenity in Firefly. Similarly, Fandom has its own sense of belonging and fellowship. In this panel we talk about the different ways family can be defined and built, both in fiction and in our fan communities.

Ray Bradbury: Masterheart of Mars (Lawrence at 11:30 AM)

Despite not truly being a science fiction author, as least not of hard SF about space exploration, Bradbury was a singular influence on many people who eventually became the scientists and engineers working in space exploration and related fields. Steven Paul Leiva, author of Searching for Ray Bradbury: Writings about the Writer and the Man, and a long time friend and colleague of Bradbury’s, will discuss the reasons why, as well as the reasons why Bradbury was such a public and vocal supporter of the space program. Jeff Cannata, actor and host of such internet TV shows as The Totally Rad Show and Newest, Latest, Best (NLB), will read from the works of Ray Bradbury.

Do Back Cover Blurbs Work? (Camino Real at 11:30 AM)

A controlled discussion of published back cover blurbs across genres and indie/traditional publishing to ferret out what works and why the authors/marketing staff made the choices they did with the intent of having participants walk out of the workshop with a better idea of how to produce their own back cover or query blurbs to entice readers/editors/agents.

How to Develop Your Marketing as an Author (Alameda at 11:30 AM)

What every author needs to know or what to do to make their books and stories sell after they are published.

From Disposable Society to Recyclable Society (Napa III at 11:30 AM)

How do we go about eliminating our throw-away culture in favor of a culture that practices "Reduce, Reuse, Recycle?" How do we manage that without killing our economy? Panelists discuss transcending consumerist culture.

Miskatonic School for Girls (Magnolia at 11:30 AM)

Reading, Writing, Non-Euclidean Geometry, Painting With Colors Out of Space, and Secrets Man Was Not Meant to Know are just a few of the classes offered to the students at the Miskatonic School for girls. Can you keep your house of students from going insane and joining the cults of the great old ones? Let's find out!

Surveillance and the End of Privacy (Bayshore at 11:30 AM)

Between government surveillance of citizens and ubiquitous cameras, is privacy a lost cause? What can you do to preserve your privacy?

BoF: Doctor Who (Lobby at 11:30 AM)

Welcome to the mumblety regeneration of the Dr. Who BoF.  Come mingle with other fans and swap obscure Whovian references while keeping an eye out for statues.  Warning:  Couches will not be provided.  In case of Dalek activity, attendees must locate their own cover.

Battling Creationism and Pseudoscience (Stevens Creek at 11:30 AM)

You're in a deep conversation with a friend / relative / random stranger, who turns out to believe in creationism, or some other area of pseudoscience. How can you turn the other person's mind around? The panelists will present a variety debating techniques that can be used in conversations on science versus pseudoscience.

Star Trek Pillows (Winchester at 1:00 PM)

Spock taught us to Live long and prosper, so why not do it in style. Join us to make yourself a little Star Trek throw pillow. Decide if you are a Red, yellow, or blue, just be warned you may have to protect it from the Klingons.

Fluxx Tournament (Magnolia at 1:00 PM)

Deceptively easy at first, the game's rules changes on a turn by turn basis. Fun for players of all ages and skill levels.

BoF: My Little Pony (Lobby at 1:00 PM)

Charity Auction (Ballroom E-F at 2:00 PM)

A benefit auction for BayCon 2014's official charity, the USO. There will be lots of great stuff to bid on.

Pepekura (Winchester at 2:00 PM)

Ever wondered how you can turn a piece of paper into Iron Man armor? We're doing it right now, and we'll show you how. In this hands-on class, you'll learn all about the pepakura technique, and we'll walk you through your first creation. We'll show you how to take it past the paper to a finished product, and you'll get a list of recommended materials and sources.

