WEDNESDAY, August 4th at 7:00pm: CREATURES OF LIGHT AND DARKNESS

Two gods, two houses, one quest and the eternal war between life and death. To save his kingdom, Anubis, Lord of the Dead, sends forth his servant on a mission of vengeance. At the same time, from The House of Life, Osiris sends forth his son, Horus, on the same mission to destroy utterly & forever The Prince Who Was a Thousand.

But neither of these superhuman warriors is prepared for the strange & harrowing world of mortal life. The Thing That Cries in the Night may well destroy not only their worlds, but all humankind.

Corwyn Allen presents another fantasy by master author Roger Zelazny, live on stream.

TUESDAY - Two Sessions: Music, Stories, and a return to Earthsea

 

@ NOON: RUSSELL EPONYM, Live in The Glen!

Join us for Russell's popular weekly performance in our beautiful Glen for an hour of 100% live and unplugged acoustic music and spoken word.  Russell will be presenting original and traditional songs, instrumental pieces and covers, together with some selected poems. Folk Baroque and Beyond. Presented on Stream.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nowhereville/197/131/21


@ 7PM: DRAGONFLY with Willow Moonfire

Willow takes us aback to Ursula Le Guin's Earthsea canon for a selected tale. 

"The fashion of the time among the nobility was to have a wizard in their service, a genuine wizard with a staff and a grey cloak, trained on the Isle of the Wise; and so the Master of Iria of Westpool got himself a wizard from Roke. He was surprised how easy it was to get one, if you paid the price."

Presented on Stream.

MONDAY August 2nd at 7pm: GOLIATH

  

by Scott Westerfield -
GOLIATH
 (book 3 of the Leviathan trilogy)
 
Nicola Tesla unleashes his technology in an effort to bring an end to the war.


PRESENTED IN LIVING VOICE BY GYRO MUGGINS
at SEANCHAI LIBRARY in SECOND LIFE
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nowhereville/204/44/27

SUNDAY, August 1st at 1:30pm: "TEA TIME at The Movies" Continues


TEATIME at The Movies 
continues today, our fun summer series were we read from the Lux Radio library, adapting great films of the 20th C

TODAY: The Maltese Falcon 

"Spade has no original. He is a dream man in the sense that he is what most of the private detectives I worked with would like to have been, and, in their cockier moments, thought they approached."     ~ Dashiell Hammett

The Maltese Falcon is a 1941 American film noir written and directed by John Huston in his directorial debut, based on the 1930 novel of the same name by Dashiell Hammett, and indebted to the 1931 movie of the same name. The story follows a San Francisco private detective and his dealings with three unscrupulous adventurers, all of whom are competing to obtain a jewel-encrusted falcon statuette.

CAST:

  • Announcer – Elrik Merlin
  • Samuel Spade – Kayden Oconnell
  • Effie Perine – Gloriana Maertens
  • Lieutenant Dundy - Da5id Abbot
  • Detective Tom Polhaus – Corwyn Allen
  • Miles Archer – Corwyn Allen
  • Ruth Wonderly/Brigid O'Shaughnessy – Caledonia Skytower
  • Kasper Gutman – Corwyn Allen
  • Joel Cairo – Da5id Abbot
  • Wilmer Cook – Da5id Abbot
  • District Attorney Bryan – Corwyn Allen
  • Captain Jacoby – Corwyn Allen

Script and sound preparation by Corwyn Allen. Sound effects and technical support by Elrik Merlin.

Join our cast of readers for a backyard festival of radio drama versions of some of the finest and most beloved films of the golden age of 20th C cinema. Popcorn provided.  Presented live, on Stream.

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TWO MORE Episodes left in this series. Next week, The 39 Steps.


THIS WEEK at Seanchai Libraries

  We bring stories of all kinds to life, in Second Life

... and other virtual worlds

CELEBRATING GREAT STORIES SINCE 2008!

_____________________________________ 


All times slt/Pacific Time.
Story events in Voice unless otherwise noted.

The Seanchai Library is located at 
*****
*SUNDAY, August 1st ,  at 1:30pm: TEATIME at The Movies: "The Maltese Falmcon."  Join Corwyn Allen, Gloriana Maertens, Caledonia Skytower, Kayden Oconnell, Da5id Abbot,  & Elrik Merlin for a backyard festival of radio drama versions of some of the finest and well beloved films of the golden age of 20th C cinema. Popcorn provided. .


*MONDAY, August 2nd,  at 7pmScott Westerfield's GOLIATH begins with Gyro Muggins.

*TUESDAY, August 3rd 
Both sessions today, in The Glen 

   ~ at NoonRUSSELL EPONYM, Live! with music, and poetry in Ceiluradh Glen, live on stream.   

   ~ at 7pm: Ursula K. LeGuin's DRAGONFLY with Willow Moonfire. 

*WEDNESDAY, August 4th at 7pm: Roger Zelazny's CREATURES OF LIGHT & DARKNESS continues with Caledonia, live on stream.   


*THURSDAY, August 5th, at 7pmGALAXY QUEST, Part 1  with Shandon Loring.

