Festival on the Green – March 26 & 27
Festival on the Green – March 26 & 27 avatar

On March 26 & 27, the Continuum will once again participate in UWF’s Festival on the Green.

Last year was our first time at this event. We became involved through the efforts of Sharon Bogart, and were stationed outside at the John C. Pace Library, right next to the Amateur Astronomers. We were only there for the Saturday, busy promoting the group and a Planetarium event — an event that, unfortunately, had to be cancelled due to some technical problems outside of our control. But we still had fun and have been looking forward to FOG 2010 for some time now.

For this year, a few things are different, a few things are the same. Last year’s Star Trek film became a huge success! We now have a Captain’s Chair. And we’ve gained some new members. All of which will make FOG 2010 better for us!

On March 3, I, along with Chris Hammonds and Connie Fleming, met with Jeff Comeau and other FOG planners. We will be inside the new School of Science & Engineering complex , which had its grand opening this last February. We are sure to see a fair amount of traffic as Continuum members in Star Trek uniforms and costumes guide visitors in the building showcasing the robotics lab, the AI lab, and the “Holodeck” 3-D virtual reality simulator.

The Captain’s Chair will also be available. For the first time, we will have a backdrop that will feature a projected image of the bridge stations behind the chair. As we did at the movie premier, we’ll be taking pictures of those taking the center seat.

We also intend to be present for both days this year. Hours for Festival on the Green are from 1 to 4 p.m. on Friday the 26th and 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday the 27th.

As for what’s the same, we’ll still be promoting a Planetarium Event. This time it’s “Yuri’s Night Pensacola” on April 9. (Hopefully, we’ll have much better luck this go-round 🙂 ). And we’re sure to have fun talking to potential members all about the exciting things going on with the USS Continuum.

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Jay has been the Commanding Officer of the USS Continuum since January 2010.
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