Story to Song/Song to Story: How prose can inspire songs and music give birth to stories (Lawrence at 2:00 PM)

Got (song) writer's block? The cure might be in your favorite, book, movie, album or TV show

Fencing Discussion (Ballroom A at 2:00 PM)

Electronic LEGO (Lafayette at 2:00 PM)

From the official Mindstorms product to EL Wire and Arduino integration, there are myriad ways to combine electronics and LEGO

You Don't Look Like an Alien… (San Tomas at 2:00 PM)

We know what other people's concepts of aliens are, but what is yours?  Learn how to create an alien-looking alien without settling for pointy ears and prosthetic foreheads.

Fanboy Planet Podcast (Camino Real at 2:00 PM)

Be part of the audience as Derek McCaw and the Fanboy Planet crew record their podcast. Keep an eye out for surprise interview subjects!

Cultural Appropriation in SFF media and costuming (Alameda at 2:00 PM)

What is it, why is it problematic, how should we do it, why bother to incorporate other cultures (not your own) at all, etc?

Common Ground: Comparative Religions -- Buddhism, Pagan, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Bahá'í, Hindu and more (Napa III at 2:00 PM)

Many cultures, many religions: all of them have a purpose within their respective societies. We are now a global society, and people are practicing the religions of their choice rather than that of their families or country. Our panelists will discuss what similarities draw people to religions of their choice.

LARPing for beginners / Artemis Elite Flight - Sun (Magnolia at 2:00 PM)

LARPing for beginners: What is a LARP? How is it different from tabletop RPG games? What are the game mechanics? Artemis Elite Flight: Come watch the elite crew of the starship USS Loma Prieta defend the sector from an intense assault by the galactic neighborhood's nastiest aliens and space monsters. The crew will be attempting to earn the coveted 'Lucky Seven' Artemis Fleet medal!

Inspirations for New Costumes (Bayshore at 2:00 PM)

If you think it's bad showing up to the prom wearing the same dress as somebody else, imagine showing up to the convention as the eighth Captain Jack Sparrow!  Where can find cool concepts that haven't been done to death yet (and what are some examples)?

BoF: Ingress (Lobby at 2:00 PM)

"The world around you is not what it seems." Ingress, Niantic's augmented reality game with a scifi-based backstory, pits you and your comrades against an opposing faction for control of landmarks and areas in the "real world". The game is played using your smartphone, and requires visiting actual physical locations. For prospective or new players this panel will serve as an overview and introduction to the game. For established players the panel will provide scanner and strategy tips, and act as an opportunity to meet agents from other areas and for cross-faction interaction. "It's time to move."

The Royal Manticoran Navy Annual Meeting (Stevens Creek at 2:00 PM)

Attention on Deck! The Royal Manticoran Navy, the official Honor Harrington Fan Association, will be holding its annual meeting, chaired by the First Lord of the Admiralty, Lord Sir Martin Lessem. Even if you haven't enlisted yet, you are welcome to attend.

Interview with Artist Guest of Honor Ursula Vernon (Ballroom E-F at 3:30 PM)

Join our Toastmaster, Tom Merritt, as he interviews our Artist Guest of Honor Ursula Vernon about children's books, birding, the wonders of artistic inspiration in the garden, and whatever other topics occur to him.

Fencing Demo (Ballroom A at 3:30 PM)

St. Michael's Salle D'Armes will be presenting a demonstration on the historical and proper use of weapons from the 15th, 16th, and 17th centuries. Their knights will fight for your entertainment, followed by a demonstration of Cut-and-Thrust (Side Sword) and Rapier. Audience members will also have the opportunity to take a brief lesson with the long sword.

Geeky Beadwork (canceled) (Winchester at 3:30 PM)

Calling all Whovians and crafty people! Learn some beadwork basics and make your own miniature bowtie and TARDIS from seed beads and crystals.

¡Viva la Arduino Revolucion! (Lafayette at 3:30 PM)

Be a part of the Arduino Revolution and join the conceptual design engineering team to help guide future creations. We will inspire your vision by sharing our Arduino Lab creations and discuss how we can tweak our existing projects to fit your needs.

