9:00a.m.: JediColeís Morning After (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


ALL-CON's longest running talk show returns! Waking up early on Sunday morning is not easy, just ask JediCole! But if you are over your hang over from Saturday night be sure to show up 9 AM on Sunday for the annual antics!

Cole ''JediCole'' Houston brings aspects of The JediCole Universe Live to the show as well as some new surprises. JediCole's morning after is not so much a panel as just a gathering place for early birds. There will be laughs and fun and if all goes well, maybe even a special guest or two! Plus another episode of ''It Came From the Dollar Store!''

JediCole and friends will be looking for YOU on Sunday morning!


Category: Game Show

 



10:00a.m.: Vulcan Messiah: Spock as a Christ Figure (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 2/3 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


No one intended for Spock's story to be a metaphor for the story of Jesus. No one intended the character of Spock to reflect Christ. Amazingly, though, a surprisingly rich symbolic portrayal of the gospel can be found in Spock, especially in Star Trek II, III, and IV. Yes, even the funny one with the whales! Drawing on three chapters from his book, The Gospel According to Star Trek: The Original Crew, author and speaker Kevin C. Neece shares the incredible imagery upon which he stumbled while researching Star Trek. Spoilers abound, but the discussion will be, well, fascinating!


Speaking: Kevin C. Neece

Category: Discussion Panel

 



10:00a.m.: Special Needs and Service Cosplay (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 4 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Heroic Inner Kids


Cosplay is more special than most people realize. Ever wonder how people are impacted by the special needs community and cosplay interaction in hospitals, homes and more? There is a magic that occurs, a breaking of barriers between people that happens when suddenly all things become possible. All at once kids who can't see become able to see into people's hearts, kids who can't walk can fly and those who are small become larger than life!

It is in those moments when people in costumes become real life heroes. Listen to the stories of what those magical heroes found within themselves as they wore their cosplay and how it changed them forever.


Speaking: Robert Goodrick; Daniel Sanchez; Leah Bocanegra; David Arroyo; Rebecka Hunt

Category: Discussion Panel

 



10:00a.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



10:00a.m.: Pencil Cup (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



10:00a.m.: Screen Time (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


So you think you know movies do you? How about famous or popular movie quotes? Well this is the game show you have been looking for! Or is it?

Screen time is part movie trivia, part movie quotes, and all fun. The big twist is that movie quotes are read without inflection or any attempt to imitate the characters or actors. The bulk of points awarded are for correctly identifying the movie, the actor, and/or the character from a movie quote read by the hosts ''as if your grandma was reading the line with no knowledge of the source''. Contestants gain from one to three points per correct identification with recognizing your favorite quotes out of context being the real challenge. Standard trivia and other components round out the game play.

All quotes for the standard edition of Screen Time are certified family friendly, so you can even bring along the kiddos to watch the fun unfold.

Hosted by: JediCole Houston and Friends
Contestants: Three


Speaking: Leah

Category: Game Show

 



10:00a.m.: Cash 'n Guns (2 hrs.)

Room: GAMING: WATERFORD [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Chronicles GTC (Games, Toys, Comics)


In an abandoned warehouse a gangster band is splitting its loot, but they can't agree on the split! It's time to let the guns talk and soon everyone is aiming at everyone. The richest surviving gangster wins the game!

Ca$h 'n Guns helps you relive the best scenes of your favorite gangster movies. The goal is to have more money than anyone else after eight rounds while still being alive.


Category: Activity

 



10:00a.m.: Candid Celebrity Conversations (45 mins.)

Room: LALIQUE I [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone


Have you been missing the panels by your favorite guest, whether celebrity or industry? This is your opportunty to get your burning questions answered and hear of their very best stories from on and off of the sets they have worked on!


Category: Discussion Panel

 



10:00a.m.: Intro to Steampunk (45 mins.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


A fun and informative overview of the Steampunk genre for the newly intetested or the long time fan. Learn about the various facets of this genre including fashion, literature, music, film, and more. Q and A included.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



11:00a.m.: Cosplay and Your Dog 101 (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 1 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


To help teach people how to do cosplay with their dogs in a positive manner. The purpose of the panel is to let people know that they can do cosplay with their dogs in the proper way to get them used to the costumes. And how to make you and your dog match and look good together.


