CVI CVI What's Happening

Discussion in 'FanForce: Star Wars Celebrations' started by JediJustin, Aug 24, 2011.

  1. JediJustin Jedi Padawan

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    [link=http://www.starwarscelebration.com/LP/Whats-Happening/]What's Happening[/link]

    Celebration VI will feature new guests, new entertainment, new events, new exclusive collectibles, hours of fun each day, and an array of fan favorites back by popular demand, including:

    The Star Wars Classroom - Learn from the masters in an intimate classroom setting. Celebration V classroom offerings ran the gamut from writing workshops and Star Wars scrapbooking sessions to the art of storytelling with The Clone Wars Supervising Director, Dave Filoni.
    Star Wars Family Room - A place where kids can be kids, and have a great time with their parents working on Star Wars crafts, playing, or just sitting and taking a break.
    Celebration Store - Returning with more creative merchandise, much of which will be exclusive for Celebration shoppers only.
    Speed Dating - We made some real connections, including at least one engagement, at Star Wars Celebration V Speed Dating. This popular social scene is scheduled to return. Look for more details and registration on the Celebration VI website soon.
    Live Entertainment - The Celebration Stage, Digital Stage, Behind-The-Scenes Stage, Fan Stage, and more are planned to return, featuring live entertainment, cast and crew interviews, pop culture stars, and of course passionate Star Wars fans.
    Celebration Experience Exhibit Hall - Star Wars licensees and dealers will feature merchandise that's new and exclusive, plus you'll find a host of photo and interactive experiences.

    Check back in the coming months for updates to this page.
  2. echo-3 Former RSA

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    My 10 year old is really excited about the "Classroom".
  3. hothie Jedi Youngling

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    Jun 12, 2004
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    Be sure to check out the family room as well. I volunteered there at C5, and it was really well done by Kristen Hidalgo. There were numerous things to do for all ages at all times of the day. The coloring/activity pages were so popular that we started with multiple full ream boxes and often had to burn more copies each day.