See William Shatner & More at The Official Star Trek Convention
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The last date listed for The Official Star Trek Convention was Sunday November 10, 2013 / All Day: Start Time TBA.
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Once every two months, the Walt Disney Family Museum becomes even more magical, staying open late for Animate Your Night, a series of Disneyland-themed after-hours parties. In celebration of the museum's new exhibition Magic, Color, Flair: The World of Mary Blair, which showcases the legendary Disney artist's incredible body of work, the museum has teamed up with Dapper Day to present an evening of fashion, fantasy and fun. Don your best dapper wear and escape to the museum's Fantasyland-themed after-hours party, where you can enjoy a signature retro cocktail and get swinging to the vintage vibes of local favorites Slim Jenkins. Throughout this fun-filled night, you'll have the chance to immerse yourself in a Fantasyland animation, strike a pose in a Mary Blair-styled photo booth, hear a special presentation from Dapper Day founder Justin Jorgensen and even purchase your very own personalized mid-century-style painting from Ric Carrasquillo of Squillo Studio. Please note that tickets do not include admission to the Mary Blair exhibition, which may be purchased separately for $5 at the ticket desk. Learn More
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OK, so you really have to be a fan(espcially at this juncture) to spend $$ in this bad economy on stuff like this.
The promoters(Creation Enetertainment) have been around forever and were in charge of the very first conventions back in the 70's....
Please do not kid yourselves, it is ALL ABOUT $$$$.
The actors and actresses are all wonderful folks but the sad truth to fans is that the original series has been off the air for over 40 years, and even the more recent series and movies died out many years back;
Yes, there is a new movie series but to be asking these particular folks about details of episodes from the 60's or 70's..
or other one time theatrical shoots that have lived forever in syndication is reminiscent of the infamous Shatner episode "Get a Life" on SNL--
We all need to grow up and get a life at this point..
Creation(and this comment has nothing to do with the good folks at Goldstar), should you have had the misfortune to order extras like autographs, photo ops etc...actually now charges a hefty service charge with their damn electronic tickets;
It is outrageous---but trust me, they DO NOT CARE..they want the money and are not ashamed to get it ...and like most things outrageous(sports players salaries, actors salaries)...as long as we are dumb enough to pay it...it will go on forever;
Anyway...all that non-withstanding, Leonard and Nichelle are two of the real nice folks associated
with Trek- Nichelle is still gorgeous while nearly 80(I would marry her in a HB)..Leonard was always one of the truly passionate, cerebral Trek personalities vs the ego maniac, somewhat vacuous Shatner..
Is this event a rip-off- with everything, it is a matter of perspective and that, unfortuanately is a yes and no!
I commend Goldstar for having offered this-- I would have never paid full price - havng been to many of these and full well knowing what to expect.
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