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Can't Stop the Serenity 2010 - Seattle

Here's the news you've been waiting for!! Seattle's 5th Annual Charity Movie Event for Equality Now -- Can't Stop the Serenity 2010!! When and Where: July 17th, Saturday @ MOHAI (Museum of History and Industry) - Directions Time: 4:30 pm - 9:30 pm (Doors open at 4:30 pm - movie starts at 5:00 pm) Created by fans of the movie Serenity, Can't Stop the Serenity (CSTS) has become a worldwide benefit movement in support of Joss Whedon's favorite charity, Equality Now - an international organization that works against violence and for the protection and promotion of human rights for women and girls around the world.
Activities planned so far: Joss Whedon's shiny sci fi action-adventure movie, Serenity Our CSTS special presentation will be a live music mini-concert featuring: VIXY & TONY and MARIAN CALL. Let's put our hands together for our favorite Firefly songwriters and musicians! NOTE: This concert is included in the full event ticket only. Costume/fashion show with door prizes for those brave people who come in costume Raffle baskets filled with awesome goodies Browncoat social hour with munchable appetizers and beverages And Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog! Our amazing committee is still dreaming up plans and exciting events to take place for this years' shindig so keep your communicator open for further details.
Ticket details: ALL TICKETS WILL BE PICKED UP AT WILL CALL ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT $15 advance/$17 day of show (movie and raffle only) Event Tickets: $30 advance purchase - includes Serenity screening, raffle prizes, social hour and appetizers, special music concert, costume/fashion show, Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog and another 'Better Chance of Winning' Raffle!
Tickets, t-shirts, tote bags and raffle tickets are available for purchase on-line at CSTS Seattle ( so check the website for merchandise and ticket deadlines. For anyone who already bought their "movie only" tickets, there is a chance to upgrade to a full event ticket so you don't miss out on this great evening of music and mayham. Send an email to [masked] with your request and the ticket sale folks will treat you right. If you haven't gotten your tickets yet, well? Why not? Click your way over to and get your hands on a pair...or more. T-shirts - $20 each - Sizes available: S-5X (black) in unisex and women's style. T-shirts are only available for purchase online and must be picked up at the event. This year's artwork is by awesome local artist, Emily Ivie. See the logo at the top? She's the one who created it! biggrin Word of mouth is our friend. Tell everyone you know, send a text, post on Facebook/MySpace/LiveJournal, Tweet about it! We aim to misbehave!

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  • Tom O.

    Great event. The Blu-Ray was better than the remaining old scratchy films that Universal hasn't yet accidentally destroyed.

    July 19, 2010

  • Kelly M.

    My son and I had a wonderful time! It was amazing to spend the evening with so many other people who also appreciate Joss Whedon and Serenity! The raffle baskets were impressive, the food simple but an excellent choice, the music truly made the evening and singing along to Dr. Horrible was so fun.

    The biggest diappointment was that the blue screen photo op didn't take place. That could have really been a money maker and a fun momento!

    July 19, 2010

  • Snow W.

    Totally awesome event! The music, the movies, and company was great. My only bummer was that I didn't win the raffle basket I dumped a bunch of tickets into. Still, let's do this again!

    July 18, 2010

  • Traevynn

    Fantastic and the smoothest run event that we've done so far! No major problems, just the usual minor stuff that causes delays and requires split second decisions that may or may not, determine the ultimate fate of the world. ;) Hearing Vixy, Tony & Marian Call sing together was something that legends are made of, and then on top of that awesomeness, we had SJ Tucker, Betsy Tinney and Sunnie Larsen to increase that awesomeness to the nth degree! If I hadn't been there to witness it, I'd have never believed it.
    MOHAI and its people are superb to work with and their generosity towards our event is greatly apprecated - Thanks Christine and crew - you Rock!
    If we choose to do this again next year, how are we going to top this year??

    July 18, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    wasn't as well organized as we would have liked. not as laid back as the last one we went a very pushy vibe from several folks in attendance. we understand there was a very admirable goal, but the pushy raffle sales techniques were a little annoying. spending $30 a piece to get told to spend more money in a down economy with a wife that had been unemployed for two months...well, you get the picture, i'm sure. the music was awesome :) overrunning the end time by an hour wasn't so great, and we think this was almost entirely due to the raffle issues. we take the bus, so getting out on time is fairly imperative. we realize it's hard to run a charity event in times like these, but the issues we dealt with were enough for us to decide not to do this again. next year we will watch our own dvd, and just donate online. that there is another issue, as we were led to believe we'd be watching the film, but it was glaringly obvious someone put a dvd in the system.

    July 18, 2010

  • David M.

    Wow what can I say but thanks for the fun, wonderful evening and outpouring of support for Equality Now, Northwest Harvest, and MOHAI! Browncoats are a fine buncha folk. Thanks for partin with your cashy money to such fine causes and enjoyin the shindig! Yer Raffle Ticket Seller salutes ya!

    July 18, 2010

  • Douglas W.

    Awesome as always. Things started late, but as I was late myself this was shiny. MOHAI was a good choice of venue. Mighty fine shindig. -"We have done the ridiculous, and that makes us wacky....."

    July 18, 2010

  • Mars

    Went great. Can't speak for the after-movie party but the movie was well-attended, enthusiastically viewed and the raffle fun and funny. Not to mention the swag for the raffle was unbelievable, really amazing baskets this year.

    July 18, 2010

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