Speaking: Rachel McDaniel; Ryan Maley

Category: Discussion Panel

 



11:00a.m.: Marvelously Sexy (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 4 [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen


Objectifying the beautiful men of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.


Speaking: Rebecca Thomas

Category: Discussion Panel

 



11:00a.m.: Books and Brews (45 mins.)

Room: COLONNADE A/B [Ballroom Level] Rated: Teen


We'll be talking about our favorite reads and the best brews to drink alongside them. Bring book and drink suggestions and yourself!


Speaking: Jamie Thomas

Category: Discussion Panel

 



11:00a.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



11:00a.m.: Christmas Mugs (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



11:00a.m.: Channel Surfers (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Robo Family


Do you maintain a steady diet of Paunch Burgers and Slurm? Do you know your Walter White from your Orphan Black? If you think you have what it takes to win this fast-paced game show, join us for the ultimate TV showdown (wearing all of Chandler's clothes is strictly optional)!


Category: Game Show

 



11:00a.m.: Drag Beyond RuPaul (45 mins.)

Room: LALIQUE I [Ballroom Level] Rated: Adult


RuPaul's Drag Race has captivated audiences for many seasons, but what is it really like being a drag queen? How about drag kings? Hear from some local drag performers as they answer the questions you've always wanted to ask, talk about the shows they frequently appear in, and maybe give you some pointers on how to get started.


Speaking: Hana Li; Randy D'Hardness; Stefani Mikyles; Kylee Fatale; Ben Dover

Category: Discussion Panel

 



11:00a.m.: 'Video-Rama-Rama'' Fandom Videos from The InterNet (45 mins.)

Room: LALIQUE II [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone


A collection of Fan made and Fandom videos from the InterNet. Little entertaining and other rare video clips. Entertaining videos some made by folks like yourselves.


Speaking: Alan Laska

Category:

 



11:00a.m.: Secrets of the Cosplay Community (45 mins.)

Room: MAIN STAGE: MALACHITE SHOWROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: The East Texas Hive - Wil D'Alien Cosplay


When I first set out to build my suit, there was not a lot of information out there. And only a few others ( 3 at the time ). I did as much research that I could, then asked these few for helpful advice. What I learned was surprising. Secrets! Most cosplay communities are more than willing to help anyone with a question about a build. Not so in the Alien / Predator build groups. This is a very tight group of people. This is my story on how:
#1 Finished my suit
#2 Became a part of this group
#3 How I began helping others
#4 And learned that secrets need to be kept


Speaking: Wilhelm Deinbeck

Category: Discussion Panel

 



11:00a.m.: Texas Steampunk (45 mins.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


An overview of the themes and concepts that make Texas Steampunk unique as well as an overview of the Steampunk groups and events in Texas.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



Noon: Bodysuit Dynamics in Costume Design (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 1 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: JAFantasyArt


Many cosplayers avoid bodysuits because they can be intimidating. This panel will give the audience examples of types of bodysuits, where to get them, and what to use them for. When do you want to use a bodysuit and when donít you? This will give you the answers. We cover costs, how to paint them and attach things to them so they can be used to their full potential in your costume.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



Noon: Queers and Capes: Historical Representation of the LGBT in the Superhero Genre (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 2/3 [Lobby Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: Designs by Talon


LGBT characters in the superhero genre can be charted over just the past forty years. However during that short period of time their presence in the mainstream has vastly expanded-often reflecting the growth of society's attitudes. Presented is a comprehensive overview of how that representation has evolved not only in comics but across multiple media including film, television and literature.


Speaking: Frank Hui; Rick Gonyo

Category: Discussion Panel

 



Noon: Showcase Event: Profile Your Talent (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 4 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: ReelGuru.com; Catrine McGregor; Madalyn VanValkenburgh


''This is not a job interview or audition. The presence of Casting Director Catrine McGregor is neither a guarantee nor a promise of employment. The intent of the class is solely educational. Attending a workshop is not a way to obtain employment as an actor. Such contact as you may have with Casting Director Catrine McGregor at a workshop rarely results in any further contact with that Casting Director or any company affiliated with that Casting Director.''


