37 is now over. These pages exist as a historical record.
Please contact [ar chivist at mnstf dot org] for questions or comments about this site.
Visit the main Minicon
page to find a link to webpages for the next Minicon.
Visit the main Minn-StF page
for info on upcoming Minn-StF events.
you take pictures at Minicon 37? We want your photos for the
37 Snapshot Gallery! Visit the Gallery to see photos
by fellow fen, submit your snapshots to the gallery.
Minicon 37 Post-Mortem was Sunday, April 14th from
1:30 to 3:30 pm at the East Lake Library, 2727 East Lake Street,
follows is the data that was online during Minicon 37:
web team is now (mostly) at Minicon and probably won't be
updating this during the convention. Hope you find this useful,
hope to see many of you at Minicon! Wishing the rest of you
were here. Hope this webpage gives you a taste of what we're
things are in different places than last Minicon: Registration,
Dealer's Room, downstairs smoking consuite are in the same
places as previous years. The Art Show is in the Duluth
Room this year (non-smoking consuite was there last year).
This year the downstairs non-smoking consuite is in Salon
E and the Bridge and the Volunteers table are
also in Salon E. The upstairs consuite is on the 21st
floor (not in the Presidential suite as it was other years).
has posted some snapshots
of the Wednesday Night Work Party at Toad Hall (Geri
PDF version of the Minicon 37 program
is now available online (it's 2.97MB in size).
The parts of the The Minicon 37 Program Book
that are not art,
articles or advertisements credited to specific person or another organization
are by The Minnesota Science Fiction
and licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike
. (This is more permissive than
the copyright statement in the book itself and overrides it.) Otherwise, content is © those people/organizations and reproduced here by permission.
programming schedule grid.
Subject to change. The at-con grid handouts and Bozo Bus
Tribune will have any schedule changes. It's unlikely
that we'll be updating this web version during the con (sorry!).
you need to contact someone about Minicon, be warned that
most department heads are onsite at the con and many of them
will not be reading email this weekend. If you're at the Hilton,
your best bet is to go to the Bridge (Salon E) if you need
to track down a specific committee member (assuming you don't
spy them elsewhere at the con). If you aren't at Minicon,
you might try calling the Hilton and asking to talk to someone
with Minicon or to the Minicon Bridge.
Registration will be located
in the Coat Room on the Third Floor of the Hilton. After hours,
you can register on The Bridge (this year it's located in
the room the hotel calls Salon E, which is also one of the
consuites). The At-the-Door cost for a membership is $70 for
adults, $30 for children 12 and under (babes in arms get in
Setup begins at 9am Friday.
Art Show Hours:
Saturday: 10am-6pm; Art Auction is 8pm-10pm
The Art Show is in the Duluth Room. Artists may check in between
10am and 7pm on Friday.
Artist pickup is from 2pm-4pm Sunday.
hotel's Pool hours will be extended until 2:30am during
Minicon. (Yes really, there is a pool and a hottub, they're
hidden in the "Health Club" on the second floor).
Hilton offers valet parking ($20 per day), hotel guests
can also get a daily pass for the parking ramp with in-out
privileges ($11.75 per day, ask about this when you check
in). There are also other lots and ramps nearby.
time at the Hilton is normally Noon, but has been
extended until 4pm on Sunday and Monday of Minicon.
Wickstrom's directions detailed in How
To Get To Minicon still pretty much apply.
programming at Minicon.
show information, including instructions for artists,
can be found on our new Artwork Entry
Reports: PDF of PR1 | PR2
to everyone who stopped by the Minn-stf/Minicon Parties at
MarsCon, Wiscon, CONvergence, Diversicon, Worldcon, and Capricon!
We had fun and hope that you did, too.
to everyone who was at Minicon
36 for helping to make it such an amazing convention.
You all rock! And thanks to everyone there (and elsewhere)
who has talked to us about Minicon.
on July 3, 2002.
design by Laurel
Krahn, copyright 2001, 2002.