Norwescon 7 Pocket Program

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Title

Norwescon 7 Pocket Program

Subject

Norwescon 7

Description

The pocket program guide for Norwecon 7.

Creator

Michael Brocha

Publisher

Northwest Science Fiction Society (NWSFS)

Date

March 22-25, 1984

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NORWESCON 7 Pocket Program

(Cover art) Copyright 1984 by Don Maitz

March 22-25, 1984
SeaTac Hyatt Hotel

Program Notes

Welcome to NORWESCON, we're glad you're here. In the center of this pocket program, there is the complete schedule which has all the up-to-date program information you will need to decide (or try to decide) what to do. For descriptions of events, check your PROGRAM BOOK.

With all the events at NORWESCON, we're sure you'll enjoy yourself.

INFORMATION TABLE

The Information Table is located in the Phoenix Lobby. There you may ask questions, get information, and sign up for some of the various activities happening at NORWESCON.

NENDELS MOTOR INN

You may notice that the Nendels Motor Inn is listed in your event schedule. That's because Nendels is the home of this years workshop programming.

In the Executive Conference Theatre (ECT Room), artists will demonstrate their various techniques (audiences very welcome). The ECT Room is located just off of the Nendels main lobby.

Room number 126 is the place where our Writers' Workshops are held. This room is one level above the lobby. (Ask hotel desk for directions).

We hope you will attend these NORWESCON events and enjoy the hospitality of NENDELS.

FILLING IN YOUR SPARE TIME

During the few unoccupied hours you may end up with at the con, you might want to come over to the Room 414 and volunteer for a security or gofer shift. This convention only succeeds due to the work of volunteers who donate three or more hours of their time to help make NORWESCON run smoothly.

Volunteering to help at NORWESCON has not been found to cause lung cancer by the Surgeon General and will be appreciated by the Con Committee.

NORWESCON Video Network

Channel 3

THURSDAY

4:00 PM - YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN
5:45 PM - ATTACK OF THE KILLER TOMATOES
7:15 PM - MOONRAKER
9:20 PM - HARDWARE WARS
9:35 PM - THAT'S HOLLYWOOD: SF
10:00 PM- FLASH GORDON
11:50 PM- BLACK HOLE
1:30 AM - ALIEN
3:30 AM - SPECIAL EFFECTS: EMPIRE
4:15 AM - 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY

FRIDAY

6:55 AM - THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
8:30 AM - FORBIDDEN PLANET
10:05 AM- SUPERMAN CARTOONS
10:30 AM- CLASSIC CREATURES: JEDI
11:15 AM- MAKING OF SUPERMAN II
12:00 PM- NEWS
12:05 PM- MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH
2:10 PM - TIME MACHINE
4:00 PM - Art Bozlee on SOVIETS IN SPACE
4:30 PM - THE HOBBIT
6:05 PM - FINAL YAMATO (Japenese with w/translation)
8:45 PM - SUPERMAN III
10:50 PM- CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND
1:00 AM - A BOY & HIS DOG
2:25 AM - THE ROAD WARRIOR
4:00 AM - Master Pervert Theatre/ "Star Virgin"
4:45 AM - LOVE AT FIRST BITE

SATURDAY

6:20 AM - WATERSHIP DOWN
7:55 AM - LOGAN'S RUN
10:00 AM- POPEYE
11:55 AM- NEWS
12:15 PM- MACINTOSH STORY
12:45 PM- NOVA:SPACE COLONIZATION
1:45 PM - BE FOREVER YAMATO (Japenese film w/translation)
4:15 PM - STAR WARS
6:15 PM - DRAGONSLAYER
8:15 PM - INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS
10:00 PM- MASQUERADE, live
12:30 AM- STAR TREK- The Motion Picture
2:45 AM - Master Pervert Theatre/ "Playthings"
4:05 AM - JABBERWOCKY
5:15 AM - ATOR, THE SCREAMING EAGLE