Category: Discussion Panel

 



Noon: It's Hard Out Here (For an Adult Gamer) (45 mins.)

Room: COLONNADE A/B [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Tandem Canon


Does it seem like gaming and adulting doesn't always mix? Do you struggle with balancing jobs, families, money, sleep, stress, and other responsibilities with quality game time? If so, this panel is definitely for you! From everyday issues to conventions and more, join us as we discuss the pitfalls of being an adult gamer and share our own personal stories on how we manage in an increasingly stressful world.


Speaking: Mia Dallas; Tiffany Ojeda

Category: Discussion Panel

 



Noon: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



Noon: Jingle Bell Reindeer Ornaments (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



Noon: Podcasting Day Camp (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


Do you listen to podcasts? Have you ever said to yourself ''I could do that, and better!''?

Do you listen to podcasts and wonder how and why they do that?

Do you have a curiosity about podcasts but have never listed to one?

Do you want to know what all of these questions are about?

If you answered ''yes'' to any of the above, then you need to attend the first annual Infinicon Podcasting Day Camp! Each day of the convention (yes, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday), the Accidental Podcaster himself, Cole ''JediCole'' Houston, will be your Head Counselor as the moderator for panels on podcasting with some of the most seasoned DFW area podcasters he can find. The mix of Camp Counselors will change daily, as will the variety of topics covered from the bare bones basics to pros and cons of podcasting.

Attend one day or all three and get pick up some insights, skills, and general info on podcasting from how to get started, finding your niche, pre-recorded vs. live podcasting, audio vs. video podcasting, and more. This is a great Day Camp for any podcasting fan or for future and present podcasters. Learn the ropes without having to learn to tie knots in a rattlesnake-free environment that is out of the unpredictable Texas weather!

Free jumbo marshmallow on a stick for all campers, too! (No campfire, though, the hotel kind of frowns on that.)


Category: Discussion Panel

 



Noon: Clank! (2 hrs.)

Room: GAMING: WATERFORD [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Chronicles GTC (Games, Toys, Comics)


Burgle your way to adventure in the deck-building board game Clank! Sneak into an angry dragon's mountain lair to steal precious artifacts. Delve deeper to find more valuable loot. Acquire cards for your deck and watch your thievish abilities grow.

Be quick and be quiet. One false step and CLANK! Each careless sound draws the attention of the dragon, and each artifact stolen increases its rage. You can enjoy your plunder only if you make it out of the depths alive!


Category: Activity

 



Noon: Foam Fabrication Live Tutorials (2 hrs.)

Room: LALIQUE I [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Russ Adams


Russ Adams is an award-winning special effects artist familiar to worldwide audiences for his work on Jim Henson's Creature Shop Challenge, the highly-rated SyFy Channel reality series. Join Russ in person, March 15-18 from 7pm until 9pm Thursday through Saturday and noon until 2pm on Sunday. Russ is performing a live eight-hour tutorial of an actual foam build. This workshop is being offered to the public for $69.95, but is free to attend for everyone with a valid ALL-CON badge.


Category: Workshop

 



Noon: Celebrity Q&A: Christopher R. Mihm (45 mins.)

Room: LALIQUE II [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Christopher R. Mihm





Category: Discussion Panel

 



Noon: Super Hero Sunday (2 hrs.)

Room: MAIN STAGE: MALACHITE SHOWROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Hollywood Matrimony


Are you ready to join the ranks of the super-heroes? Do you have what it takes beyond just a really flashy costume? And what about the villains? What is a super-hero without a worthy adversary? Then you should compete in Super-Hero Sunday! All you need is a costume and a vision!

