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Vault of Midnight presents: DANCE PLANET

A long long time ago, in a galaxy not too far from here at all, we had our last dance party at The Pyramid Scheme. Now is the time! We’re back, and super excited to party on Dance Planet with everything Sci-Fi and out of this world. Ann Arbor Vault’s own DJ Dick Jones will be spinning the Space Jams.

There will be costume contests for overall best, most original, and best group! Costumes encouraged, but not required.

Age 21+
Doors open at 9PM
Advance tickets: 6$
Day of party tickets: 8$

Flyer Artwork provided Rayne Klar

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Waypoint 2015 – Second Event


With the beginning of the 2015 season all players are required to purchase a 1 year membership for the purposes of insurance. New players are not required to pay for this membership. Memberships start at $15 and can be purchased here…


Event Pricing

At the Door – $30 Pre-Pay – $25 at http://waypointlarp.com/forms/preregistration.html (Currently locked but we will remedy this shortly) Veteran – $5 off Active Duty – Free (Membership required) New Player – Free (No membership required)

Season Passes

A great option for folks who love Waypoint but can’t always preregister due to work or other obligations. They can be purchased here…



Great so that we can expedite your check in process and get you out into the field where you can enjoy the game. Submit your character sheet and history here.


For those of you with in-between event actions from skills, abilities etc this will be your go to…

http://waypointlarp.com/forms/betweenevent.html (Also locked until we update site)

Event Check In/Out

We ask that players arrive no earlier than 5:00 PM unless you have special permission.

Check in starts at 6:00 PM Game on at 8:00 PM Game off at 12:00 PM

About Camp Lor-Ray

Camp Lor-Ray is located in Muskegon MI on Russel Rd off of US-31. It is split into two sides so upon entering you will see signs indicating where to go. Some of the amenities include…

– A tavern/common area with a full kitchen with all required cooking tools such as pots/pans/knives/utensils

– Shared cabins with electricity and bunk beds (Bring your own bedding. Electric heaters are allowed but we ask you to be mindful.

– Mens and Womens bathhouses with flush toilets and showers.

– Over 100 acres in trails and a beautiful lake that we can swim in when it is warm.

– Plenty of space for tent camping,

It is an absolute privilege to use Camp Lor-Ray and we ask that all of our players and staff treat the land with the utmost respect.


We encourage players to carpool when possible for a multitude of reasons. Please feel free to post on the event if you are able to provide players with a ride to and from the event or if you are a player in need.


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Big Top Midwest Steampunk Couture Fashion Show!

Off The Beaten path and Doc Colony’s Reloaded Events present Under the Big Top!
Come out and enjoy an evening under the big top while looking at the beautiful works of some of the Midwest’s top designers in Steampunk clothing and accessories. Our featured designers are:

Kinki Kitty
The Blonde Swan
Ties that Bynde Designs, Inc

Eva Lynn
Magenta Demure

The best thing is that if you see an outfit you like you can take it home with you! Each of our designers will have an area to sell their wares. So come prepared to go home with something fabulous!

We will also be featuring amazing local acts in-between the designers. Light refreshments will be served and as every there is a fully stocked cash bar.

So come out and eat, drink, and be entertained!

$15 advance/$20 Door
$30 VIP (VIP mingle, front row seating, swag bag)
$45 Patron(VIP mingle, Balcony seating, swag bag)

Brown Paper Tickets

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Kids Read Comics 2015

Kids Read Comics is a FREE event that puts comics in the lives of kids and teens through workshops, presentations, interactive drawing games and an artists alley featuring over 40 cartoonists, from award-winning bestsellers to local beginners. We share a passion for comics that expand horizons and invite lifelong reading, and we give young people the tools to use comics for creative self-expression. KRC welcomes kids, teens, parents, teachers and others to discover what comics have to offer!Support your local geek events.

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Steam Dream Expo

n the year of 2015, on the days of June 19 6 p.m. – 10 p.m., June 20 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. June 21 noon – 6 p.m The annual Steam Dream Expo will be returning to The Olde World Village. There will be live entertainment, great shopping and so much more. General admission is only $10 and children 12 and under are Free! VIP access is available to those 18 and over for only an additional $10!

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Nerd Nite Ann Arbor June 2015

Summertime and the livin’ is nerdy… June brings us an awesome trio of talks about the badass history of roller derby, the development of the science story from bright idea to blog article, and a primer on the last 75 years of history in Ypsilanti. Gonna be a great edition of NNA2, so grab a friend, grab a drink, and join us for an awesome Thursday night!

Susan B. Slamthony and Queen McLightning — A Short History of Nearly Everything Roller Derby Related
Learn the history of roller derby from the 1920s to today, how the game is played and what’s been happening for the sport locally.

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Plot twists and Revelations: The Story of Science — Veronica Taylor
When you think of science, what comes to mind? For many people, science springs to mind a collection of facts they tried to memorize for various exams. I want to show another side of science: the story of science. In my talk, we’ll take a short journey through the drama of the scientific process and learn about how scientific ideas evolve and are communicated. I hope you will leave with a new appreciation of science and what we really learn from research.

Ypsilanti History — James Mann 
Local historian James Mann returns for his fourth Nerd Night talk, and will be speaking on his new book, Ypsilanti, part of the Images of Modern America series from Arcadia Publishing. This is a picture history of the city of Ypsilanti from the 1960’s to the present. James will speak on how Ypsilanti got the most easily misspelled name in the state, the Michigan Murders, and tell the true story of Rosie the Riveter. There is more to Ypsilanti than the Water Tower! Copies of Ypsilanti will be available for purchase.

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