SUNDAY

7:15 AM - STRANGE INVADERS
8:50 AM - HANGAR 18
10:25 AM- WIZARDS
11:45 AM- LOVE AND DEATH
1:20 PM - NEWS
1:30 PM - MY YOUTH IN ARCADIA (Japenese w/subtitles)
3:40 PM - BLADE RUNNER
5:40 PM - SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES
7:20 PM - FINAL COUNTDOWN
9:00 PM - BLUE THUNDER 10:50 PM- TIME BANDITS
12:40 AM- FIREFOX
2:55 AM - OUTLAND
4:45 AM - END OF PROGRAM

Channel 8

THURSDAY

4:30 PM - EXCALIBUR
6:50 PM - MOON ZERO TWO
8:25 PM - CAPRICORN ONE
10:30 PM- SOMETHING WICKED THIS WAY COMES
12:05 AM- FINAL COUNTDOWN
1:50 AM - BLUE THUNDER
3:40 AM - JABBERWOCKY
5:20 AM - ATOR, THE SCREAMING EAGLE

FRIDAY

6:50 AM - STRANGE INVADERS
8:30 AM - THE MAKING OF SUPERMAN
9:20 AM - SUPERMAN II
11:25 AM- PINK PANTHER STRIKES AGAIN
1:00 PM - VALLEY OF THE GWANGI
2:35 PM - DR. WHO- "Pyramids of Mars"
4:15 PM - A BOY & HIS DOG
5:40 PM - THE ROAD WARRIOR
7:15 PM - BLADE RUNNER
9:20 PM - EXCALIBUR
11:40 PM- MOON ZERO TWO
1:15 AM - CAPRICORN ONE
3:20 AM - LATHE OF HEAVEN
5:10 AM - KING KONG

SATURDAY

6:55 AM - SOMEWHERE IN TIME
8:45 AM - FLASH GORDON
10:35 AM- BLACK HOLE
12:10 PM- ALIEN
2:05 PM - SPECIAL EFFECTS: EMPIRE
2:55 PM - STAR TREK II- THE WRATH OF KHAN
4:45 PM - FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
6:55 PM - CAT PEOPLE
8:45 PM - DR. WHO/ "The Invisible Enemy"
10:15 PM- WARGAMES
12:10 AM- CREEPSHOW
2:10 AM - AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON
4:05 AM - SUPERMAN III

SUNDAY

6:10 AM - CONAN: THE BARBARIAN
8:15 AM - ALTERED STATES
9:55 AM - TRON
11:30 AM- QUEST FOR FIRE
1:20 PM - GUNDAM #13 (Japenese Film)
1:40 PM - CLOSE ENCOUNTERS OF THE THIRD KIND
3:50 PM - SILENT RUNNING
5:20 PM - DARK STAR
6:50 PM - THE AVENGERS: The Winged Avenger
7:40 PM - 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
10:20 PM- THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL
11:50 PM- FORBIDDEN PLANET
1:35 AM - A BOY AND HIS DOG
3:12 AM - THE ROAD WARRIOR
4:45 AM - END OF PROGRAM

Channel 10

THURSDAY

5:00 PM - BRAINSTORM
6:45 PM - RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARC
8:40 PM - TWILIGHT ZONE- The Movie
10:20 PM- SWORD AND THE SORCERER
12:00 AM- PRISONER OF THE LOST UNIVERSE
1:15 AM - GALAXY OF TERROR
2:35 AM - SWAMP THING
4:10 AM - THE NUDE BOMB
5:40 AM - DESTINATION MOONBASE ALPHA

FRIDAY

7:15 AM - ROCKETSHIP
8:45 AM - LATHE OF HEAVEN
10:35 AM- KING KONG
12:20 PM- SOMEWHERE IN TIME
2:10 PM - STAR WARS
4:10 PM - DRAGONSLAYER
6:05 PM - INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS
8:05 PM - STAR TREK II- THE WRATH OF KHAN
10:00 PM- FOR YOUR EYES ONLY
12:05 AM- CAT PEOPLE
2:05 AM - ALTERED STATES
3:45 AM - TRON
5:20 AM - QUEST FOR FIRE

