“Prepare to have your molecules scrambled!”
“Prepare to have your molecules scrambled!” avatar

… because there were times it certainly felt that way with all the craziness going on during the first couple of months in 2017!  ūüėÄ  It’s hard to believe that two weeks we were having a great time at Pensacon.  Many thanks to all the people that came by to see our Star Trek displays featured at Atlas Oyster House.  And once again, our thanks to the staff of Atlas for being gracious hosts!

If you haven’t already heard: we have a brand new Star Trek display that made its debut at Atlas.  Introducing the TOS Tranporter, here joining our Captain’s Chair and Helm/Navigation console!

 

Many thanks to our members, who helped us set-up & take down our displays for Pensacon:

  • Paul Jacobs, who not only hosted our Display Workshops, but also did the most work on the Transporter, occasionally working on his own, and coming up with the design of the padd
  • Dan Ditto and Chris Weidel, who helped with workshops
  • Don Villines, who transported all displays to and from their location

We look forward to bring these to future events.  But don’t expect us to stop here.  We hope to continue the work for even more great Star Trek items.  We are excited about an additional venue we’ll be using for next year that we’ll be telling you more about in the months ahead.

 

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Meeting changes
Meeting changes avatar

Recently, members of the USS Continuum have decided to make a few changes in our meetings that will help us better support a local business that has supported us for years!

Starting on Wednesday, October 5, we’ll be moving our first Wednesday meeting to Maximilian Coffee. ¬†It’s located at 3419 N 12th Ave in Pensacola. ¬†The meeting time of 6:30 pm will remain the same.

On Saturday, October 15, we’re moving our third Saturday meeting right next door to the Cactus Flower Cafe, 3425 N 12th Ave. ¬†Our meeting time will also change: moving up to 10 a.m.

We’ve known owner Lee Kafeety since 2009 when we met her at the (then) Rave Cinemas during the Star Trek¬†movie premiere. ¬†As Lee is also a Trek fan, we’ve visited the Cactus Flower several times over the years. ¬†The Cactus Flower Cafe was also one of our sponsors for the last two Costume Bowls.

The USS Continuum looks forward to continue working with local businesses like the Cactus Flower to better serve our community.

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