I wanted to let you all know that there are two charity screening events of the Firefly movie Serenity coming up in June. Proceeds benefit the charity [link=http://www.equalitynow.org/]Equality Now[/link], a group which works to promote gender equality and human rights for women around the world. [link=http://www.silicongulchbrowncoats.org/csts/]South Bay Can't Stop the Serenity Screening[/link] Sunday, June 17 7:30pm Camera 7 Pruneyard 1875 S. Bascom Ave Campbell [link=http://www.silicongulchbrowncoats.org/csts/]tickets[/link]: $10 in advance / $15 at the door [link=http://www.sfcsts2007.com/]San Francisco Can't Stop the Serenity Screening[/link] Saturday, June 23 8:00pm AMC 14 1000 Van Ness Ave San Francisco [link=http://www.sfcsts2007.com/]tickets[/link]: $12 In addition to supporting a very worthwhile charity, both events promise to be a lot of fun, energetic and filled with fans from all over the Bay Area. And hey, it's a chance to see Serenity on the big screen again! Please help pass the word along to friends, family, co-workers, or anyone you think may be interested! On a personal note, I'm helping to organize the south bay event and would really like to see it succeed. So I'd love in particular to see you guys there! The regular Silicon Valley screening advertisement: CAN'T STOP THE SERENITY: Silicon Valley A charity screening of Serenity to benefit Equality Now Sunday, June 17th, 2007 7:30 PM Camera 7 Pruneyard 1875 S. Bascom Ave. Campbell, CA 95008 Advance Tickets ON SALE NOW! [link=http://silicongulchbrowncoats.org/csts]http://silicongulchbrowncoats.org/csts[/link] The bay area's a big place, and there are Browncoats all over. Down here in the south bay--we call it "Silicon Gulch"--we just can't wait for June 23rd to see Serenity on the big screen again, so we've put together our own shindig on the Sunday before. Yes, that's Father's Day. Bring your Dad. He'll love it. Heck, bring the whole family! They'll love it too. Just $10 a head to see a big damn movie and keep a great charity flying: Equality Now, which works to end violence and discrimination against women and girls around the world. What's not to love? $10 in advance, or $15 at the door if you're slow on the draw.