And what do we do after we roast the marsh-mellons? I believe it?s what you humans call, a sing-a-long. Grab your sleeping bags, get ready to pitch the tent, start rubbing those sticks together... The first ever, FanForce Camp-Out is in the works. The Toronto Long Line and Young Jedi Niagara, along with Buffalo, Syracuse, Rochester and other NY FanForce chapters are planning on spending an evening round the ol? campfire. But don?t fill up on the Smores, because we?re going to be camping at Six-Flags Darien Lake where there are dozens of rides designed to make you toss your cookies. Roller Coasters. Roller Coasters. Roller Coasters. So a day of rides. An evening of camping. The potential to be the largest SW fan gathering since Celebration. Sound like fun? Yeah. But here?s the catch... We need rides. Drivers and vehicles. We need to reserve in advance ? that means moolah asap. Take care of those two things and we?re on our way to a weekend of fun. So here?s the Plan?. We head down Saturday morning, bright and early. The cost of admission is $50 Cdn. This covers your campsite and unlimited use of the rides at Darien Lake. We spend Saturday at the park, camp overnight and return mid-late afternoon on Sunday. If you have a vehicle and are willing to drive people to the park, then we?re willing to fill your tank. The group will pay for the costs of gas for anyone who chooses to drive at least one other person. Admission to the park is actually on a sliding scale, with the price dropping the more people who go. I?ve set the cost mid-way along the scale but if there is money left over, we will throw that into the group kitty to fund the aforementioned gas costs and future club events. We will need to reserve as quickly in advance as possible. I will handle the booking and put it all on my credit card provided you give me the cash upfront.