THIS WEEK at Seanchai Library

We bring stories of all kinds to life, in Second Life
... and other virtual worlds
All stories told in open voice, 
all times Pacific Time 

*Sunday, August 7th: 
   ~ at 1:30 pm - TEA TIME  at Baker Street - our new series continues at Tea Time's summer digs at the University of Washington iSchool in SL.  HIS LAST BOW  continues with "The Disappearance of Lady Frances Carfax" 
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   ~ at 3 pm - THE STORYTELLERS' SANDBOX at The Firestorm Community Gateway - The world is full of stories, even the virtual world.  The Storytellers' Sandbox makes its showcase debut at the Firestorm Community Gateway, featuring voice performers from all around Second Life to share tales of adventure. 

The first of a series, this session features: Dubhna Rhiadra, John Morland, Eleseren Briana, Bryn Taleweaver, Hanna Hoo, and Shandon Loring, live in voice. CLICK HERE for slurl

*Monday, August 8that 7 pm  Alan Dean Foster's TO THE VANISHING POINT continues with Gyro Muggins

*Tuesday, August 9that 7 pm  Curtiss Anderson's BLUEBERRY SUMMERS: Growing Up at the Lake continues with Kayden Oconnell

*Wednesday, August 10that 7 pm -  WOMEN GOING WILD IN THE OLD WEST with Trolley Trollop

*Thursday, August 11th, 
                          ~ At 7pm - PREVIEW "EXPLORE:  The World of John Steinbeck" with Caledonia Skytower (In SL & Kitely simulcast) Check out the Project Announcement!
                          ~ At 9pm - SEANCHAI LATE NIGHT with Finn Zeddmore

Trolley spins yarns of Wild Women of the Old West
Stories in voice and take place at Seanchai Libray at Bradley University  in Second Life, unless otherwise noted in the listing. Schedule subject to change, because that is just how life is sometimes.  

All sessions at the Seanchai Library (SL) are offered free to all Residents.  Guests at Second Life sessions are welcome to join us in donating to our July-August featured charity is WildAid US. WildAid’s mission is to end the illegal wildlife trade in our lifetimes. They envision a world where people no longer buy wildlife products such as shark fin, elephant ivory and rhino horn. While most wildlife conservation groups focus on protecting animals from poaching, WildAid works to reduce global consumption of wildlife products by persuading consumers and strengthening enforcement.

Have questions? IM or notecard Caledonia Skytower

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