SATURDAY

7:10 AM - MAKING OF DARK CRYSTAL
8:10 AM - GUNDAM #7 (Japenese film)
8:30 AM - DR. WHO/ "The Deadly Assasin"
10:00 AM- LORD OF THE RINGS
12:15 PM- METEOR
2:00 PM - TIME BANDITS
3:50 PM - FIREFOX
6:10 PM - OUTLAND
8:00 PM - BRAINSTORM
9:45 PM - RAIDERS OF THE LOST ARC
11:40 PM- TWILIGHT ZONE- The Movie
1:25 AM - SWORD AND THE SORCERER
3:05 AM - PRISONER OF THE LOST UNIVERSE
4:15 AM - GALAXY OF TERROR
5:35 AM - SWAMP THING

SUNDAY

7:10 AM - MAN WHO FELL TO EARTH
9:15 AM - TIME MACHINE
10:00 AM- THE HOBBIT
12:20 PM- V...
3:30 PM - THE DAY AFTER
5:35 PM - WARGAMES
7:25 PM - CREEPSHOW
9:30 PM - AMERICAN WEREWOLF IN LONDON
11:10 PM- THE SHINING
1:30 AM - NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN
3:45 AM - IT CAME FROM HOLLYWOOD
5:10 AM - END OF PROGRAM

OTHER TELEVISION

SATURDAY

1:00 pm - DOCTOR WHO Ch. 12
5:00 pm - THE INVADERS Ch. 11
6:00 pm - STAR TREK Ch. 11
7:00 pm - BUCK ROGERS Ch. 11
7:30 pm - TWILIGHT ZONE Ch. 12

SUNDAY

4:00 pm - TWILIGHT ZONE Ch. 11
5:00 pm - BATTLESTAR GALACTICA Ch. 12
6:00 pm - STAR TREK Ch. 11

Atlanta in ''86!

THE ATLANTA HILTON
1,250 Rooms
45 Function Rooms
Over 100,000 Sq. Ft. of Convention Space.

THE HYATT REGENCY, ATLANTA
1,350 Rooms
29 Function Room
Over 1000,000 Sq. Ft. of Convention Space

ATLANTA MARRIOTT MARQUIS
1,670 Rooms
39 Function Rooms
Over 120,000 Sq. Ft. of Convention Space

FOR THE BEST CONVENTION

NAME THE WORLDCON!

The Atlanta in '86 Bid Committee would like you to help us select a name for a 1986 Atlanta worldcon. The winner will be announced at LACon II, after Atlanta is selected. The prize for the name selected is FREE transportation to the worldcon from anywhere in North America. Deadline for entries is July 31, 1984. In the case of duplicate entries, the person living closest to Atlanta with the earliest postmark will be the winner. Hint: Don’t call it Peachcon.

ATLANTA: CITY OF THE FUTURE

Atlanta has been acclaimed as the best place to live in the United States. It is also a great place to visit. One of the most popular meeting places in the country. Atlanta is also one of the lowest priced.

You can't find an easier place to reach than Atlanta if you come by auto, train or bus. And it’s even easier to reach the world's largest airport. In-town transportation is easy too, by car, taxi, bus or MARTA rapid rail, the newest in the nation.

Atlanta’s many dining establishments range from "down home" to "haute”, and there are a number of restaurants located in especially atmospheric settings such as an authentic antebellum (pre-Civil War) home, a former slave cabin, a Victorian mansion and a converted church. Not only can you dine on cuisines from all over the world, but the region’s own specialities are well worth sampling.

Nearby places you might want to visit induce Stone Mountain Park, Six Flags Over Georgia, Callaway Gardens, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield, the fabulous Fox Theatre, the Gone With The Wind Museum, or even the Big Shanty Museum, home of the steam locomotive "GENERAL”, the star of Buster Keaton’s great silent comedy film.

ATLANTA HAS IT ALL!

THE BEST IN HOTELS

Atlanta has some of the best hotels and convention facilities in the world. And ATLANTA IN '86 has reserved the best of them for the 1986 WorldCon. In fact, we will probably not need all the function space we already have committed to us. The Atlanta Hilton and the Hyatt Regency have over 200,000 square feet of function space and 2600 sleeping rooms. All function space is easily accessible by wheelchair. With the addition of the Atlanta Marriott Marquis, the spectacular total is now over one-third of a million square feet of function space. 4,270 rooms, and over 20 restaurants and lounges. All of this is within a one-half block radius.

