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Science fiction convention set for March 24 at LCC

 


NanoCon Mk. IV Science Fiction Convention expands to a two day event beginning with the NanoCon International Science-Fiction Film Festival on March 24, from 5-10 p.m., in the Rose Center for the Performing Arts at Lower Columbia College in Longview. Enjoy the food and beverages at the red-carpet event featuring award winning science-fiction short films selected among submissions from more than 100 countries. NanoCon Bronze-level membership is just $10 and includes free, all-day access to the film festival and the NanoCon Mk. IV convention on March 25 at Lower Columbia College. The convention features local science fiction author Ken Lizzi, who will discuss his latest novel, "Under Strange Suns."

The convention offers reviews of popular science fiction films and series episodes, stories, presentations and discussions, tabletop games, a console and PC gaming room, and spaces for vendors and artists. T-shirts and posters will be available.

Advance registration is available at http://nanocon.co/register. Panel proposal and vendor application forms can be found on the website and through their Facebook pages.

NanoCon Mk. IV is presented by the Lower Columbia College Science Fiction Club.

LCC is an AA/EEO employer - learn more at lowercolumbia.edu/aa-eeo.

 

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