To be a part of the contest you will need to register at the BDG Studios table and make sure to line up with the other contestants about 10 minutes before show time so everyone will be ready before the audience arrives and the competition begins. Be in costume and in character! You will be asked an array of questions about your qualifications as a hero or villain. BDG Studios will be giving away prizes while supplies last. No stranger to costuming or the stage herself, BDG Studios co-founder Drusilla will be on hand to host the contest along with a panel of judges.


Category: Activity

 



Noon: Artemis Starship Bridge Simulator (1 hrs.)

Room: STARSHIP BRIDGE SIMULATOR: BACCARAT [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Meow About Cosplay and Crafts


Do you have what it takes to defend the sector from hostile enemy fleets? Then join the crew of the USS Artemis!

A Star Trek style game where a team of six take control of the stations of a starship bridge.

Got lightning fast reflexes? Man the Tactical (weapons) station! Is your sense of direction always straight and true? Take the Helm! Are you always the curious one? Take the Science Station, and you're the first to discover everything about the enemy! A born diplomat? We need you on Communications! Or, take the Engineering Station and make sure energy and repair crews go where needed! And last, but certainly not least, every good ship needs a Captain to guide his or her brave crew in the face of overwhelming odds!*

Come join us and boldly go where no one has gone before!

*gamemaster will set game difficulty to ''Only Slightly Overwhelming''.


Speaking: Lee Nader; Mandy Nader

Category: Activity

 



Noon: So you want to start an Airship? (45 mins.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


Steampunk is so much fun many find it to be their geeky calling. But what to do? Become a vendor? Start a club? Host an event? This panel reviews the pros and cons of various ways to take Steampunk to the next level. Q and A encouraged.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



1:00p.m.: Cosbounding 101 (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 2/3 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Elecrobat Cosplay


Closet cosplay and Disneybounding has become increasingly popular. Any character can be transformed into a closet cosplay to reflect the cosplayer's personal style while saving time and money. More recently referred to as Cosbounding, the simplicity of a Cosboud cosplay can actually feel different and a challenge to get started. Electrobat Cosplay will discuss how this style of cosplay has become more popular, the influence of Disneybounding, and how to put together your own Cosbound cosplay.


Speaking: Electrobat Cosplay

Category: Discussion Panel

 



1:00p.m.: Guitar Hero Anime Edition (45 mins.)

Room: COLONNADE A/B [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: RecklessFire


Like Guitar Hero? Are you a Legend of Rock? Be a Legend of Anime Rock! A custom game (based on GH3) with some of the best Anime soundtrack songs, Guitar Hero Anime Edition is an arcade-style panel where players can sign up for their turn to play a song from the game. This is NOT a commercially available game - play it here! (Controllers provided.)


Speaking: Reckless Fire; FountainBlue

Category: Activity

 



1:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



1:00p.m.: Stick Peacock (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



1:00p.m.: Star Trek vs Star Wars (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Hit It and Quiz Its


Throw down your sci-fi nerd knowledge and see who will walk away and say that their fandom is the most powerful in the universe.


Speaking: Blake Martin; Lauren Martin; Brian Chappel; John Robinett; Christine Robinett

Category: Game Show

 



1:00p.m.: Southpaw Regional Wrestling - A Missing Link to the Past (45 mins.)

Room: LALIQUE II [Ballroom Level] Rated: Teen

Produced By: Bastard Club


Jason, Baldwin, and Phil want to take you back to a very special promotion: Southpaw Regional Wrestling. From the dizzying highs of Showdown at the Swamp, to the more dizzying lows of Lethal Leap Year, we will lead you all the way through the only existing footage of SRW that survived the Great Purge. We might even have a surprise appearance by the Sea Creature!


Speaking: Jason Bunch; Sean Baldwin; Phil Banker

Category: Discussion Panel

 



1:00p.m.: Artemis Starship Bridge Simulator (1 hrs.)

Room: STARSHIP BRIDGE SIMULATOR: BACCARAT [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Meow About Cosplay and Crafts


Do you have what it takes to defend the sector from hostile enemy fleets? Then join the crew of the USS Artemis!

A Star Trek style game where a team of six take control of the stations of a starship bridge.

