Checking out the competition is one of the best parts of attending a show. It’s a great opportunity to:
- Discover new techniques and share your own
- Learn historical background on a favorite (or obscure) subject
- Get inspired to go back to the bench and start—or finish—your next masterwork in plastic
Whether or not you attended Noreastcon 2015, take a few minutes now to browse our photo gallery and get inspired.
Check Out the Noreastcon 2015 Photo Gallery
Here’s when you can get in to set up, enter models if you’re competing, check out all the entries, shop for cool stuff, and maybe bask in the limelight of victory.
||Doors open; registration begins, vendors open for business
||Judging begins (room remains open for viewing of entries by all visitors)
|Breakdown of venue to be completed by 5:00 pm
If you’re coming into town Friday night before the show, and need a suggestion for a nearby place to meet up with friends before Noreastcon to get a bite to eat and talk plastic, we think you might want to consider O’Toole’s Restaurant Pub, which is just minutes from the Polish Community Center.
And as an added attraction, it’s right next door to the local HobbyTown which is open till 8:00 pm on Friday.
Pub food, friends, and hobby shops… It doesn’t get much better than that.
There’s no preregistration for the show, but take advantage of downloading the contest entry forms and filling them out ahead of time. They’re available on the Noreastcon 2015 page.
OK, links to PDFs of the rules and categories have been added to the Noreastcon page, but here they are now:
Contest registration and model entry forms won’t be far behind.