9:00a.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



10:00a.m.: Panda Handprint (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



10:00a.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



11:00a.m.: Farm Animal Notebook (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



11:00a.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



11:00a.m.: What Were You Thinking? Meet the Dept. of Games and Theory (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


Start you ALL-CON game show experience with a glimpse behind the curtain.

Group Captain Cole ''JediCole'' Houston of ALL-CON Games and Theory, your game show track, presides over an opportunity to meet some of the folks behind your favorite game shows.

This lively, interactive panel will feature scheduling guru Mrs. JediCole as well as a variety of show producers for 2018. Meet the teams from The JediCole Universe/Half-Ass Productions, Hit It and Quiz-Its, In Our Nerdy Opinion, Robo Family, Bacon Samurai, and more. Discover the creative process, the ups and downs, and challenges behind challenging contestants over the prior 12 years of game shows at ALL-CON

Keen on joining the Game and Theory team in 2018? Find out how and pick up some tricks of the trade on Thursday.


Speaking: JediCole Houston

Category: Discussion Panel

 



Noon: Podcasting/Video Game Live Streaming 101 (45 mins.)

Room: COLONNADE A/B [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Geeks 5 Ever


Have you ever wanted to start your own podcast or start your own video gaming live streaming channel. Are you already a streamer or podcastor and do you want to share your insights? Here you can learn the basics from where and how to start to what to use and where to post.


Speaking: Geeks 5 Ever

Category: Discussion Panel

 



Noon: Acetate Owls (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



Noon: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



Noon: Exploding Kittens Thursday Noon Gaming Waterford (2 hrs.)

Room: GAMING: WATERFORD [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Chronicles GTC (Games, Toys, Comics)


Exploding Kittens is a kitty-powered version of Russian Roulette. Players take turns drawing cards until someone draws an exploding kitten and loses the game. The deck is made up of cards that let you avoid exploding by peeking at cards before you draw, forcing your opponent to draw multiple cards, or shuffling the deck.

The game gets more and more intense with each card you draw because fewer cards left in the deck means a greater chance of drawing the kitten and exploding in a fiery ball of feline hyperbole.


Category: Activity

 



Noon: Love Letter (2 hrs.)

Room: GAMING: WATERFORD [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Chronicles GTC (Games, Toys, Comics)


Love Letter is a game of risk, deduction, and luck for 2–4 players. Your goal is to get your love letter into Princess Annette's hands while deflecting the letters from competing suitors. From a deck with only sixteen cards, each player starts with only one card in hand; one card is removed from play. On a turn, you draw one card, and play one card, trying to expose others and knock them from the game. Powerful cards lead to early gains but make you a target. Rely on weaker cards for too long, however, and your letter may be tossed in the fire!


Category: Activity

 



Noon: Intro to Steampunk (45 mins.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


A fun and informative overview of the Steampunk genre for the newly intetested or the long time fan. Learn about the various facets of this genre including fashion, literature, music, film, and more. Q and A included.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



1:00p.m.: Cosbounding 101 (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 1 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Elecrobat Cosplay


Closet cosplay and Disneybounding has become increasingly popular. Any character can be transformed into a closet cosplay to reflect the cosplayer's personal style while saving time and money. More recently referred to as Cosbounding, the simplicity of a Cosboud cosplay can actually feel different and a challenge to get started. Electrobat Cosplay will discuss how this style of cosplay has become more popular, the influence of Disneybounding, and how to put together your own Cosbound cosplay.


Speaking: Electrobat Cosplay

Category: Discussion Panel

 



1:00p.m.: Wooden Bank (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



1:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



1:00p.m.: Oooh! Oooh! Oooh! (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


Introduced in 2014 as ''the game show where the entire audience are contestants'', this exciting show boasts over 50 prizes per edition! If you have ever been in the audience of an All-Con game show and felt that unbearable urge to yell out the answer that the contestants struggle to conjure up, this is the show for you!

Apart from some minor changes in structure the show remains largely unchanged from the pilot incarnation. If you are in the audience, you are part of the show and could win one of the myriad prizes (valued from $1 to $5 for the most part). Be a part of All-Con's biggest trivia contest and feel free to yell ''Oooh! Oooh! Oooh!'' when you know the answer!

