The NJ Con 3 Preliminary Event List has been posted to their website for their event being held in Somerset, NJ , USA on May 13-14.
From their announcement:
Good news from the staff of NJ Con.
We are pleased to announce that our website has been updated with a Preliminary Events Listing. Please visit us at http://njcon.org and take a look. Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
This year we have a diverse series of games to offer, ranging from desperate hand-to-hand combat in long-ago Gaul to futuristic battles on war-torn worlds. Relive the struggles of the Napoleonic era or of the British (mis)adventures in Africa during the rule of Queen Victoria. See if you too can be one of the few survivors from a city overtaken by a horrible zombie infestation, or if you can make it back to the LZ alive for dustoff with the 7th Air Cav.
Do you have what it takes to square off with the Marshall at high noon?
And of course, more WW2 action than you can shake a bangalore torpedo at (not that you would want to).
Just because the PEL is up does not mean that we are done taking game submissions. Games can still be registered at http://njcon.org/eventsubmit.php, and the PEL will be updated accordingly as they are received.
The dates for NJCON3 are May 13-14 2011. The convention site this year is the La Quinta Inn & Suites in Somerset. The address is 60 Cottontail Lane, Somerset, NJ 08873 and the phone number is 1-732-560-9880. Rooms at a special rate are still available if you need them, if you register on or before May 1st under “NJCON3”.
The convention will open at Noon on May 13 (for set up) and gaming by 2:30pm. Friday gaming is until Midnight. Gaming on Saturday, May 14, 2010 will begin at 9:00am with set up beginning at 7:30am. Gaming will go until Midnight unless you desire to play later. COST: $15.00 per person for the weekend.
Flea Market tables are still available, and are an additional $5 per time slot.
Contact us at email@example.com for more information on any of these items.