Additionally, nearby hotels have offered us over 3,000 rooms ranging in style and luxury from the YMCA (2 blocks away) to the Westin Peachtree Plaza (the world's tallest hotel, 1 block away). Over 200 sleeping rooms in the three main hotels are designed for use by those with physical impairments.

DISCOUNT AIRLINE FARES

For the first time as part of a worldcon bidding package, ATLANTA IN '86 has negotiated an exclusive discount airfare for attendees of the 1986 worldcon in Atlanta. Eastern Airlines has agreed to provide a special 30% discount off regular coach rates. A special 800 number will be provided for reservations. ADDITIONAL benefits under this package are still being arranged.

As a special benefit to our presupporting members, the ATLANTA IN '86 committee will hold a raffle to give FREE AIRLINE TICKETS to the Atlanta Worldcon to some of our presupporters. To be eligible for this drawing, you must be an ATLANTA IN '86 presupporter by August 1, 1984.

OUR COMMITTEE

Come and visit us at our parties at many regional conventions. Look over our bid information, examine our hotels' convention facilities, the city, the committee — all aspects of our bid. Ask questions. Then make your decision: we are confident that you will find ATLANTA the best location for the 1986 worldcon.

The ATLANTA IN '86 committee includes fans with a broad range of talents and years of experience who have worked and run conventions from small regionals to full worldcons. Penny Frierson and Ron Zukowski are co-chairmen. Jim Gilpatrick is vice-chairman, Mike Rogers, treasurer; Don Cook, recording secretary; Avery Davis, corresponding secretary; Chaunticleer, Comptroller. In addition we have Sue Abramovitz, Suellen Brundige, Joe Celko, Maureen Dorris, Meade Frierson III, Gail Higgins, Samanda Jeude, Barbara Merritt, Ken Moore, Bruce Pelz, Elayne Pelz, Sue Phillips, and Joe Siclari.

Associate committee: Gail Bennett, Judy Bemis, Dan Caldwell, Carolyn Coogler, Jeff Copeland, Paul Cordsmeyer, Tom Deitz, Patrick J. Gibbs, Deb Hammer-Johnson, Stuart Herring, Bob Hillis, Irvin Koch, Brad Linaweaver, Frank Love, Dick Lynch, Nicki Lynch, Herb McCaulla, Mary Ann Mueller, Tony Parker, Charlotte Proctor, Linda Riley, Bill Ritch, Liz Schwarzin, Nancy Segar, Larry Smith, Edie Stern, J. Robert Swanson Jr., Dan Taylor, Robert Teague, mike weber, Stephen Whitmore, and Warren Williams.

If you would like more detailed information on the ATLANTA IN '86 bid, send a 37¢ SASE. Better yet, when you have decided that ATLANTA IN '86 is your choice, why not become a presupporting member? Your $5.00 will not only help us throw a better party for you at conventions, but you will also get a subscription to our fanzine, SOUTH ON PEACHTREE (first two issues averaged over 30 pages), and the entire $5 is credited toward your membership when we win. Talk about “your money's worth"!

