The Brewster Kaleidoscope Society Expo has been held every year since 1989 except for 2008, 2009 and 2020 due to COVID-19. The 2020 Expo has been postponed 30th Brewster Kaleidoscope Society Expo to May 19-23 2021 at the Marriott Crabtree in Raleigh NT. Everyone who had registered for the 2020 convention should have received a full refund by now.
In previous years we opened the Expo to members and non-members but we charged the non-members $60 more and gave them a membership. This year we are asking non-members to become members first. Simply push the green “Login/Join” button on the navigation bar. However, for those who are only interested in the showroom, it is open to the public on Saturday and Sunday ($5 admission fee).
This year we are not using EventBright to manage our Expo ticket sales. That means there will be no fees added to the cost of tickets. However, if you wish to purchase extra banquet tickets, or tickets to classes you must first complete your Expo ticket purchase. Links to all of the Expo pages can be found at the bottom of each page
Airport Info: (RDU) Raleigh-Durham International Airport
Several classes will be offered. Once you have purchased an Expo ticket you may purchase a ticket to any classes.
- Scott Cole Kaleidoscope Necklace (Build your own kaleidoscope)
- Jon Green Cadet Dichroic (Build your own kaleidoscope)
- David Kalish “The Hypochondriac” or “The Doctor’s Delight” (Build your own kaleidoscope)
- Steve & Peggy Kittelson “Taking Off with Polarization” (Build your own kaleidoscope)
- Dan Land “Pocket Fireworks” (Build your own kaleidoscope)
- Sue Rioux “Choices” (Build your own kaleidoscope)
- Marc Tickle “Disco Dandelion” (Build your own kaleidoscope)
- Marc Tickle “BKS Hourglass Grande” (Build your own kaleidoscope)
- Marc Tickle “Paradox” (Build your own kaleidoscope)
- Koji Yamami “Star Lion” (Make your own kaleidoscope class)
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