Adult Fans of LEGO (San Tomas at 3:30 PM)

Not just a child's toy, LEGO is being used for fun, art, and profit by adults all over the world. An introduction to and discussion of the LEGO fan culture.

Copying the Look: How Important is Screen Accuracy? (Lawrence at 3:30 PM)

If you're dressing as a specific character from a movie or TV show, do you need to get every last detail of their outfit, or just the basics? Does it make a difference if you're entering a masquerade as opposed to just dressing up for fun?

Elder Scrolls Online (Camino Real at 3:30 PM)

Long awaited the Elder Scrolls MMORPG has finally come to be. Orcz.com, the Video Games Wiki, will have its staff talk about the features, classes, races, and lands. What does it offer that is unique? Why play it? As Gamers we will discuss these matters.

The Internet: The Next Television Network? (Alameda at 3:30 PM)

Hulu, Netflix, and YouTube are all putting big bucks into producing original high quality television shows. Meanwhile, traditional TV network shows' ratings and budgets are dropping. There are rumors of Apple and/or Google offering a la carte cable plans. What happens when the Internet turns from a distribution method into a production system?

Authors: Stop Blocking Your Own Potential! (Napa III at 3:30 PM)

For years the publishing industry has pushed and pulled authors into ʺmarketableʺ categories that they can quantify, but today's readers are looking for something different. As long as you believe in your work and the enjoyment that it brings to you and those like you, give it to the masses. Figure out who you are, what you want the world to see, and commit to it! Then figure out how to reach people like you and go out and sell books!

Iron Game Designer Judging / Shadow Hunters / Ticket To Ride (Magnolia at 3:30 PM)

Our Gaming Staff Has much to offer this afternoon: And the winner is... Come and find out the results of the Iron Game Designer Competition! Do you think Van Helsing was a wuss? Are the Winchester brothers a couple of bungling amateurs compared to the awesomeness of your monster hunting skills? Come and show what you can do in this survival board game set in a devil filled forest. Ticket to Ride is a multiple award winning cross-country train adventure in which players collect and play matching train cards to claim railway routes connecting cities throughout North America.

Strange Love - Using Romance Tropes in Science Fiction and Fantasy (Bayshore at 3:30 PM)

What are science fiction and fantasy's most powerful love stories, and why do we love them so much? What's the difference between a romance novel and a novel with romance? Find out how romance novels have changed in the last two decades, and how the digital market has opened up a whole new crossover world.

BoF: Godzilla (Lobby at 3:30 PM)

The Science of the Honor Harrington Universe (Stevens Creek at 3:30 PM)

Wormholes, gravity waves that travel faster than light, DNA manipulation. What is the likelihood that the achievements in science and technology presented in the Honor Harrington series will someday become a reality?

Constructing Fictional Cultures (Lobby at 5:00 PM)

The panelists explain how you can draw on lessons learned from successful and unsuccessful cultures here on Earth to create fictional ones. What are the stresses that cause a culture to fail? How do successful ones avoid those pitfalls?

Facial Contouring (Winchester at 5:00 PM)

Whether you're just hoping to glam it up for a night on the town, trying to look more like the celebrity you're cosplaying, or hoping to enhance features to pull off an otherworldly look, facial contouring is a useful foundational skill.

The Royal Manticoran Navy Awards (Ballroom E-F at 5:00 PM)

The Royal Manticoran Navy, the Official Honor Harrington Fan Association, will be issuing awards an perhaps inducting some of its members into the various Chivalric Orders. Come join us as we celebrate the hard work of all our members and honor those who have preformed above and beyond for this organization and the Honorverse as a whole. You do not need to be a member of the Royal Manticoran Navy in order to join us for this occasion.

Writing Compelling Fight Scenes (Ballroom A at 5:00 PM)

This panel is for new and experienced writers who want to refine their representation of combat and action on the page. We will discuss pacing, choreography, how to translate film techniques to the page; and how to add just enough detail to bring the reader into the heart of the action -- while moving the story along too.

