Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Patch to Commemorate Festival

Starbase Columbus is offering a commemorative patch for this year's Out of this World Festival.  It will be available for sale at the event on Saturday, April 21st.

Monday, March 19, 2018

Enter for a Chance to Win this Cool Chair!

Want to win this cool Star Trek (bean bag) chair?  Stop by the store and enter today - only $1.00 per chance. This chair would make a perfect addition to your Man-cave or game room!

Winning ticket will be drawn Sunday, April 22 at 6:00 PM after the Life in Space Summit event. You need not be present to win, but the winner will need to come and pick it up!

Monday, March 12, 2018

Guest: Cathy Zindler

Cathy Zindler will be on hand with her 3-D printer doing demonstrations at the festival. If you've never seen how one of these devices work it's quite fascinating.  This is the wave of the future! Possibly the precursor to the replicators used in Star Trek! Be sure to stop by her booth and watch a demo!

Friday, March 2, 2018

MUFON to be at Life in Space Summit
Sunday, April 22 MUFON Ohio Director , Thomas Wertman, will be the guest speaker at the UFO Summit. He will be doing a visual presentation. Media personality Rob Simone will be on hand to moderate and answer questions.

Guest: Alan Reed

Alan Reed is a professional musician and a long time friend & patron of Starbase Columbus. He plays both 6 string and 12 string guitars. 

Guest: Robb Lopaka

The B-9 Robot from Lost in Space will be back by popular demand.  Robb Lopaka is a fan from Swanton, OH who enjoys designing props and costumes from numerous Sci-Fi shows and movies. Some of his handiwork will be on display at the festival on April 21!

Guest: The Confused Greenies Patchwork Players

The Confused Greenies began to form in spring 2006, influenced by several earlier Commedia dell'Arte performances in the Society for Creative Anachronism and entertainment for La Dolce Vita's annual Carnevale night at Case Western Reserve University. Beginning as a student group at CWRU, the troupe also soon became affiliated with the local SCA and became the headline entertainment at Carnevale and JapanCASE's twice-yearly Anime Marathon. By 2009, The Confused Greenies performed dozens of times a year and attended conventions and other events often with parody productions. In addition to commedia, they perform stylized Japanese kyōgen, Victorian and steampunk harlequinade, and modern day pieces, such as science-fiction and anime plots, becoming more players of devised and improvisational (dev/improv) than pure commedia. In 2011 the troupe celebrated both its 5th anniversary and its 100th performance.

Patch to Commemorate Festival