Local blogger shares her thoughts on CSTS - Tucson

While spending upwards of a year planning the CSTS events each year, there's one thing that drives many of us. Sure, we want to raise money for charity and do good works, but seeing people smile and really enjoy what we worked so hard to put together is the real reward for the volunteers who (literally) shed their blood, sweat, and tears on those couple of hours at the movies. It means a great deal to us when we get feedback, especially from people we don't know and have not been a core part of our movement. Those comments make us feel as if what we're doing is really making a difference beyond the couple thousand dollars we send off to Equality Now.

CSTSP Recap pending

Can't Stop The Serenity was a success! It was fun and exciting... and exhausting. Expect a full recap as soon as we recover. Remember though, Tucson CSTS on the 29th featuring Serenity and Browncoats:Redemption!

Important FAQ Information for CSTSP

Below are answers to questions you may or may not have about the Can't Stop The Space Pirates event THIS SUNDAY SUNDAY SUNDAY! (Sorry.. some things you just can't resist.) This will answer everything from questions about the schedule to where to park to whether you should watch your purse around the pirates. I highly recomend you read through this entirely and if you still have questions, doubts, comments, or concerns please let me know at csts@azbrowncoats.org and I'll try to get everything answered as promptly as possible.

How to pick up your merch pre-order

Just a quick note to everyone who bought pre-orders for CSTS merch on our website. All orders will be available for pick up at your local screening (Phoenix on the 19th, Tucson on the 29th). You'll be able to pick it up at the merch table, just let us know who you are. If you can't make the event, email us at csts@azbrowncoats.org an we'll work out a way to get your goods to you directly.

Serenity of the Carribean

Just to whet your appetite for Can't Stop The Space Pirates a little... here's a youtube video I found in which someone synced up the Pirates of the Carribean: At Worlds End trailer with Serenity. It works rather well!

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