THIS WEEK at Seanchai Library

We bring stories of all kinds to life, in Second Life
... and other virtual worlds

Mark Your Calendars:
coming next Sunday, just in time for International Talk Like A Pirate Day!


All stories told in 
open voice, 
all times Pacific Time 

*Sunday, September 11th: 

      ~ 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.  THE HOUND OF THE BASKERVILLES continues, with Corywn, Kayden, John, and Caledonia.  CLICK HERE for slurl

      ~ At 6pm - MAGICLAND STORYTIME "It's a Small World of Folktales"  Caledonia continues her journey around the world through folktales and legends.  CLICK HERE for slurl

*Monday, September 12that 7 pm  John Brunner's THE CRUCIBLE OF TIME  continues with Gyro Muggins.

*Tuesday, September 13that 7 pm  Mordecai Gerstein's THE OLD COUNTRY with Faerie Maven-Pralou.

*Wednesday, September 14that 7 pm -  Laurie R. King's A MONSTROUS REGIMENT OF WOMEN ~ Part 1 continues at Seanchai's Baker Street, currently at the University of Washington iSchool in SL. CLICK HERE for slurl

*Thursday, September 15th, at 7pm - DARK AGNES  De CHASTILLION, SWORD WOMAN  with Shandon Loring (In Second Life and Kitely. Check Kitely event announcements for specific grid location)

As you can see, the Seanchai Library obsession wit Pirate Stories is nothing new.
It signals the official beginning of the most "high traffic" part of the annual storytelling cycle.

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 September- October featured charity is the Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation. Their mission is to raise money and awareness of childhood cancer causes, primarily for research into new treatments and cures, and to encourage and empower others, especially children, to get involved and make a difference for children with cancer.

Have questions? IM or notecard Caledonia Skytower

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