ATLANTA IN ’86, Suite 1986, 2500 North Atlanta Street, Smyrna, GA 30080

Dealers

1,2 Shadow Star
Bellevue, Wa

3 Ctoega Enterprises, Ltd
New York, NY

4 William T. Trojan
Eugene, Or

5 Houghton Mifflin Co
Boston, Ma

6,7 Basement Books
Martinez, Ca

8 Locus Publications
Oakland, Ca

9 Catch The Light/Greg Anderson
Seattle, Wa

10 R. F. Wald
Portland, Or

11 The Etchery
Auburn, Wa

12,13,14 Second Genesis
Portland, Or

15,16 Future Dreams
Portland, Or

17 Patrick Walker
Lacey, Wa

18 Daryl Murdock Fantasy Art
Kansas City, Mo

19 Sherwood Silkscreen
Seattle, Wa

20 Seattle Scale Model Co
Seattle, Wa

21,22 Quicksilver Fantasies
Post Falls, Id

23 Darrel Anderson
Colorado Springs, Co

24,25 Collectors Unlimited
Bremerton, Wa

26 Chimera Publishing
Cranbury, NJ

27 Don Maitz
Plainville, Ct

28,29 Matrix
Danbury, Ct

30 Zak Pasco (Artist)
Seattle, Wa

31 Sword & Shield
Seattle, Wa

32 Yalean Enterprises
Portland, Or

33 Terra Nova Trading Co
Eugene, Or

34 Tavistock Art - Ariann
Seattle, Wa

35 Robert L. Brown - Bookmonger
Seattle, Wa

36 Cheap Books
Seattle, Wa

37,38 Gary Hill
Seattle, Wa

39 Stuff And Nonsense
Seattle, Wa

40 Pendragon Graphics
Beaverton, Or

41 Larry Jezek
Federal Way, Wa

42 David Killian Books
Tacoma, Wa

43 John Beau Bond
Seattle, Wa

44 Dale Enzenbacher
North Fork, Ca

45 Shamus Books
Seattle, Wa

46 David C. Bray, Bookseller
Seattle, Wa

47,48 Sign Of The Unicorn
San Francisco, Ca

49 Warp Graphics
Poughkeepsie, NY

50 Imagination Unlimited, Ltd./Pawprints
Olympia, Wa

51 Gary Van Court
Seattle, Wa

52,53 Bryan Barrett Books
Hayward, Ca

54 Sam Butler
Portland, Or

55 Moondust & Dragontales
Renton, Wa

56 The Postcard Palace
Bellingham, Wa

57 Bryan Malitz
New York, NY

58 Shakespeare & Martin
Seattle, Wa

Exhibits

Citizens Supporting Space for the Common Man
Seattle, Wa

Dameon Ronald Willich
Seattle, Wa

Dominos Pizza
Burien, Wa

Shadow Fantasy
Seattle, Wa

Hana Kato - Portrait Artist
Seattle, Wa

Thom Walls - Collector of Smiles/Pepper's Astrology
Seattle, Wa

Karen Lee Carmak
Carnation, Wa

STATIC PROGRAMMING

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
Art Show CLOSED Friday, 12 noon - 9 pm Artist Reception, (9 pm - 12 mid) Saturday, 10 am - 10 pm Sunday, 10 am - 12:30 pm Art Auction, (1 pm - 4 pm)
Dealers CLOSED Friday, 11 am - 6 pm Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm Dealers in Phoenix Lobby during AutographParty, (7 pm - 8:30 pm.) Sunday, 10 am - 6 pm
Hospitality Thursday, 5 pm - 3 am NORWESCON PRACTICE PARTY, Thursday evening Friday, 9 am - 3 am OFFICIAL PARTY OF THE 1984 FANNISH OLYMPICS, Friday evening Saturday, 9 am - 3 am SEATTLE IN '81 BIDDING PARTY, Saturday evening Sunday, 9 am - 2 am DEAD SASQUATCH PARTY, Sunday evening
Registration Thursday, 2 pm - 10 pm. Friday, 8 am - 11 pm. Saturday, 8 am - 11 pm. Sunday, 9 am - 2 pm.

Thursday, March 22, 1984

9 am 10 11 noon 1 pm 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 midnight
Phonenix A-B Opening Ceremonies & deCamp Talk
Phoenix C-D Frank the Unicorn ENTERTAINMENTS (Filksinging, SF Charades, Magic) Live Band Dancing 'Local Hero'
Phoenix E Convention Party Etiquette Is Your Neighbor an Alien Pro Wars
Flight Lounge deCamp Radio Interview - KIRO 710 Films: DAMNATION ALLEY CASINO ROYALE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE STEPFORD WIVES
Gaming Board INTRO TO ILLUMINATI INTRO TO STAR TREK TOLW FRACTURED LIMB BEAST MEN AND GODS (Intro game)
Gaming Cascade Role Master Game Champions the Game STAFF MEETING
Gaming Ranier OPEN GAMING (If needed)
Gaming 106 INVITATIONAL GAMING
Other programs STAR PARTY (If clear) (poolside)