Hosts: Mrs. JediCole and the Games and Theory Crew
Contestants: Variable


Speaking: JediCole Houston

Category: Game Show

 



2:00p.m.: Welcome to The Adventure Zone! (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 1 [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: Mothership Cosplay


Hail and well met, adventurers! Do you like dice-roll based fantasy role playing games? What about moon bases and battlewagon races? Let Mothership Cosplay be your guides to the world of The Adventure Zone: a podcast where three brothers and their dad play Dungeons & Dragons. Join us as we discuss the live-play storytelling, LGBTQ representation, and the amazing community that surrounds the story and song that the McElroy family created.

You're going to be amazing!


Speaking: Andrea Morrison; Jen Kelly; Meagan Rucker

Category: Discussion Panel

 



2:00p.m.: Fit For Cosplay (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 4 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


Getting into shape and living a healthier lifestyle all for the sake of COSPLAY! Take notes on diet and fitness tips as Velvet Locks speaks on the obtainable journey to your dream cos-bod.


Speaking: Velvet Locks

Category: Discussion Panel

 



2:00p.m.: Ghost Bead Clip (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



2:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



2:00p.m.: King of Tokyo (2 hrs.)

Room: GAMING: WATERFORD [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Chronicles GTC (Games, Toys, Comics)


In this demo you'll fight as one of six Kaiju ready to take over Tokyo and prove who is the baddest in the classic stomping ground that’s a magnet for numerous beasts. In this game you'll push your luck with dice rolls and aim for victory by either clawing at your opponent's health, using energy to buy the best cards or rolling for victory points. Brought to you by Chronicles Games!


Category: Activity

 



2:00p.m.: Tea Dueling (2 hrs.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated:

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


The Steampunk sport of royalty returns to ALL-CON!! Participate in the most Victorian of contests as the tea and biscuits decide who is a true champion! Prizes provided.


Category: Activity

 



3:00p.m.: Kid's Closet Cosplay (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 1 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Heroic Inner Kids


How do you keep a kid in costume without breaking the bank? It is GREAT they share your love but how does a parent keep up woth the high demand to be the coolest kid at the con when you know they will outgrow the costume in a short time? Where do you fin time to build a costume cheaply? Make up just comes off, masks are hard to see through and what about bathroom breaks?! HELP!!!!

Well there is no one fits all answer but there IS help out there between parents and sometimes in your own closet. Sometimes hotglue, a bit of creativity and a little know how go toward a decent costume that will last long enough for this week's character or at least until your next paycheck.


Speaking: Robert Goodrick; Daniel Sanchez; Leah Bocanegra; David Arroyo; Rebecka Hunt

Category: Discussion Panel

 



3:00p.m.: Monster Magnet (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



3:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



3:00p.m.: Don't Lose Your Geek Card (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


ALL-CON's first all-original game show, the template for many variations over the years, is back!

Contestants are each issued three Geek Cards at the start of the game and are presented with a board of eight categories with five trivia questions each. Any contestant ringing in and giving a wrong answer loses a Geek Card. This can be a bad thing because its a ''three strikes and you're out'' kind of game! But if you get the question right you have earned points that are added to the points received for each Geek Card maintained during the game. Lose a Geek Card or two? Fear not! There are Bonus Cards randomly included with questions that act as replacement Geek Cards which can be won with a correct answer. There are even randomly placed prize cards that garner special prizes for a correct answer over and above the main prize for the show!

Points are awarded for every correctly answered question as well as for each Geek Card retained and every Bonus Card earned (and retained). Prize Cards do not add to the point total, but at least there is a nice prize involved! This classic edition of the show will feature trivia derived from movies, television, comics, sci-fi / fantasy literature, and popular culture. Looking for something more specific? Check out the other incarnations of Don't Lose Your Geek Card!

Contestants: Three


Speaking: Leah

Category: Game Show

 



4:00p.m.: Cosplay and Charity (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 1 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: The Center for Affordable Prosthetics


This is a round table panel dedicated to answering questions about bettering your community through your nerdy passions.
Nonprofits and cosplayers who donate proceeds to local charities are invited to join the conversation.


