Calendar of Events continues to grow


Some great new events are now marked on the Preternatural Post Calendar of Events. You’re going to want to start making your travel plans for the year now if you want to beat the crowds (like this one at last year’s Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle).

Crowds at the 8th Annual Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle. Photograph by Jim Barry.

The 9th Annual Emerald City Comic Con arrives in Seattle, WA on March 4 – 6, 2011.

That same weekend (4 – 6 March, 2011)  filkers and musicians will be heading slightly south to San Francisco, CA for Consonance 2011.

Animation fans bitten by the travel bug won’t want to miss Anima, the 30th edition of the International Animation Film Festival of Brussels, March 3 – 13, 2011.

It’s never too early to inspire creativity in children. A great place to introduce teacups to the preternatural world is at the Fantasy & Fairy Tales in Books and Art event on March 17, 2011 in Ft. Meyers, FL. This is a small free event open to the public.

Germany celebrates the international attraction of filk at DFDF – Das Frühlingsfest der Filksmusik 2011 on May 27 – 29, 2011.

For those who like to plan way ahead, a number of Fall and Winter events have been added. Note to the creative types: Many of these are still accepting submissions so check them out NOW!

Horror movie buffs will want to head south in September when Atlanta, GA hosts the Atlanta Horror Film Festival Sept. 15 -17, 2011 as part of Independent Film Month Atlanta.

Atlanta gives holiday shoppers a gift December 3 & 4, 2011 with Wizard World Atlanta. (James Marsters, Spike from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel is among the guests already announced.)

Buffy and Angel fans in a more of a hurry will want to head to Texas. James Marsters and Mercedes McNab are both announced guests at Wizard World Austin Comic Con on November 11 – 13, 2011.

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