NYC Away Team Social: Saturday, May 21
The NYC away team and friends are hosting an away team social this Saturday. Meet with Trekkies! Costumes desired, never required! Meet new friends and chat about Trek! The society will be held at McHale’s Bar & Grill in New York City. Participants should be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Visit Eventbrite for details and free registration.
Introduction to the Taylor Family: Saturday, May 21st
The Progressive Harmony School in Bloomington, Indiana will induct Jeri Taylor and her family into their Hall of Honor on Saturday. Taylor continued to write and produce Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, and Traveller, and her siblings attended the school when it was still known as Elm Heights. Kathryn Janeway of future Bloomington is also included as a future alumna. The introduction is public and will also be available as a stream. Visit the Captain Janeway Statue for more information.
Jerry Goldsmith Score Discussion: Saturday, May 21st
There will also be an online discussion of Jerry Goldsmith’s score for this Saturday at 3pm ET Star Trek: The Movie, hosted by the American Society of Music Arrangers and Composers (ASMAC). Registration for the Zoom-based event is free and available on Eventbrite.
Star Trek: The Motion Picture: The Director’s Edition: Sunday, May 22; Monday, May 23; Wednesday May 24th
The Director’s Edition of will be released next Sunday, Monday and Wednesday Star Trek: The Movie might come to a theater near you. This is the first time director Robert Wise’s film will be shown on the big screen in its restored and remastered format with enhanced visual effects. To check availability in your area and to order tickets, visit Fathom Events.
The normal stuff
These are the Twitter watchalongs:
And then there’s star trek: Watch Party, hosted daily and coordinated on Facebook. Every night they watch with the Teleparty browser extension star trek together. To learn more go to star trek: View Party on Facebook.
Speaking of a star trek Watch Party: The iBlind Users Group hosts Trekkie Talk on the first and third Thursday of every month. You are watching an audio descriptive version of a star trek episode and come together virtually to discuss it. To find out how you can get involved, visit ibugtoday.com/trekkie-talk.
But wait, there’s more Watch Parties: Club IDIC hosts a weekly Watch Party and Discussion every Friday at 6:00 PM Alberta Time. The schedule and zoom links are available on the Club IDIC Facebook page.
To Proudly Go, a New York-based non-profit organization, will be the host Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Season 1 viewing parties every Saturday. Meetings begin at 6:00 p.m. ET at the Barracuda Lounge in New York City. Tickets are free and vaccination is required. The sightseeing parties also include star trek Trivia games, specifically star trekThemed drag performances, two-for-one drinks, fab star trek prices and goods. Donations benefit the Pop Culture Hero Coalition. Visit To Proudly Go for more information and ticket reservations.
Virtual Trek Con presents The Main Viewer every Tuesday – a live discussion show on YT with occasional special guests and an open chat geared towards fan interaction.
Disco Does DnD – Livestream DnD game featuring DSC actors on Twitch, every Sunday at 1pm PT/4pm ET.
And finally, there’s the Sid City Social Club, hosted by Star Trek: Deep Space Nine Star Alexander Siddig’s Official Fan Site. They meet twice a month on the first Tuesday and third Friday of each month, with occasional pop-up meetings with Sid as his schedule allows. For more details and how to get involved, visit sidcity.net.
Events compiled by Marina Kravchuk