Speaking: Cory McCoy; Jennyfer Keohane; Stacey Stewart

Category: Discussion Panel

 



4:00p.m.: Butterfly Suncatchers (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



4:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



4:00p.m.: Name That Tune (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Hit It and Quiz Its


Are you an audiophile with a penchant for video games, theme songs, and other popular sounds? Come test your musical ear against other competitors to see who can name that tune!


Speaking: Blake Martin; Lauren Martin; Brian Chappel; John Robinett; Christine Robinett

Category: Game Show

 



4:00p.m.: Pandemic Thursday (2 hrs.)

Room: GAMING: WATERFORD [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Chronicles GTC (Games, Toys, Comics)


In Pandemic, several virulent diseases have broken out simultaneously all over the world! The players are disease-fighting specialists whose mission is to treat disease hotspots while researching cures for each of four plagues before they get out of hand.


Category: Activity

 



4:00p.m.: Artemis Starship Bridge Simulator (1 hrs.)

Room: STARSHIP BRIDGE SIMULATOR: BACCARAT [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Meow About Cosplay and Crafts


Do you have what it takes to defend the sector from hostile enemy fleets? Then join the crew of the USS Artemis!

A Star Trek style game where a team of six take control of the stations of a starship bridge.

Got lightning fast reflexes? Man the Tactical (weapons) station! Is your sense of direction always straight and true? Take the Helm! Are you always the curious one? Take the Science Station, and you're the first to discover everything about the enemy! A born diplomat? We need you on Communications! Or, take the Engineering Station and make sure energy and repair crews go where needed! And last, but certainly not least, every good ship needs a Captain to guide his or her brave crew in the face of overwhelming odds!*

Come join us and boldly go where no one has gone before!

*gamemaster will set game difficulty to ''Only Slightly Overwhelming''.


Speaking: Lee Nader; Mandy Nader

Category: Activity

 



4:00p.m.: Basics of Game Design (45 mins.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated:

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


From tabletop to cards to video games there are core comcepts of good game design that transcend medium. Q and A included.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



5:00p.m.: Nose and Whiskers (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



5:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



5:00p.m.: Artemis Starship Bridge Simulator (1 hrs.)

Room: STARSHIP BRIDGE SIMULATOR: BACCARAT [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Meow About Cosplay and Crafts


Do you have what it takes to defend the sector from hostile enemy fleets? Then join the crew of the USS Artemis!

A Star Trek style game where a team of six take control of the stations of a starship bridge.

Got lightning fast reflexes? Man the Tactical (weapons) station! Is your sense of direction always straight and true? Take the Helm! Are you always the curious one? Take the Science Station, and you're the first to discover everything about the enemy! A born diplomat? We need you on Communications! Or, take the Engineering Station and make sure energy and repair crews go where needed! And last, but certainly not least, every good ship needs a Captain to guide his or her brave crew in the face of overwhelming odds!*

Come join us and boldly go where no one has gone before!

*gamemaster will set game difficulty to ''Only Slightly Overwhelming''.


Speaking: Lee Nader; Mandy Nader

Category: Activity

 



5:00p.m.: Hosting Fan Events (45 mins.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated:

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


Want to host a geeky gathering? From photoshoots to concerts to full blown conventions this panel will cover the pitfalls and challenges of organizing events for fan communities.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



6:00p.m.: So You Wanna Save Eorzea? An Introduction to Final Fantasy XIV (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 1 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Elecrobat Cosplay


Whether you are an MMORPG fan that's never played Final Fantasy or a Final Fantasy fan that's never played an MMORPG, Final Fantasy XIV can be a fun gaming experience. Electrobat Cosplay will answer the number one question she sees about this game from gamers - ''Should I play it?'' - by providing a crash course in becoming a Warrior of Light.

Learn about the basics of the game mechanics, building your character, the social aspects of the game, and how it compares to other Final Fantasy titles and popular MMORPGs.


Speaking: Electrobat Cosplay

Category: Discussion Panel

 



6:00p.m.: Making Your Own Panel 101 (45 mins.)

Room: COLONNADE A/B [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Geeks 5 Ever


Have you ever wanted to host your own event / panel? Get some insights on how to get started.


Speaking: Geeks 5 Ever

Category: Discussion Panel

 



6:00p.m.: Cloth Coin Purse (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



6:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



6:00p.m.: Screen Time (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


So you think you know movies do you? How about famous or popular movie quotes? Well this is the game show you have been looking for! Or is it?

