Do you love Firefly, Serenity and Science Fiction?
You're our kind of geek.
Are you looking for a classy, refined, well-behaved group of fans?
We ain't it.
Come join us and find out what the Seattle Browncoats are all about.
Aim to misbehave!

The Seattle Browncoats are a local fan group of the TV show Firefly, created by Joss Whedon of Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, Angel, and Dollhouse. We like to do geeky-type events such as trips to the Seattle Sci-Fi Museum, attend the Emerald City Comic Con or play raucous games of dominoes. 

  All types of folks are welcome to come to our gatherings but there's no need to be familiar with Firefly or Serenity (the movie, not the state of mind), we like to introduce people to the 'Verse and see their reactions.

We also band together to provide support for local and international charities to give back a bit of what we've been so fortunate to have received. Some of the charities we've worked with are Equality Now, NorthWest Harvest, MOHAI and the Eastside Domestic Violence Program.

Geeks giving back to their communities have become a force to be reckoned with. Our numbers are many and our convictions are strong. We have done the impossible and that makes us mighty.

Take a look at our calendar of events, swing by for a short spell and get to know us.  

We're pretty harmless...mostly.

  Want to know more about Firefly and Serenity? Here ya go -->> The Best Show Ever Canceled  and The Movie that was made for love of the series.  

What's Happening for 2013?

We're taking off into the Black once again in 2013 for our Can't Stop the Serenity charity event in the summer!    Check the message board or go to  www.cstsseattle.org  to volunteer or get more details as we get things rolling for this year! - Shiny!

Get your Seattle Browncoat T-Shirts and schwag at  Seattle CSTS

A big Thank You to the fans and sponsors of Seattle's 2012 Can't Stop the Serenity event. We raised over $2,100.00 in donations to send to Equality Now!

With support like this, we continue to do good works and look forward to more misbehavin' in the future.

The Sea 'Coats raised $4,344.90 in 2010, $5121.64 in 2009, $3,892.40 in 2008, $5485.00 for the 2007 screening event, $1229.00 from the first Can't Stop the Serenity Charity Screening event in 2006! This brings the total to Equality Now from the Seattle Browncoats to $22,172.94 over the last several years!

Way to go, Sea'Coats!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2010 CSTS Seattle local t-shirt artist - Emily Ivie

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Recent Meetups

  • October 12 · 10:30 AM

    Every 2nd and 4th Dominoes and such

    3 Browncoats

    Fire up your Firefly mid-bulk transport, do a Crazy Ivan and head for the Wayward Coffeehouse in the Roosevelt neighborhood! www.waywardcoffee.com What are we doing?... Learn more
  • October 9 · 6:00 PM

    Creative Geeks Society

    3 Browncoats

    We have a open-to-all crafters night on Thursday evenings ‘cuz you know geeks knit/crochet/spin/quilt on Thursdays, too! Bring your Jayne Hats, Doctor Who scarves, Star... Learn more
  • September 28 · 10:30 AM

    Every 2nd and 4th Dominoes and such

    3 Browncoats

    Join us for Dominoes (or other games depending on the mood), chatting, drinking (non- alcoholic) and general silliness. We play until whenever, feel free to come early... Learn more
  • September 20 · 6:00 PM

    Sereniversary 2014

    53 Browncoats | 5.00 5.002

    Shiny!
  • September 14 · 10:30 AM

    Every 2nd and 4th Dominoes and such

    4 Browncoats

    Fire up your Firefly mid-bulk transport, do a Crazy Ivan and head for the Wayward Coffeehouse in the Roosevelt neighborhood! www.waywardcoffee.com What are we doing?... Learn more
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