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NotCon 2017

The cancellation of this year’s M2X event by the venue was a hard blow for us. The community support has been amazing these past few days, and we would like to thank everyone for their understanding. We haven’t been idle, and we were able to make arrangements with fantastic folks at the Radisson in Farmington Hills so we can still bring something special to you.

Several guests will still be joining us, including Jon St. John and David Eddings, and more to be announced. There will be panels and autograph sessions, cosplay photographers (and all of the cosplay gatherings are, of course, invited), and more. LOTS of details to come.

Oh, one last thing. All of our daytime festivities are totally free. And if you’re looking for a hotel to crash at, the Radisson has offered us some rooms at a crazy low rate. So come on down, you know where the party is at.

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Penguicon 2017

Penguicon is a not-for-profit, community-run convention for open source software, science fiction, music, gaming, DIY, and more. Panel topics include technology, science, eco/green, literature, costuming, food, gaming (board and video), webcomics, action/adventure, music, film, anime and an after dark event. .This is a big hang out for ALL areas of the geek/nerd community. What better way to meet people who wave the geek/nerd flag? People come to Penguicon to learn about securing their network, and also how to make their own cheese. They learn how to create chiptunes on their gameboy, and come listen to sci-fi. There is also the Maker Market which is like a dealer room except they don’t accept commodities, only thing’s people have designed themselves. If you need a place to recharge, check out the con suite which has free soda and food all week long.
Penguicon is a convention tailored mainly for adults. While kids are welcome, there are no special passes or events for them. Please keep that in mind.

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She Kills Monsters – April

She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen
A comedic romp into the world of fantasy role-playing games, She Kills Monsters tells the story of Agnes Evans as she leaves her childhood home in Ohio following the death of her teenage sister, Tilly. When Agnes finds Tilly’s Dungeons & Dragons notebook, however, she stumbles into a journey of discovery and action-packed adventure in the imaginary world that was Tilly’s refuge. In this high-octane dramatic comedy laden with homicidal fairies, nasty ogres, and 90s pop culture, acclaimed young playwright Qui Nguyen offers a heart-pounding homage to the geek and warrior within us all.

Doors at 730 pm
Thursday, April 27 at 8 pm
Friday, April 28 at 8 pm* Cosplay Discount Night
Saturday, April 29 at 8 pm

Doors at 130 pm
Sunday, April 30 at 2 pm

*This performance is our Cosplay Discount Nights! Patrons who come in full cosplay will receive $5 off their ticket price. Photographers will be available on site as well to capture patron’s cosplays.

Tickets are available at our website, littledoortheatre.com, or by email reservation at [email protected]
Price: $15, except on Cosplay Nights $10 with full cosplay

Some adult material, visit Samuel French website for more info, handicapped accessible

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Events for the Week April 24th-30th

8 Events for this Week. You can’t say there isn’t anything to do this week.

Don’t know what to do for the week? Well, check out what’s going on for this weekend.

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Star Wars & Beyond: The Music of John Williams

What would a movie be without its powerful score? Composer John Williams brought movies like Star Wars, E.T., Harry Potter, Schindler’s List and Jaws to life with his remarkable ability to give films a musical voice. Celebrate the music of this Academy Award winner under the baton of guest pops conductor Stuart Chafetz, and don’t miss this extravaganza featuring the spectacular sounds of the Lansing Symphony.

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Downtown Flint ComiXcon 8

The Eighth Annual Downtown Flint ComiXcon is on! April 22, 2017, and The Flint Farmer’s Market. 9am – 5pm. Admission is $5 per person, kids 12 and younger get in free with a paying adult. BE THERE!

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Dark Carnival Games Con 2017

Juggalo Gamers—The time is right on hand for the ultimate event that will cater to all your gaming desires! It’s the first ever Dark Carnival Games Con, being held at the 30,000 square foot indoor show space of the Gibraltar Trade Center for three days and nights of nonstop nerdy Juggalo gaming action! It’s going down all weekend long, April 21st, 22nd, & 23rd, 2017. This is your chance to test your skills at Into the Echoside, Quest for Shangri-La, Texas Hold ’em, Morton’s List, Magic the Gathering, and the off-the-wall hilarity of the grand debut of Psychopathic Records’ demented card game Juggalos Against Humanity. Battle against fellow Juggalos and gamers from around the country to find out who is the best of the best as you compete in hype tournaments for your chance to win dope prizes and the ultimate title of World Champion! And there’s so much more: We’re talkin’ role-playing adventures from Dungeons & Dragons to the extra rare, truly old-school Dark Carnival gem Pendulum’s Promise, with campaigns hosted by your favorite Psychopathic nerdies. With free-play video games; crazy Karmic Morton’s List events; Dark Carnival Tarot readings; autograph signings from all your favorite Psychopathic Records artists and game designers; giant, super-sized, massive games; a movie tent; the return of the infamous game show Juggalo Family Feud; inflatable sumo wrestling; medieval sword and shield Juggalo-to-Juggalo combat; inflatable games; an open gaming area with an extensive library of every type of game imaginable; literally hundreds and hundreds of vendors; and not to mention the chill spot—the soon-to-be infamous Morton’s Lounge. Come kick it with the Juggalo Family, and enjoy an event for gamers everywhere. You can peep all the details when the official website launches (www.DCGcon.com) on January 6, 2017, at 9 p.m., at which time tickets will also go on sale. So come join us at the first ever DCG Con, Three Days of Nonstop Gaming—Juggalo Style!

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