SUNDAY, September 18th ~ Two Astounding Events You Will Not Want to Miss!

@ 1:30 pm - TEA TIME at Baker Street!
Our series continues at Tea Time's summer digs at the University of Washington iSchool in SL.  THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES continues, with Kayden, John, and Caledonia. 

Barrymore arouses further suspicion when Watson and Sir Henry catch him at night with a candle in an empty room. Barrymore refuses to answer their questions, but Mrs. Barrymore confesses that Selden is her brother, and her husband is signalling that they have left supplies for him. Watson and Sir Henry pursue Selden on the moor, but he eludes them, while Watson notices another man on a nearby tor. After an agreement is reached to allow Selden to flee the country, Barrymore reveals the contents of an incompletely burnt letter asking Sir Charles to be at the gate at the time of his death. It was signed with the initials L.L.

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@3 pm - Storytellers' Sandbox: Pirate Sunday!

 Seanchai Library's Storytellers Sandbox join with Kultivate Magazine in a benefit for Stand Up for Cancer on "Talk Like A Pirate Day" Eve with tales of pirates and brigands on the high seas. Selections will include such classical pirate tales at "Treasure Island" and extend to more contemporary yarns as "Dean Man's Chest." 

Shandon Loring, Bryn Taleweaver, Kayden Oconnell, Caledonia Skytower and Crap Mariner share salty tales, live in voice  

The powerful tunes of guitarist Anek Fuchs will follow at 4:30pm, and all are invited to dance among the swabs and scalliwags at the special "Shipreck Cove" created just for this event.

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