*FRIDAY, August 6th at 2:30pm: Terry Pratchett's UNSEEN ACADEMICALS 
continues with Caledonia Skytower at the Seanchai lanai-firecircle (90 minutes).


All sessions held at the Seanchai Library in Second Life unless otherwise indicated. Schedule subject to change, because that is just how life rolls sometimes.  
            ________________________________________________________________
All sessions at the Seanchai Library are offered free to all Residents.  Have questions? Send a notecard to Caledonia Skytower

FRIDAY, July 30th at 2:30pm: UNSEEN ACADEMICALS Continues


Join Caledonia Skytower as she continues the 37th novel in the Discworld series, and possibly one of its greatest satirical undertakings encompassing football, academia, traditions, the fashion industry, politics, love, fandom, and which mixes in more serious themes of identity, crab mentality and self-worth.

Presented in honor of the late VT Torvalar.

THURSDAY, July 29th: Two Evening Sessions

@ 7pm - WE CONTINUE   from "The Book of Dragons" Anthology

Here there be dragons . . .

From China to Europe, Africa to North America, dragons have long captured our imagination in myth and legend. Whether they are rampaging beasts awaiting a brave hero to slay or benevolent sages who have much to teach humanity, dragons are intrinsically connected to stories of creation, adventure, and struggle beloved for generations.

Finn Zeddmore takes the story floor with this tale bAnn Leckie and Rachel Swirsky

@ 9pm - SEANCHAI LATE NIGHT.  Finn continues with late night contemporary sci-fi-fantasy from online sources such as Espace Pod, Light Speed, and Clarkesworld.

WEDNESDAY, July 28th at 7pm: DEFENCE AGAINST THE DARK ARTS Greatest Hits


Defence Against the Dark Arts (abbreviated as DADA) was a subject taught at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and Ilvermorny School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. In this class, students studied and learnt how to defend themselves against all aspects of the Dark Arts, including dark creatures, curses, hexes and jinxes (dark charms), and dueling.

The class was a core subject at Hogwarts. The position of Defence Against the Dark Arts professor at the school was once rumored to be jinxed, as no teacher could hold the post for more than a year without suffering an unpleasant fate. Tom Riddle jinxed the position because Albus Dumbledore did not give him the job when he applied for it. The fact that no teacher has lasted longer than a year meant that the subject had numerous Professors over the years.

From Gilderoy  Lockheart to Madeye Moody, and sommat in between with Caledonia, live on stream. (90 minutes)

TUESDAY, July 27th at 7pm: Hogwarts - An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide

 

Cale got a little distracted by the Mirror of Eridsed last week (as so many have before her) so this week she will deliver the backstories of many of the Hogwarts faculty, as previously promised.

How well do you REALLY know the Faculty at Hogwarts?

Cale reads a selection from short stories written by J.K. Rowling for her many fans at pottermore.com, including from Hogwarts An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide. Lupin, Trewlawney . . . learn more, tonight.

presented live on Stream.

MONDAY July 26th at 7pm: THE WEIGHER

by Eric Vinicoff & Marcia Martin -
THE WEIGHER 

A small town judge finds her world turned upside down by 
a pair of (human) aliens and their suggestions for improving local society.

PRESENTED IN LIVING VOICE BY GYRO MUGGINS
at SEANCHAI LIBRARY in SECOND LIFE

SUNDAY, July 25th at 1:30pm: "TEA TIME at The Movies" Continues


TEATIME at The Movies
continues today, our fun summer series  were we read from the library of Lux Radio adaptations of great films of the 20th C

TODAY: The Philadelphia Story  (Note: Today's session will last approximately 1:20)

The Philadelphia Story is a 1940 American romantic comedy film directed by George Cukor, starring Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, James Stewart, and Ruth Hussey. Based on the 1939 Broadway play of the same name by Philip Barry, the film is about a socialite whose wedding plans are complicated by the simultaneous arrival of her ex-husband and a tabloid magazine journalist. The socialite character of the play—performed by Hepburn in the film—was inspired by Helen Hope Montgomery Scott (1904–1995), a Philadelphia socialite known for her hijinks, who married a friend of playwright Barry.

Nominated for six Academy Awards, the film won two: James Stewart for Best Actor, and Donald Ogden Stewart for Best Adapted Screenplay. MGM remade the film in 1956 as a musical, retitled High Society, starring Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, and Frank Sinatra.

The Philadelphia Story was produced by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, and was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry in 1995.

Join Corwyn Allen, Gloriana Maertens, Caledonia Skytower, Kayden Oconnell, Da5id Abbott & Elrik Merlin for a backyard festival of radio drama versions of some of the finest and most beloved films of the golden age of 20th C cinema. Popcorn provided.

Presented live, on Stream.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nowhereville/204/44/2603

THIS WEEK at Seanchai Libraries

  We bring stories of all kinds to life, in Second Life

... and other virtual worlds

CELEBRATING GREAT STORIES SINCE 2008!

_____________________________________ 


All times slt/Pacific Time.
Story events in Voice unless otherwise noted.

