The Mad Science of the 19th Cent. Soda Fountain

Presented by Jason R. Merrill During this panel, you will be walked through the process of building a steampunk vehicle – from concept to completion. You’ll learn how to break down the various stages of making a vehicle into smaller “parts” and be provided with some of the important considerations to keep in mind. You’ll…

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Open and Scheduled Gaming

Hosted by Darkhold Games There will be six gaming tables with multiple games going on. 11am – Cult of the Deep – Battle for control of rituals and mythical monsters (Min 4 players) 1:00pm – RIfts RPG One Shot – Trouble at the Freak Show – premade characters 1:00pm – Magic the Gathering – Unfinity…

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Victorian Detectives That Aren’t Sherlock

Presented by Sarah Klapper Detective stories were very popular during the Victorian era. While most people may only know of Sherlock Holmes, there was a wide variety of detective stories available to the public. These characters ranged from selfish con artists, intelligent pawn shop owners, and spiritualists. These stories also included much more diverse characters…

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Burlesque 101

Presented by Lux Mayday Lux Mayday “The Vivacious Fox with the Strawberry Locks” gives a brief lecture about the history of burlesque, while encouraging anyone (regardless of gender) through beginner moves in this storied artform, and helping you find your inner legend. +18

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Ghosts, the Victorians and Us

Presented by Leanna Renee Hieber Why are we so drawn to telling ghost stories? Leanna Renee Hieber, Gothic novelist, actress and NYC Ghost Tour Guide, author of the acclaimed and bestselling A HAUNTED HISTORY OF INVISIBLE WOMEN: TRUE STORIES OF AMERICA’S GHOSTS, co-authored by Andrea Janes, leads a lively discussion about the spirit world’s thrall,…

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