“Featuring special guests:
George Takei, Mr. Sulu from Star Trek
Apollo Astronaut, Charlie Duke — the tenth and youngest person to walk on the Moon
Jazz greats Kurt Elling and James Morrison
“Anthony Pratt and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra present The Galaxy’s Greatest Hits! This one night only special event, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, will feature your favorite space classics accompanied by video highlights from across the universe on the big screen. Enjoy popular works from 2001: A Space Odyssey, Star Trek, E.T., Star Wars, plus Mars from Holst The Planets and more.”
For more information, please visit Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s website.
Europe’s official Star Trek Convention! As per usual, this year’s guest list is extensive. This year’s activities include panels, autographs and photo ops, as well as the Star Trek museum, and a board gaming zone. Evening parties on Friday and Saturday night.
For more more information, please visit Destination Star Trek’s website.
William Shatner will be in Ticonderoga for the weekend’s festivities, including photo ops, autographs and a special Treksgiving turkey dinner, followed by karaoke (tickets required).
For more information, please visit the Star Trek Original Series Set Tour’s website.
Thanks to Admiral T’Pan for submitting this event.
“Calling all ships and away missions of the Fleet!
On Oct 7, the original model of the TOS Enterprise will be removed from the lobby of the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum as part of the renovation of the museum. The DC Away team is organizing a decommissioned ceremony. We will on meet Oct 6 at 1:00pm. The ceremony will begin at 2pm.
We are inviting members representing Starfleet ships and away teams in the DC-VA-MD area to join us. And, perhaps the represented ships/away missions will say a few words. Uniforms are optional.”
For more information about the temporary removal, please click here.
Star Trek: Discovery will be hosting a panel with Sonequa Martin-Green, Doug Jones, Mary Wiseman, Anthony Rapp, Wilson Cruz, David Ajala, Alex Kurtzman, Heather Kadin, and Michelle Paradise.
For more information and tickets, please visit the PaleyFest website.
Star Trek will have a presence in the vendors’ hall just as they did in San Diego, and the production teams behind Star Trek: Discovery and Star Trek: Picard will host a panel on the main stage on Saturday afternoon.
For more information, please visit New York Comic Con’s website.
George Takei is giving the Chancellor’s Lecture at Vanderbilt University. Titled “Reflections on Defying the Status Quo in America”, the lecture starts at 6:30pm and will be followed by a moderated question & answer session. Tickets are free and open to the public but spaces are limited.
For more information, visit Vanderbilt’s Chancellor’s Lecture series website.
Prop Store is hosting a live auction in London, full of film props and memorabilia, including Star Trek. Bids may be taken on the phone and online as well as in person, and the event will be livestreamed.
For additional details, visit the event’s web page.
The con will feature special guests, such as Star Trek’s favorite extra and stuntwoman, Tracee Lee Cocco. They’ll also have vendors, artists, kids’ activities and tabletop gaming, and much more.
For more information, please visit Saluki Con’s website.
Features a Sunday appearance by headline guest Chase Masterson. New to the festival (in this it’s eighth year) is a project with the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador to provide sensory accommodations to those with sensory issues, including a sensory room onsite for people who need an escape.
For more information, please visit Atlanti-Con’s website.
This small, local convention suffered a setback this year, as their headline guest, Jonathan Frakes, had to cancel due to professional commitments, but Robert Picardo has stepped in as a last-minute guest. If you’re in the area, please go and support them, and help keep smaller conventions alive!
For more information: http://capercon.ca