These are email addresses in "@mnstf.org"; you'll need to put the addresses back together yourself, to protect the people these reach from spammers.
If you need to talk to someone about Minicon, visit the Minicon webpage for Minicon contact information.
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Who Are We?
The Minnesota Science Fiction Society, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the appreciation of science fiction and fantasy literature. Minn-Stf was founded in 1966 and we've been active in the worldwide community of science fiction fandom ever since.
Upcoming Minn-StF Events
If you're new to Minn-StF, you should know that our "meetings"
are actually parties.
Meeting start times are listed as "4pm", although they
nominally start at 2pm, but almost nobody shows up until 4pm.
Check Einblatt! for more details.
The business meeting (5 minutes
of announcements) will typically
be between 5-6pm. We encourage people to bring snacks or drinks to share
at the meetings, but that's not required and hosts will provide some
food and drink. You can find out more
about what happens at our
Saturday, May 6, 4PM MN-stf meeting at Blaisdell Polytechnic, 3721 Blaisdell Avenue South, Minneapolis
Saturday, May 13, 2PM. Minicon 52 Postmortem. Nellie Stone Johnson Room, Sumner Library, 611 Van White Memorial Boulevard, Minneapolis
Saturday, May 20, 4PM MN-stf meeting at Erin McKee & David Wilford's. 549 East 3rd Street, New Richmond, WI.
Advance warning:Saturday, July 15 MN-stf Picnic at Minnehaha Park Picnic Area #2 (click for a map of the park - PNG format).
The current issue of Einblatt! always has a list of events for the current month (even if we fall behind on updating this website). It also includes other events possibly of interest to Minn-StF members. The events from Einblatt! are also posted to a Google Calendar. Short notice events are sometimes posted to the natter email list, the mnstf Livejournal community, or to the Facebook group.
Minn-Stf puts on this annual gathering of fans centered on our love of science fiction, good parties and general silliness every Easter. You can learn more about the convention at its web page.