Friday, March 23, 1984

9 am 10 11 noon 1 pm 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 midnight
Phonenix A-B The P.P. Show Exotic Modes of Transport Splash/Star-fighter/Iceman Previews The Capture Other Universes Elfquest Space Telescope NORWESCONe Ice Cream Social and Stardance
Phoenix C-D SF I Grew Up With Mama Raised an SF Pro? Global Warming Trends New Fantasy That Works Seattle in 2020 Creating Consistent Cultures Robert Howard, Conan & Us Conan II Preview Judy Scott Show Soviets in Space
Phoenix E Art Censorship Comics History Life Extension Techniques SF Playwriting My Prized Collectables Best Novels '83 Bat Durston in Space Authors, Artists, Editors/Antagonisms Mundanophobia V. Poyser Art Slides
Flight Lounge Films: CASINO ROYALE Are there Still Writers Workshops SF Films & Their Books Writing Film Art Economics 21st Cen. Cultural Dominance Trivia Prelims Film Composers Cartoonist Jam Film: HORROR OF PARTY BEACH Sex Toy Party (Must be 18) Orgy in 500 Wing, Rm. 569
Continental Aikido Demo Schlich Ing S. Barnes Salmonson Horseclan Society Mtg Favorite Five SF Novels Worst SF (w/readings) Early Autographs PLAIN WEIRDNESS TALK SHOW
Randall ? A. Barnes Mcintyre Adams
Nendels Motor Inn ECT Randy Hoar-Airbrush Maitz Faces Class Swenston-Feathering Steve Gallacci-Beasties Free-Multi Media Art
Directors - Fan Room OPEN Basics of Fanzines FAN PARTY
Conf. A - Activity Costume Gallery
Conf. B - Computers OPEN Demo/Osborne Demo-COMMODORE
International Soviets in Space (Discussion Cont.)
Gaming Board TOLW EXP PLAYERS (6-10 players) INTRO TO TOLW. CANTON DUCHESS BEHIND ENEMY LINES, WWII strategy INTRO ROLE MASTER OPEN BOARD GAMING INTRO CALL OF CTHULU ADVANCED D & D TOURNAMENT OPEN GAMING
Gaming Cascade TOLW AND THE GAMES MASTER CALL OF CTHULU, LOVECRAFT ANIMATE YOUR FIGURES BEAST MEN AND GODS
Gaming Rainier INTRO TO D & D INTRO TO ILLUMINATI SPONSORED BY DRAGONFLIGHT AND OMNACON II
Gaming 106 TOURNAMENT SET-UP INVITATIONAL GAMES TOURNAMENT SCORING
Other programs Room #489 deCamp Autograph STAR GAZING (if clear) (poolside)

