|Welcome to www.sfsnnj.com, home of the Science Fiction Society of Northern New Jersey where
imagination lives! Always free, always fun!
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Membership in the Science Fiction Society of Northern New Jersey is always free of charge, and there are no dues, duties, or
obligations to our members. All events are completely free and open to the general public thanks to our relationships with
generous host locations. Just show up and have a good time.
(event details listed in alphabetical order, full details on group page)
Lost & Found
The lost, the mysterious, the missing, the hiding....this month we take a look at Lost & Found.
Abandoned colonies - think Roanoke - forgotten worlds, lost worlds and all of the mysteries they hold.
Always free! Always fun!
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|SFSNNJ Upcoming Themes & Events
|SFSNNJ Face the Fiction Events & Guests
February 17, 2019 - Gallery Talk: Memories
of Les Paul with Jim Eigo
1:15pm, Mahwah Museum
April 27, 2019 - Spring Fling Dinner
Peppercorns Restaurant, Park Ridge, NJ
August 19, 2019 - Author Talk w/ Martha
7pm, Oradell Library
September 9, 2019 - Bruce Springsteen and
His Layered Lyrics, A Lecture by Professor
7 pm, Oradell Public Library
December 14, 2019 - Holiday Dinner/Guest
Ted A. Bohus
Brookdale Community Room, Teaneck, NJ
|SFSNNJ Themes for 2019
January - Music in Genre
February - Won't You Be My Neighbor?
March - Caribbean Dreams
April - Scene of the Crime
May - The Spice of Life: India
June - Weird, Weird West
July - Shiver Me Timbers! Pirates!
August - Deep, Dark Magic
September - Getting There is Half the Fun
October - Hello Darkness My Old Friend
November - Strange Politics
December - Holiday Shenanigans
|SFSNNJ Themes for 2020
January - Lost & Found: The lost, the mysterious,
the missing, the hiding....this month we take a look at
Lost & Found. Abandoned colonies - think Roanoke -
forgotten worlds, lost worlds and all of the mysteries
February - China: From Ancient Imperial
China to Modern Middle Kingdom: ancient,
imperial China through today's modern middle
kingdom. The grand, mysterious dynasties of China.
March - Third Times A Charm!: third time's a
charm! Freshman and sophomore efforts can lead to
a great third. Some pretty awesome trilogies are to
be found. We look at those #3 in a series offerings.
April - Paranormal Physicians: we take a look at
the doctors whose patients are missing something...a
heartbeat. Even the undead and supernatural need a
May - Eight (Limbs) is Enough!: we investigate
stories featuring spiders, octopii, and other creatures
with 8 limbs.
June - The Myth-ing Link: Mythology in Genre
Fiction: Greeks, Romans, Norse, old stuff, new stuff,
the possibilities are all over the place. Myths in genre.
|Face the Fiction....TBA soon