Screen time is part movie trivia, part movie quotes, and all fun. The big twist is that movie quotes are read without inflection or any attempt to imitate the characters or actors. The bulk of points awarded are for correctly identifying the movie, the actor, and/or the character from a movie quote read by the hosts ''as if your grandma was reading the line with no knowledge of the source''. Contestants gain from one to three points per correct identification with recognizing your favorite quotes out of context being the real challenge. Standard trivia and other components round out the game play.

All quotes for the standard edition of Screen Time are certified family friendly, so you can even bring along the kiddos to watch the fun unfold.

Hosted by: JediCole Houston and Friends
Contestants: Three


Speaking: Leah

Category: Game Show

 



6:00p.m.: Star Trek Ascendancy (5 hrs.)

Room: GAMING: WATERFORD [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Chronicles GTC (Games, Toys, Comics)


Boldly go where no one has gone before. In Star Trek: Ascendancy — a board game of exploration, expansion and conflict between the United Federation of Planets, the Klingon Empire, and the Romulan Star Empire — you control the great civilizations of the Galaxy, striking out from your home worlds to expand your influence and grow your civilization. Will you journey for peace and exploration, or will you travel the path of conquest and exploitation?


Category: Activity

 



6:00p.m.: Artemis Starship Bridge Simulator (1 hrs.)

Room: STARSHIP BRIDGE SIMULATOR: BACCARAT [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Meow About Cosplay and Crafts


Do you have what it takes to defend the sector from hostile enemy fleets? Then join the crew of the USS Artemis!

A Star Trek style game where a team of six take control of the stations of a starship bridge.

Got lightning fast reflexes? Man the Tactical (weapons) station! Is your sense of direction always straight and true? Take the Helm! Are you always the curious one? Take the Science Station, and you're the first to discover everything about the enemy! A born diplomat? We need you on Communications! Or, take the Engineering Station and make sure energy and repair crews go where needed! And last, but certainly not least, every good ship needs a Captain to guide his or her brave crew in the face of overwhelming odds!*

Come join us and boldly go where no one has gone before!

*gamemaster will set game difficulty to ''Only Slightly Overwhelming''.


Speaking: Lee Nader; Mandy Nader

Category: Activity

 



7:00p.m.: Yuuri on Ice (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 1 [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen


This will be a yuuri on ice discussion panel regarding ships, favorite characters, favorite episodes and moments. Come ready to talk about everything regarding our favorite anime!


Speaking: Jamie Thomas

Category: Discussion Panel

 



7:00p.m.: SCNS Live at ALL-CON 2018 (90 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 4 [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: SCNS Live


The SCNS Live Crew returns to ALL-CON to help kick things off with their live show. Join the studio audience for some fun as they broadcast live to YouTube and Facebook. Bring your confessions of nerdy obsessions as they will have Nerd Confessions live. A challenge has arisen between Matt and Jason and it's going to be an eating challenge. What's the item? You'll have to attend to find out.

Join the discussion and fun this year as SCNS returns to ALL-CON with another great show.


Speaking: Jason the X; Rob ''Ntropi''; BC; Matt; Cora; Intern Ricardo

Category: Performance

 



7:00p.m.: Game of Throne: We Know Who Wins the Iron Throne (45 mins.)

Room: COLONNADE A/B [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: That Nerd Show


If you're a fan of Game of Thrones then this is the panel for you because That Nerd Show knows who will win the Iron Throne. At least we have some pretty good theories This is a fan discussion about Game of Thrones from our favorite characters to presenting all the theories on who will win, and what we know so far as we inch closer to the last season. We will be discussing our theories and making our predictions on what happens at the end of season 8 with compelling evidence that not even the Maesters of Westeros could come up with. If you have a theory or want to make a prediction then join That Nerd Show for a Game of Thrones Discussion.


Speaking: Marcus Blake; Brendan Smith; K. Scott Cooper; Chloe James; Ashley Horne; Erin Smith

Category: Discussion Panel

 



7:00p.m.: Fantastic Paper Postcards (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



7:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



7:00p.m.: Who's That? (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Hit It and Quiz Its


Think you can identify famous heroes, villains, and other obscure characters? Come test your mettle against other contestants in this free response whole audience game.


