The mini con scheduled for January 24th has been postponed. We will announce the new date as soon as it is confirmed.
Visit the costume contest page for more info
As always a portion of each ticket sale will be donated to Drops Of Hope a 501 (c)(3) that benefits underprivileged pediatric cancer patients. This time however we will be using the money collected to purchase gifts for the pediatric cancer patients in our local hospitals. If you would like to bring an unwrapped toy to mini con for our toy drive, $2 will be taken off of the ticket price.
If you would like to bring a toy, please remember these guidelines
- Must be unwrapped
- Must be appropriate for young children
- We will need toys appropriate for both boys and girls
- Please no toy weapons
- Stuffed and plush toys are welcome but will be donated to underprivileged families as they cannot be given to pediatric cancer patients
Did you know that Mini Con is free for
- Broward County Teachers
- First Responders (Police, Fire And Emergency Medical Personnel)
- Active Military
Teachers, first responders and military, will need to show some proof of your position.
Please remember that part of the admission is going to the Drops of Hope Charity, so we urge you to make a donation onsite.
Children 10 and under are also free (with paid adult)
Mini Con is proud to be one of the events chosen to as part of the Broward 100. Broward 100 is a centennial celebration of Broward county. The county is recognizing events that celebrate art and the community. We were fortunate enough to be chosen. Broward County has been our home from the beginning and will remain our home in the future.
Please visit the Broward 100 website for more details.
Mini Con would like to welcome back MomoJinxie cosplay. Let’s all welcome our newest judges Jillian Chiharu cosplay and Invincible Kiwi cosplay. Be sure to check out their facebook pages.