Posted by Dustin on May 1, 2008 at 10:32 AM CST
Zach H. writes in with this reminder for Star Wars fans near Philly.

"I didn’t see this posted on the site so figured I’d better send it along. The “Where Science Meets Imagination” exhibit closes this weekend at Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute. To mark the closing, they’re keeping the exhibit open ‘round the clock, starting tomorrow (Friday) morning at 9am and going until Sunday evening. Evidently there will be prizes, quizzo, and a special commemoration event at noon on Sunday on the steps in front of the building. Anyone up for some 3:30am Wookie-gazing should check out: http://www2.fi.edu/."

Thanks for the heads up Zach, we were just discussing this on the team as our own Jovial Jay Shepard is rumored to be attending on May 4th ( how appropriate , May The 4th Be With You! ) so be on the lookout for the human holocron, he should be sportin' a Rebelscum.com badge!
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