Speaking: Blake Martin; Lauren Martin; Brian Chappel; John Robinett; Christine Robinett

Category: Game Show

 



7:00p.m.: Foam Fabrication Live Tutorials (2 hrs.)

Room: LALIQUE I [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Russ Adams


Russ Adams is an award-winning special effects artist familiar to worldwide audiences for his work on Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge, the highly-rated SyFy Channel reality series. Join Russ in person, March 15-18 from 7pm until 9pm Thursday through Saturday and noon until 2pm on Sunday. Russ is performing a live eight-hour tutorial of an actual foam build. This workshop is being offered to the public for $69.95, but is free to attend for everyone with a valid ALL-CON badge.


Category: Workshop

 



7:00p.m.: Freak-A-Con: Facebook Live with the creators of Freakazoid (1 hr.)

Room: LALIQUE II [Ballroom Level] Rated: Teen


The creators of Freakazoid are having an online convention panel / Q&A for their fans on Facebook Live. This is a space and setup for con goers to experience this together instead of individually on their personal electronic devices.

So come one come all if you want to hear the brains behind a wonderful blue-skinned hero born from the internet of the late 90's, early 2000's!


Speaking: Summer Saenz

Category: Discussion Panel

 



7:00p.m.: Artemis Starship Bridge Simulator (1 hrs.)

Room: STARSHIP BRIDGE SIMULATOR: BACCARAT [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Meow About Cosplay and Crafts


Do you have what it takes to defend the sector from hostile enemy fleets? Then join the crew of the USS Artemis!

A Star Trek style game where a team of six take control of the stations of a starship bridge.

Got lightning fast reflexes? Man the Tactical (weapons) station! Is your sense of direction always straight and true? Take the Helm! Are you always the curious one? Take the Science Station, and you're the first to discover everything about the enemy! A born diplomat? We need you on Communications! Or, take the Engineering Station and make sure energy and repair crews go where needed! And last, but certainly not least, every good ship needs a Captain to guide his or her brave crew in the face of overwhelming odds!*

Come join us and boldly go where no one has gone before!

*gamemaster will set game difficulty to ''Only Slightly Overwhelming''.


Speaking: Lee Nader; Mandy Nader

Category: Activity

 



7:00p.m.: Character Creation (2 hrs.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated:

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


Well rounded characters can be difficult to develop for projects such as fiction, art, or cosplay. This oanel gives handy tips on how to flesh out characters and avoid overused concepts.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



8:00p.m.: Guitar Hero Anime Edition (45 mins.)

Room: COLONNADE A/B [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: RecklessFire


Like Guitar Hero? Are you a Legend of Rock? Be a Legend of Anime Rock! A custom game (based on GH3) with some of the best Anime soundtrack songs, Guitar Hero Anime Edition is an arcade-style panel where players can sign up for their turn to play a song from the game. This is NOT a commercially available game - play it here! (Controllers provided.)


Speaking: Reckless Fire; FountainBlue

Category: Activity

 



8:00p.m.: Puzzle Heart Frame (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



8:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: ENTIRE HOTEL [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



8:00p.m.: Don't Lose Your Geek Card - Star Wars Edition (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions; Rantcor Pit


Your favorite Star Wars guys from The Rantcor Pit and The Rantcor Pit Live bring their simple tricks and nonsense to the game shows track with this edition of Don't Lose Your Geek Card set in that galaxy far, far away. As with the traditional version, contestants receive three Geek Cards each and are confronted with 40 questions over eight categories, all Star Wars themed of course. Contestants who answer a question incorrectly lose a Geek Card and if they lose all three during the game they are out! But there are random Bonus Cards out there to be won with a correct answer to the questions paired with such cards that act as extra Geek Cards. There are also Prize Cards out there that can earn contestants some cool Star Wars swag. If you think the Force is with you then you might wind up as a contestant of this incarnation of the show.

Points are awarded for every correctly answered question as well as for each Geek Card retained and every Bonus Card earned (and retained). Prize Cards do not add to the point total, but at least there is a nice prize involved! Don't like the Star Wars? Check out the other incarnations of Don't Lose Your Geek Card!

