Noon: SF Cinema Matinee, hosted by Keith
14h Victorian Scientific Romance: Steampunk is now a respectable and well-establ8shed style bust as the 19th century waned and the 20th dawned, human flight, electricity and life on other worlds were very topical themes and viewed quite seriously. Authors like H. G. Wells and Jules Verne were the most famous at the time, but they were by no means the only ones to dabble in the genre. A retrospective of some of the more interesting stories of those early days, presented by Sylvain.
15:30: Preliminary planning for 2018 programming
CRAFT DAY and SECOND HAND BOOK SALE Workshops and a chance for our artisans to sell their creations. The annual MonSFFA book sale will begin at noon.
Donations of gently used books are gratefully accepted, as long as they arrive before noon and you help us to sort them on the tables.
As usual, volunteers who help set up get first choice of the books.
Prices run from 3 for a dollar for mass market pocket books, to 3$ for hardcover.
SF Artisans wishing to sell their craft work may either rent a table, 5$ for 4 ft table, or have wares sold by MonSFFA staff for 10% profit.
We are also considering the possibility of a garage sale table as well.
December 9 Holiday Feast
Time and place to be announced