Get Your Noodles in Gear ~ Chewbacchus Planning Meeting

Members of NOSHA who are planning to march with the “Krewe of Evangelical Pastafarians of the Immaculate Misconception of Cannelloni and Space Technology” need to meet to discuss our parade plans.

Let's talk about costumes: far-out pirates, decorated pasta strainer helmets, noodly appendage headdresses, skeletal pirate fish or some galactic variation or combination of the above is the theme we're going for. Creativity will be rewarded!

We need to plan out our throws, and we'll keep it simple this first year. But we need to see who will be costuming and who can help with the details!

You must be a 2014 member of NOSHA ($20)..... pay your dues online via the website or bring payment with you on Sunday.

AND you must be a paid member of the 2014 Krewe of Chewbacchus to participate in the parade ($42). This fee includes your ticket to the Chewbacchanal Ball that night. 

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  • Michelle

    I will be at the Jefferson feed pit bull appreciation day til 3, then I'll head over

    January 23, 2014

  • Charlotte

    FROM THE KOC WEBSITE:

    Everybody kicks in $42 and gets access to the general supplies/builds/space at the den, the Bar2D2 and other keg-bearing contraptions during the parade, and entry to the Chewbacchanal. We’re all onboard the same Chewbacchus Mothership. Chewbacchus is a multi-headed hydra of fandom and awesomeness. We are all one under the banner of the Sacred Drunken Wookiee.


    Why do I need a Droid Collar?

    The Droid Collar (aka wrist band) allows you to march in the parade AND it is your ticket for the Chewbacchanal. It also admits you into reserved Krewe areas and gives you access to Krewe ONLY FREE beer and Krewe ONLY FREE food/snacks.

    January 20, 2014

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