Starbase Indy happens over two of the biggest shopping days of the year; Black Friday and Small Business Saturday. Our attendees look forward to the shopping experience of Starbase Indy as a time and place to get the stuff they want for the holidays - or just for themselves.

Rather than just an afterthought, we’re making the vendor room a highlight of the convention, with a well-curated mix of unique geeky and gift vendors to fill our space. We’re advertising the vendor room more broadly, and offering “Shopping Badges” for people who want to come in just to shop at Starbase Indy. We’re also promoting free Sunday badges for families who are looking for something unique and interesting to do before going back to work and school after Thanksgiving break.

Vendor Hours:
November 23, from 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm
November 24, from 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
November 25, from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

Geeky sewn and crochet items for the whole family; including scarves, burp cloths, and plushies. My products come out of motherhood with a passion for all things geeky, nerdy, and science filled. My crocheting is done in the evenings, during nap times, or while waiting at activities. I sew upstairs right next to the playroom allowing me to multitask working and playing. My goal is to bring a little bit of the geeky into your everyday life.

A collection of jewelry, steampunk creations, wire trees and terrariums by Lacy Renee Allen.

Hand crafted jewelery and crochet items. We also carry a few carefully selected items from wholesalers, and custom items.

Katrina Joyner is a Florida born artist. Her favorite topic is fantasy, but sometimes she will have what she calls a "root moment" in which she will express her Native American (Brotherton tribe) ancestry. She runs the (very) small publishing house, The Writers of the Apocalypse, while dabbling in acting in film, on stage, and of course voice acting. She also can be caught playing the autoharp in the messhall here at Starbase Indy - but because she only knows 4 songs if you ask her to fake it she probably can't.

Troy Maynard is a giant viking, foodie, geeky gamer, father of three, and master of none. Between taking frequent pictures of meals and occasional pillaging (alleged), he writes his thoughts on life from his Mead Hall in the rolling hills of southern Indiana. Ransacking passing ships doesn't pay the bills, so he also works in the software industry, where he gets to use his tantrum-management skills on a daily basis. You can read more of his stories and thoughts on parenting at his blog, and in his book, How to Raise Viking Children and Other Tales of Woe. He also has a recurring column called “My Dad Voice” at Limestone Post Magazine.

Our mission is to sell geeky things to geeks without costing an arm and a leg. We geeks pay enough for our toys as is, so we are offering our customers a quality product at a reasonable price. We sell geeky fun jewelry, posters, vintage trading cards, vintage games, magnets...pretty much anything that appeals to the child in all of us.

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Pickard Enterprises

Mostly Star Trek Collectibles, Action Figures, Star Trek Hallmark Ornaments, Signed pictures and many items that have the word "Star Trek" on them.

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Capt. Kathy's Collectibles

A personal collection of Star Trek collectibles - pins, patches, and miscellaneous items.

If you're looking for awesome treats for your favorite pooch, you have come to the right place! Our treats are made fresh to order, vacuum sealed, and shipped Priority Mail. We also have some cool handmade accessories including charms, toys, pillows, wine glass charms, poo bag holders, and Mia Slings

Once upon a time, there were two sisters. They spent a lot of time together. They made things. They made lots of things. They made so many things that they had to start selling them.

Through a chance encounter with new friends and a burst of enthusiasm on both sides, they decided to sell their things at comic book conventions.

They've never looked back.