BoF: Podcasting BayCon 2015 (Lafayette at 5:00 PM)

Podcasters! Meet with BayCon staff and Panelists who have done Podcasting at BayCon to discuss what support you'd like to see from BayCon in order to podcast at BayCon 2015.

Outdated Information that shaped Writing of Science Fiction from the past (San Tomas at 5:00 PM)

What older stories are we now embarrased to read because of their cultural assumptions?

Singing Workshop for Folks Who Don't Sing (Lawrence at 5:00 PM)

Has the world told you that singing is not for you? But it is! Have a voice but it gives out on you far too soon? Lacks power? In two entirely different styles, Kathy Mar and Moira Greyland, two leading ladies of music, will guide your singing to become a vibrant new you. This is a workshop for people who have never sung, professional singers, and everyone in between. Wear comfortable clothing and bring a water bottle. Being hydrated is the key.

A Yarn About Costuming (Camino Real at 5:00 PM)

Come find out what leads someone to look at dozen skeins of yarn and think ‘I can make a costume out of that.’ Learn about pattern resources, picking what yarn to use, and choosing between knitting and crochet stitches. Get a close up look at my knit Wonder Woman, Klingon, and this year's costumes.

Five Dollars, a Dead Fish and a Time Machine: Alternate History (Alameda at 5:00 PM)

Do-it-yourself alternate history. What if you were given three items? Where would you go back to, what would you change, what trouble would you cause?

Fan Fic : The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (Napa III at 5:00 PM)

Some of us got our start writing for stories that others had created.  Those who have talent get to showcase it, and others can have a wonderful opportunity to learn more about the craft, or how not to offend others.

Fantasy Genesis: A Game for Artists (Saratoga at 5:00 PM)

A workshop on creating art, based on the book "Fantasy Genesis: A Creativity Game for Fantasy Artist" by Chuck Lukacs. Even if you don't draw, this workshop will get your imagination going. Using a series of dice rolls and corresponding word lists, you generate ideas, creations and drawings. You roll the dice and it determines from lists challenging elements to inspire your imagination. The challenge and the fun comes from melding seemingly unrelated and everyday elements such as a caterpillar, seashells, fire or a hammer into new creations.

Furry Fandom 101 (Bayshore at 5:00 PM)

Have you wondered how much you do or don't know about the Furry Fandom? Did you see that CSI episode once or maybe even the "fursuit" episode of Storage Wars? Curious? Scared? Friend of the fandom? All of these questions and more will be answered at this informative panel hosted by actual furries who are heavily involved in the fandom. We will have fursuits for you to touch, look at and maybe try on! We love our fandom and unfortunately, like most things, a lack of education and a plethora of bad media has given furries a not so great reputation with some. Join us! We're like the dark side but softer and more filled with hugs!

Female Archetypes in Fantasy (Stevens Creek at 5:00 PM)

In fantasy stories set in worlds with their own system of gods and goddesses, are the female archetypes too limited, to roles such as The Mother or The Daughter? Do we need more stories with a full spectrum of female archetypes, such as those in the pantheon of India?

Space Invaders Embroidery (Winchester at 7:00 PM)

Space Invaders is one of the all time classic video games and kick-started the modern games industry. It introduced the world to... fighting aliens! Come make your own battle field embroidery.

Evening Meditation Period (Pool Deck at 7:00 PM)

Refresh yourself from a day of conventioneering, and join Randy Smith as he leads a group meditation.

Boffers (Ballroom A at 9:30 PM)

Chainmaille Workshop #2 (Winchester at 8:00 PM)

Jen & The Amazing Stan from Steampunk Garage will be back again teaching chainmaille for the second time this weekend!

Regency Dancing (Cypress at 8:00 PM)

The English Regency was just over a decade, but it has had a broad influence on everything from literature to music and dance. Don't worry if you don't know the steps -- expert Alan Winston will teach you as he calls the dances.

Taiko Preformance (Ballroom E-F at 8:00 PM)

Alternative History: Historical Fracture Points (Camino Real at 8:00 PM)

A discussion of where history could have gone the other way.  What if the Allies had landed at Calais?