Contestants: Three


Speaking: Leah; Jeff Hendrickson

Category: Game Show

 



8:00p.m.: Upcycling: Costuming for the Thrifty (45 mins.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated:

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


The art of finding your cosplay needs at the Thift Store. Discussion on locating values and tips on shopping the second hand.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



9:00p.m.: Craft Room Consolidation (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



9:00p.m.: Mouin Rouge (2 hrs.)

Room: MAIN STAGE: MALACHITE SHOWROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: Los Bastardos


The timeless musical of truth, beauty, and above all else - love, shadowcast live by Los Bastardos! You love them in Rocky Horror, now see their premiere performance: Moulin Rouge! The public performance ofthis film has been properly licensed through Criterion Motion Pictures.


Category: Performance

 



10:00p.m.: Cards Adjust Hostility (2 hrs.)

Room: BEL-AIR 2/3 [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen


Ever played Cards Against Humanity with a bunch of strangers? It's really fun and rather interesting. Bring your own deck or join in the game. Laughs for all, but only if you have a dark sense of humor.


Speaking: Rebecca Thomas; Jamie Thomas

Category: Activity

 



10:00p.m.: Cosplayers After Dark (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 4 [Lobby Level] Rated: Adult


Warning! The following panel is not for the feint of heart! We'll answer your most interesting NWFS questions, serve up a no holds barred random romp of discussion and frivolity, and just maybe a life scaring memory or two. The side effects of this panel are known to cause hilarity, nausea, and uncontrolled fits of laughter. Come join us as we watch a free for all train wreck happen before your very eyes! MUST BE 18+ OR OLDER.


Speaking: Mcubed Cosplay; DeeRich

Category: Activity

 



10:00p.m.: Wood Safari Standups (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



10:00p.m.: Name That 'Toon (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


Cartoons. They're not just for Saturday morning! Especially now that cartoons are something of a rarity on Saturday mornings. There is certainly no shortage of cartoons, though, so they make an ideal subject for one of ALL-CON's newest game shows!

From classic Loony Tunes and Hanna-Barbara fare to the more contemporary fare that are staples of Nickelodeon, the Disney Channel, and Cartoon Network there is a lot of trivia out there. Do you know your stuff when it comes to animated television shows and movies? Be sure to get in early for contestant selection because this is one is bound to be in ''toon'' with a lot of people's trivia knowledge base!

Contestants: Three


Speaking: Mrs. JediCole

Category: Game Show

 



11:00p.m.: Pub Style Trivia (2 hrs.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Mature

Produced By: Hit It and Quiz Its


Bring your trivia team, your favorite beverage, and your A game! Compete to win prizes and the title of Trivia Champions from answering generic pub-style trivia questions.


Speaking: Blake Martin; Lauren Martin; Brian Chappel; John Robinett; Christine Robinett

Category: Activity

 



Midnight: Midnight Loot Extravaganza (1 hrs.)

Room: GALLERY BALCONY [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


Each night at Midnight (Tu, Fri, Sat) ALL-CON volunteers gather at the upper balcony and prepare to rain loot down upon the attendees below.

The pre-drop should incude a moment of silence to mark the loss of the pinata frenzy event which ran in this timeslot from 2006 through 2017. Twelve years was a good run for any single event at ALL-CON.

The first 'drop' is of Mardi Gras style bead necklaces. This serves two purposes. They are easier to throw which allws the volunteers to perfect their aim and style, and the necklaces weigh down the receiver, making it a little more of a challenge for the next two drops.

The second 'drop' is of stuffed animals. The first drop is of smaller, better defined objects. This drop has animals of various sizes (3''-5'') throwm from above with a soft bouncy impact, making them more difficult to catch and allowing them to be thrown harder without fear of injuring the recipient.

The third 'drop' is the most challenging for both the volunteer and the receiver. It involves five hundred balloons being individually dropped with 1-3 prize items inside. The reciver must decide whether to hold the balloon (inflated) in order to continue trying to catch more, or take the time to pop it and retrieve the prize(s) in order to be less encumbered to catch more balloons. Volunteers have to try to throw a wobbly, light, prize laiden balloon accurately enough as to possibly hit someone with it below them.


Speaking: Sarah Darling

Category: Activity