Saturday, March 24, 1984

9 am 10 11 noon 1 pm 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 midnight
Phonenix A-B Supergirl Greystoke Previews Writers Tips & Hints Dune Preview Myth Adventures Present at Creation Who's on First in Publishing Space Station Preview STAR TREK III Preview INDY II Preview MEET-THE-PROS AUTOGRAPH PARTY MASQUERADE & ENTERTAINMENTS FILM: Texas Chainsaw Massacre
Phoenix C-D Darwin & Dragons Ecotopia and Global Famine Future Medicine Phil Dick Cultdom Nuclear Winter/Mass Extinctions Maitz Interview Call of Cthulu, Lovecraft Revisited
Phoenix E Poetry & SF The Factions of Fandom Phantom Computer Invaders Why A Series? Kirk/Spock Fan Fiction Philosophy & SF TAFF-DUFF Auction Filksinging
Flight Lounge Film: DAMNATION ALLEY Trivia Prelims Film Retrospective Star Wars Fan Club Film Tales Amateur Film Contest Trivia Semi Finals FILM: Casino Royale FILMMAKERS DISCUSSION HOUR FILM: Stepford Wives
Continental Dr. Who Appreciation Harper Brin Hitchhikr Guild Meeting Taylor Bieler Post Speer Interview Computer Networking Robotics Talk & Demo Self-Publishing Horror Stories Dismembered Salmonson Ghost Story Reading Mason Harris reads Lovecraft
Hilliard Elfquest Meeting
Nendels Motor Inn ECT Reeder-Monster Making Dharmic Engineering
Nendels Motor Inn 126 WRITERS' WORKSHOP (A) WRITERS' WORKSHOP (B) POETRY WORKSHOP
Directors - Fan Room OPEN Willis Wasn't Ghod How to Run a Con
Conf. A - Activity Costume Gallery Barbarians in History Makeup Demo MASQUERADE OFFICE Grayhaven Bardic Circle (Raven Style w/breaks)
Conf. B - Computers OPEN Demo-COMPAQ Demo-McIntosh Discussion WORD PROC Demo-McIntosh
International Childrens T.V. on Video Games Childrens Science Art For Kids Music Childrens Science
Gaming Board OPEN BOARD GAMES INTRO CHAMPIONS GAME ADVANCED D & D TOURNAMENT EXP. TOLW GAME INTRO TO AD & D (2 PM seminar req.) A D & D (1st-5th level char) CROSS BOWS & CATAPULTS
Gaming Cascade Rune Quest Intro Bushido Intro/Backgrnd. Fantasy Role Game World Creation Sex and the role Playing Character Chilvalry and Sorcery How to Role D&D Chars. DRAGON QUEST (Intro game)
Gaming Rainier ADVANCED D & D TOURNY DRAGONFLIGHT, CALL OF CTHULU TOURNAMENT
Gaming 106 GAME MASTER SET UP INVITATIONAL GAMING SCORING and GM SET-UP INVITATIONAL GAMING TOURNAMENT SCORING
Other programs Telescope Evening (If clear) (poolside)

Sunday, March 25, 1984

9 am 10 11 noon 1 pm 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 midnight
Phonenix A-B BANQUET, SPEECHES & Phillip K. Dick Memorial Award Space War Tactics SF Critics, Benefit or Bane Maitz Slide Show Future Crime & Punishment Borderline SF Closing Ceremonies & Hypnotist Show SPRING RITES Dead Sasquatch Ceremony
Phoenix C-D ART AUCTION Computer Pre-History FANNISH OLYMPICS DEMONSTRATION FAIR Dance: BIGFOOT BOP taped music
Phoenix E Comic Collecting Intergalactic Message Lag Trivia Bowl Finals Sources of Arthurian Legends Mind Control SF Writers Don't Know Science
Flight Lounge FILM: Damnation Alley Film Shorts AMATEUR FILM CONTEST FILM TALK & FILM "Horror of Party Beach" Caring For Your Art Fannish Musical Tastes Brain Enhancements FILM: Texas Chainsaw Massacre FILM: Casino Royale
Continental Comedy Improvisational Class Your Own Writers' Workshop J. Ray Detling Phyllis Ann Karr ? Space Lottery Stardrive Technology
Nendels Motor Inn 126 WRITERS' WORKSHOP (C) WRITERS' WORKSHOP (D)
Directors - Fan Room OPEN Media Fanzines What it's Like Out There Phil Dick Tapes & Discussion
Conf. A - Activity Costume Discussion Hack -n- Bash Weapons MASQUERADE WINNERS COSTUMES
Conf. B - Computers OPEN
International Childrens TV Video CHILDREN SCIENCE Art For Kids SF Story Telling CHILDREN SCIENCE Role Games
Gaming Board OPEN GAMING PERILOUS ENCOUNTERS (unlimited players) STAR WARS TOLW (original chars) Metamorphisis Alpha (Reg. attend. Prior sem.)
Gaming Cascade TOLW Intro Talk Metamor. Alpha/how role char Gaming from Auth Perspect.
Gaming Rainier set-up TRAVELLER TOURNAMENT ILLUMINATTI TOURNAMENT
Gaming 106 GM Set Up INVITATIONAL GAMING TOURNAMENT SCORING
Other programs NORWESCON/SCA FIGHTER TOURNAMENT (poolside)

Autographs

(Artwork) Copyright 1984 by George Barr

(Artwork) Copyright 1984 by Paul Alexander

Collection

Citation

Michael Brocha, “Norwescon 7 Pocket Program,” Norwescon History, accessed February 22, 2024, https://history.norwescon.org/items/show/558.

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