Got lightning fast reflexes? Man the Tactical (weapons) station! Is your sense of direction always straight and true? Take the Helm! Are you always the curious one? Take the Science Station, and you're the first to discover everything about the enemy! A born diplomat? We need you on Communications! Or, take the Engineering Station and make sure energy and repair crews go where needed! And last, but certainly not least, every good ship needs a Captain to guide his or her brave crew in the face of overwhelming odds!*

Come join us and boldly go where no one has gone before!

*gamemaster will set game difficulty to ''Only Slightly Overwhelming''.


Speaking: Lee Nader; Mandy Nader

Category: Activity

 



2:00p.m.: Celebrity Q&A: Land of the Lost (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 2/3 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Wesley Eure; Kathy Coleman; Phillip Paley





Category: Discussion Panel

 



2:00p.m.: Volunteer Appreication Event (2 hrs.)

Room: BEL-AIR 5 / 6 [Lobby Level] Rated: Private Event


A special Thank You celebration reserved exclusively for the Volunteers of ALL-CON 2018.


Category: Activity

 



2:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



2:00p.m.: Craft Room Consolidation (45 mins.)

Room: CRAFT ROOM: MALACHITE BOARDROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone


The ALL-CON Craft and Activity Room offers a creative break from the busy halls, panels, game shows, and performances. At different times though out the day a featured craft or activity is offered in limited quantities to create within the room. (Grab-and-go is not permitted, although completed craft projects are yours to keep.)

Permanent room features always available includes dot-to-dot pages; complex dot-to-dot pages (middle school and up recommended); 5x7 coloring pages; art stencils; texture rubbing plates; pens; markers (permanent and washable); crayons (standard and rubbing); colored pencils; scissors; and snotty glue dots.

Children must be accompanied by parents at all times. Scheduled craft may vary from item(s) pictured here. Every craft has a limted supply and are available on a first-come basis only. SPECIAL: Souvenir DYI Decorator Rubber Duckies are available for purchase from Registration while supplies last.


Category: Activity

 



2:00p.m.: Oooh! Oooh! Oooh! (with Grand Prize Drawing) (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


Just like Thursday's edition, ''the game show where the entire audience are contestants'' boasts over 50 prizes! If you have ever been in the audience of an ALL-CON game show and felt that unbearable urge to yell out the answer that the contestants struggle to conjure up, this is the show for you! The big difference is that after the show, Half-Ass Productions will be drawing for this year's ALL-CON Grand Prize, an Air Hogs Star Wars Star Destroyer Remote Controlled Drone! A $109.00 value!

If you are in the audience, you are part of the show and could win one of the myriad prizes (valued from $1 to $5 for the most part). Be a part of ALL-CON's biggest trivia contest and feel free to yell ''Oooh! Oooh! Oooh!'' when you know the answer! Don't forget to bring all of the Grand Prize tickets you have amassed all day or all weekend to get in on the drawing at the end of the show!

Contestants: Variable


Speaking: Mrs. JediCole

Category: Game Show

 



2:00p.m.: Foam Armor and Prop Q&A (2 hrs.)

Room: LALIQUE I [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Evil Ted Smith


Spending 28 years working in Hollywood, Evil Ted has become a master armor and prop maker. Join him live to ask your questions on building with foam.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



2:00p.m.: Aquatic Stunt Safety (2 hrs.)

Room: MAIN STAGE: MALACHITE SHOWROOM [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: MerFriends


Many convention attendees love characters who are water based and/or make use of weapons such as swords and spears. The MerFriends are professional entertainers who combine their aquatic stunt shows with dramatic sword fights for audiences in a variety of venues. They want cosplayers, gamers, film makers, and everyone else to enjoy their characters fully while remaining safe, especially in and around water.


Speaking: Laura The Mermaid; Merman Lir; Captain Hook; Captain J. Campbell

Category: Performance

 



2:00p.m.: Tea Dueling (2 hrs.)

Room: STEAMPUNK: STEUBEN [Ballroom Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Mad Raven Productions


The Steampunk sport of royalty returns to ALL-CON!! Participate in the most Victorian of contests as the tea and biscuits decide who is a true champion! Prizes provided.


