Bring the whole family to our fun-packed Towel Day Party!

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Imagine that you’ve been kidnapped by aliens and taken on an interstellar journey.  What is the single most indispensable item you need to carry?  How would you communicate with so many alien species?  And what exactly is the meaning of life, the universe and everything? The author Douglas Adams (1952-2001) answered these and other questions in his famous sci-fi comedy radio plays, books, and films: “The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy”; “The Restaurant at the End of the Universe”; “Life, the Universe and Everything”; and “So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish”! Towel Day is the international celebration of the author when fans around the world carry a towel in his honour.  Towel Day Website

Here's What's Happening!

“best costume” contest open to everyone!

A contest for “best decorated towel” – with bonus points for incorporating the 
CVAF’s “Paint the Town!” theme and/or our 25th Anniversary in your towel design!

Towel Day Contest Rules

Science Fiction Readings by Elizabeth Lang

Elizabeth Lang is a science-fiction/fantasy writer who isn't afraid of a bit of poetry and some light humour. She does draw the line at romance, unless it's accidental, which does happen occasionally in her novels.


Music by The Marching Martian Marshmellotrons

Formed in 2012 when a group of like-minded Martians decided to subject Earthlings to an invasion via accessible (compared to other bands from Phobos) noise-groove-poem-punk.