- At our table at Otakuthon. Please let us know so that we know to bring your shirt, and don’t forget to bring your proof of purchase!
- At Club Anime Québec or in downtown Quebec City. Please book an appointment to that effect by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org once social distancing measures are lifted!
- Wash your hands often, for a duration of 20 seconds each time. Singing helps a lot with making sure you respect the duration. We personally recommend Database, the opening to Log Horizon; the part from the first “Database” to “As the madness of the system grows” is the perfect length. Not only will you help prevent the virus from spreading, but you will also be all warmed up for karaoke!
- Leave any “Free hugs” sign at home this year. Hugs may be a great way to share some happiness around, but happiness may not be the only thing you share doing so. Last we heard, smiling is still perfectly safe!
- Sneeze and cough into your elbow. Picture this: your elbow is your shield, and everyone else is Raphtalia. Hopefully your elbow doesn’t make your unreasonably angry at times though.
Is there anything quite as calming as making and drinking tea? Through the tea ceremony, the Association will break away from the usual hustle and bustle of a convention to bring a little peace to our hearts. Come witness this centuries-old rite, which has the power to bring warmth to both body and spirit.
Find Association de Chado Urasenke Tankokai de Québec’s bio in the Guests section.
A staple at Nadeshicon, the OPJV orchestra will be bringing your favourite classics from video games old and new to life! Under the direction of Sébastien Wall-Lacelle, the twenty-odd members of the orchestra are sure to revive many fond memories created in those distant, yet familiar, worlds. You may find their bio in the Guests section.