Category: Activity

 



3:00p.m.: Celebrity Q&A: Peter J. Wacks (45 mins.)

Room: BEL-AIR 2/3 [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: Peter J. Wacks


PETER J. WACKS is a bestselling cross-genre writer who has worked in various capacities across the creative fields in gaming, television, film, comics, and most recently writing novels.

ACTING
He began in the creative fields as a child actor & model. Most notable are 'Revenge of the Nerds' (little boy at carnival) and 'Thunder Alley' (gaming kid.)

GAME DESIGN
Peter was the lead designer and storyline writer of Cyberpunk CCG, a consultant for several other games, and both a writer and editor for multiple books in the Savage Worlds; Interface Zero line. After the Cyberpunk CCG project he spent a month in L.A. as a consultant for the T.V. show Alias, helping the studio determine the viability of converting the show into a CCG.

COMICS
Peter's first comic, 'Behind These Eyes', garnered a finalist spot for the Bram Stoker in 2012.

WRITING
At age 6 he began writing short stories, and was first published in high school (1992), a time in which he was also a top ten honorable mention for the NCTE writing award (1993). In the mid 2000's he decided to focus on his original passion, writing stories, once more. His first novel, 'Second Paradigm', was published in 2008. Currently, he has published 5 novels, 4 novellas, and appeared in 19 anthologies.


Category: Discussion Panel

 



3:00p.m.: Photo Scavenger Hunt (45 mins.)

Room: COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION [All Levels] Rated: Everyone


Each day ALL-CON offers a different Photo Scavenger Hunt theme. The daily Hunt List is issued at the Volunteer Desk to participants who register for the scavenger hunt. (Lists for subsequent days are not provided in advance.) When you register for the scavenger hunt will be assigned a tracker ID to tag your photo entries with.

When you submit your photo entries via text from your mobile device, there should be two photos for each entry. The first is the actual entry and the second is the same entry but with you in the picture. For example, if the entry is a flower then the first photo would include the flower and the second photo would be the same flower with you in the shot. Photo entries do not have to be made in the same order they are listed on the Hunt List.

The text message should be your tracker ID, the list item name or number, and description of the subject. For instance, if you are playing an Alphabet List and you are going to sumit a photo of a cosplayer portraying Captain Jack Sparrow for your ''P'' entry, and your tracker ID is SA35 then your text with the photos would read: ''SA35 P Pirate''. (For this example, you could have also chosen ''C'', ''J'', or ''S'' for Captain Jack Sparrow. Legitimate creativity drives the contest.)

During the day entries will be judged and some may be rejected. Common problems include: subject out of focus; subject does not qualify (Pikachu is not a ''Raccoon''); or no second shot received.

Participation awards are given for completed lists, once verified.

Please practice good photo etiquette when taking photographs around the convention.


Category: Activity

 



3:00p.m.: It's a Wrap! (45 mins.)

Room: GAME SHOWS: MAYFAIR [Lobby Level] Rated: Everyone

Produced By: JediCole Universe / Half Ass Productions


So you've had a full weekend at Your Favorite Con. You've attended panels, game shows, dances, costume contests, and gaming events. You've met some great celebrity guests and heard amazing tales in their panels. You've taken in the scope of fandom and have plenty of goodies, photos, and memories. It can't be over, can it?

Why let a good thing come to an end?! After the Grand Prize Drawing (following Sunday's Oooh! Oooh! Oooh!) the best way to unwind and say farewell to ALL-CON 2018 is ''It's a Wrap!'' Well, that's how we feel at ALL-CON Games and Theory. When the last game show has awarded its prizes and a lot of leftover stuff has been given away in raffles, the fun continues as your exhausted Games and Theory crew share the highlights and laughs from four full days of convention wonderment.

This interactive panel has become a favorite end-of-show haunt for many who are looking for a chance to share their own experiences with a casual crowd. Close out the weekend in style with the kids from th Game Shows track and friends!


Speaking: JediCole Houston; Mrs. JediCole

Category: Activity