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.
Here are some images, sent in by a few of our vendors, of items you can expect to see in our vendor area.
Part of our children’s craft area will include a chance to make your own costume. We will then judge and have them up for the Mini Mini costume contest. We have some awesome prizes for the winners.
The Mini Mini Costume contest will be split into three age groups
The winners will be announced right after the craft area closes at 3pm.
Mini Con staff will be collecting donations in the childrens area for Drops of Hope Inc. Drops of hope is a 501(c)(3) that creates fantasy room makeovers for underprivileged pediatric cancer patients.
Costuming for Charity
Cosplayer Rick Stafford will be discussing cosplaying for charity as well as screening “Heart of an Empire”. “Heart Of An Empire” is a documentary about the global Star Wars fan group and Stormtrooper costume enthusiasts known as the “501st”. The movie also documents Rick’s son and his love for Star Wars as well as his battle against Leukemia. Please take a second to read Rick’s bio below and definitely take to the time to see this panel.
Sit with Alychu and discuss the importance of body acceptance in the cosplay community.
Listen as Aly and others talk about their stories and share your experience.
Presented by Steven Foster and Photographic Resource Center of South Florida