Reading: Fantasy (Alameda at 8:00 PM)

Guests reading from their latest novels, short stories or novellas. Check the Newsletter for details one who will be presenting. BayCon Panelists- See Newsletter for details.

How to Write Great Sex Scenes for Fantasy/Sci-Fi (Napa III at 8:00 PM)

Boy on girl. Girl on girl. Girl on alien? Sex. We all know how to do it, but writing about it effectively is another matter! Sex in fantasy/sci-fi has always been an integral part of the genre, and as authors, we owe our readers the best sex scenes we can craft. How do you avoid the pitfalls that can turn a potential masterpiece of steamy erotica into laughable, or even worse, offensive pornography? How do you strike the right balance between explicit and clinical? Come listen to the panelists discuss what elements they think makes a great sex scene and how you can get your readers hot, bothered, and panting for more! This is an 18 and over panel. ID will be checked.

Dive-in Movie: WALL-E (8:30 start) (Lobby at 8:00 PM)

What if mankind had to leave Earth and somebody forgot to turn the last robot off? The year is 2700 and WALL-E is a robot still spending every day doing what he was made for. Soon he is visited by a sleek robot named EVE whom he chases across the galaxy with a pet cockroach and a heroic team of malfunctioning misfit robots. (2008, G)

Burlesque Show (Ballroom E-F at 9:30 PM)

BayCon welcomes Bombshell Betty and her Burlesqueteers to a one-night Burlesque Show. Bombshell Betty has been teaching burlesque classes in the Bay Area for more than 10 years! Prepare to be tantalized and warped into time and space as your favorite Sci Fi, Comic Book, and Pop Culture characters come alive and strip your mind’s eye and their clothes off in one fell swoop! One Night Only, but you can see them every 2nd Tuesday at the Elbo Room in San Francisco. Hosted by Klingon Vanna White! Featuring performances by Bombshell Betty! Penny Chianti! Trixie Fou Laurant! Valhalla Voom! Please note this show is NC-17.

Boffers, cont'd. (Ballroom A at 11:00 PM)

Craft Along (Winchester at 8:00 PM)

Come join us and get your craft on. We have many simple projects that are available to be worked on, as well as some more challenging ones too. Bring a project you’ve already been working on, or come explore our project binders and start something new. There will be limited supplies available for new craft projects. But don’t worry – I’m certain we can set you up on a project you’ll enjoy. Think of this like the game room, with space to work on something, and people willing to help teach as we can. There will likely be music, laughter and conversations galore as we craft along.

Concerts (Lawrence at 9:30 PM)

9:30-10:00 Concert: Cliff Winnig with Sitar (... and Deborah J Ross on words.) 10:30-11:00 Concert: Moira Greyland with Harp 11:00-11:30 Concert: A Capella In Action- A Braided Concert Enjoy the talents of the human voice, never alone while a heart yet sings. Heather Stern Bill Laubenheimer Kathy Mar Jane Mailander

Kill Doctor Lucky LARP: The Encore (Bayshore at 9:30 PM)

Boffers, cont'd. (Ballroom A at 11:00 PM)

Craft Along (Winchester at 8:00 PM)

Come join us and get your craft on. We have many simple projects that are available to be worked on, as well as some more challenging ones too. Bring a project you’ve already been working on, or come explore our project binders and start something new. There will be limited supplies available for new craft projects. But don’t worry – I’m certain we can set you up on a project you’ll enjoy. Think of this like the game room, with space to work on something, and people willing to help teach as we can. There will likely be music, laughter and conversations galore as we craft along.

Theme Circle - Dawn Patrol (Lawrence at 11:00 PM)

It's always midnight somewhere, likewise it's also dawn somewhere. We will sing of the dawnings of new ages, of the ending of days. And if our day doesn't end before the coffee shop reopens we may go for an morning meal together. Stay as long or as short as you like, and be welcome.