Posts Tagged ‘QC Anime-zing’
Saturday’s Anime Fest info:
Come celebrate the 5th annual “Teen Anime Fest” on Saturday, October 13 from 12:00 – 3:00 p.m. at the Figge Art Museum (225 W 2nd Street.) The Davenport Public Library, Muscatine Public Library, QC Anime-zing, and the Figge Art Museum have teamed up to offer an afternoon of anime and manga in various formats to provide a day of fun and inspiration for area teens. Come dressed as your favorite character and participate in the cosplay contest, attend a Japanese language class, or learn how to draw some of your own manga art! Artists are also encouraged to bring their own artwork to the event so that it can be on display during the festivities. There is a $5 admission fee which includes snacks and drinks.
Saturday’s Quidditch info:
Don’t forget to grab a broomstick and compete with other teens in the Quidditch World Cup at the Davenport Public Library. Saturday, October 13th at 6:00 p.m. at the Eastern Avenue Branch (6000 Eastern Avenue), participating teens (ages 11-18) will be sorted into houses and challenge one another in tournament style matches. This is a once in a lifetime chance to try your hand at the sport made famous in the popular Harry Potter series. Not 11-18 years old? Not a problem; you are invited to join as a spectator.
Harry Potter-themed snacks and beverages will be provided and there will be a costume contest for best hero, villain, and creature. Quidditch play will be held outdoors except in the event of lightning. Equipment and rules will be provided prior to play.
This is event is FREE and all those attending (players and spectators) must register. To register or for more information, call 563-326-7832
Tomorrow night marks the last Anime Club of the season. *supersadface* And we’re hoping you’ll stop by for the party we’re about to throw! *happydanceface*
There will be a couple of special guests, prizes, candy sushi, chopstick tricks, Pocky, ramen, ramen, and more ramen. Nom nom nom…slurp. Show up in your best cosplay gear at the Fairmount St. library from 5:30-7:30 for the ramenlicious fun.
We’ll also have someone on hand from QC Anime-zing to tell you all about how you can save a few dollars by registering early for their next con. Or you can sign up to volunteer and help them out with the event.
Oh, and the next Anime Club meeting will be on the first Tuesday in September, which is not ’til forEVER. See you tomorrow!
from the Quad City Times:
QC Anime-zing will be Friday-Sunday at The Lodge Hotel in Bettendorf.
Convention events will include anime screenings, videogames, board gaming, discussion panels, autograph signings, cosplay competition, a concert and a dance. Attendees also will be able to buy anime merchandise.
Organizers expect an estimated 500-1,000 fans, with roughly one-third of these in costume.
Expected to attend are anime voice actors Johnny Young Bosch and Carrie Savage. Bands scheduled to perform are Eyeshine and The Man Power.
Information, including admission and schedule of events, can be found online at www.qcanimezing.com.
OH MAN OH MAN OH MAN! Have you registered for the QC Anime-zing Event yet?!? It’s just one month away so scrounge up some cash and check out the registration info on their website. REGISTER NOW!
Gobs of the DPL Teens will be there and maybe even a DPL employee or two, but you won’t recognize them. Trust me. Help make the first ever QC Anime Convention an epic event that hopefully turns into an everlasting tradition. Or get eaten by zombies. It’s your choice.
The event takes place June 18-20 at the Lodge Hotel in Bettendorf. There will be awesome guests like Johnny Yong Bosch and his band Eyeshine, Spike Spencer, Robert Axelrod, and The Man Power. Check the QC Anime-zing website for all the details. *more geeking out*
Mindbridge Foundation (the group that puts AnimeIowa together) just announced that their newest con will be in the Quad Cities.
June 18-20, 2010 at the Lodge Hotel in Bettendorf, IA.
THE QUAD CITIES!!!
Bout time, right?!?
For all event details including cost & registration info check out the QC Anime-zing website.
I think that means the Quad Cities just got a little bit cooler.
Now run and tell all your friends.