The Seanchai Library is located at 
*****
*SATURDAY, July 24th , at 1pm: Caledonia shares SEANCHAI 101: Story Presentation Tips & Tricks at the SLEA Literature Corner.  http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/SLEA7/143/207/23

*SUNDAY, July 25th ,  at 1:30pm: TEATIME at The Movies: "The Philadelphia Story."  Join Corwyn Allen, Gloriana Maertens, Caledonia Skytower, Da5id  Abbott, Kayden Oconnell & Elrik Merlin for a backyard festival of radio drama versions of some of the finest and well beloved films of the golden age of 20th C cinema. Popcorn provided. .


*MONDAY, July 26th ,  at 7pmEric Vinicoff & Marcia Martin's WEIGHER continues with Gyro Muggins.

*TUESDAY, July 27th at 7pm: HOGWARTS: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide continues with Caledonia, live on stream. (Cale got a little distracted by the Mirror of Eridsed last week, so this week she will deliver the backstories of many of the Hogwarts faculty, as previously promised)

*WEDNESDAY, July 28th at 7pm: DEFENSE AGAINST THE DARK ARTS Greatest Hits. From Gilderoy  Lockheart to Madeye Moody, and sommat in between with Caledonia, live on stream.   

*THURSDAY, July 29th, 

   ~ at 7pm: WE CONTINUE from "The Book of Dragons."  Finn Zeddmore takes the story floor with this tale bAnn Leckie and Rachel Swirsky

   ~ at 9pm: SEANCHAI LATE NIGHT.  Finn continues with late night contemporary sci-fi-fantasy from online sources such as Espace Pod, Light Speed, and Clarkesworld.

*FRIDAY, July 30th at 2:30pm: 
Terry Pratchett's UNSEEN ACADEMICALS 
continues with Caledonia Skytower at the Seanchai lanai-firecircle (90 minutes).

All sessions held at the Seanchai Library in Second Life unless otherwise indicated. Schedule subject to change, because that is just how life rolls sometimes.  
            ________________________________________________________________
All sessions at the Seanchai Library are offered free to all Residents.  Have questions? Send a notecard to Caledonia Skytower

FRIDAY, July 23rd at 2:30pm: UNSEEN ACADEMICALS Continues

 

Archchancellor Mustrum Ridcully sets out a two-pronged strategy: to ensure the city’s version of football is restructured with proper (and favourable?) rules, and to put team preparations at the university in the hands of the talented candle dribbler, Mr. Nutt and his assistant, Trevor Likely, the son of the city’s most famous (if deceased – did I mention the game can be violent?) player, who are in turn supported by Glenda Sugarbean, who runs the university’s night kitchen and her assistant Juliet Stollop.

Except Mr. Nutt soon discovers he has problems of his own to deal with, and Trevor has promised his Mum he’ll never get involved in the game.  Meanwhile, Glenda has the daily responsibility of baking the Discworld’s best pies, and Juliet is about to find herself whisked towards the heights of fame as a fashion model, thus potentially leaving the team a little short on practical advice…

Join Caledonia Skytower as she continues the 37th novel in the Discworld series, and possibly one of its greatest satirical undertakings encompassing football, academia, traditions, the fashion industry, politics, love, fandom, and which mixes in more serious themes of identity, crab mentality and self-worth.

Presented in honor of the late VT Torvalar.

THURSDAY, July 22nd at 7pm: SUMMER POETRY PICNIC IN THE GLEN


Relax with Summer Poems in The Glen.  The Seanchai Staff is celebrating the delights of summer with a picnic in the Glen and a rousing round of poems for the sublime summer months, and maybe a dance or two! Potato Salad, optional

Live in Voice.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nowhereville/197/131/21

WEDNESDAY, July 21st at 7pm: HOGWARTS - An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide


How well do you REALLY know the Faculty at Hogwarts?

Cale reads a selection from short stories written by J.K. Rowling for her many fans at pottermore.com, including from Hogwarts An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide. McGonagall, Lupin, Trewlawney . . . learn more, tonight.

presented live on Stream.

COMING SATURDAY: Seanchai 101 @ the SLEA


Seanchai 101: Story Presentation Tips & Tricks

Saturday, July 24th at 1pm slt on SLEA 7

You've heard them, haven't you? People who read like they are reciting a very boring shopping list, and those who can engage your imagination no matter what they read.

Seanchai Library's Caledonia Skytower offers a workshop for anyone who wants to work on their out-loud reading skills. Cale will demo a few pieces and then explain how she looks at the text and what she looks for: character, emotion, pace, action, tone, energy.  She'll also share "Cale's Rules for Readers." 

If you want to try your reading chops, bring something short to read (200 words or less) of anything - poetry/poems. Presented in voice - please have that enabled in your viewer in advance.

Presented in partnership with the Second Life Endowment for the Arts on SLEA 7 in the Willow Bay Literature Park.  http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/SLEA7/143/207/23



TUESDAY, July 20th at Noon: RUSSELL EPONYM, Live in The Glen!

 

@ NOON, RUSSELL EPONYM, Live in The Glen!

Join us for Russell's popular weekly performance at our beautiful outdoor gathering space for an hour of 100% live and unplugged acoustic music and spoken word.  Russell will be presenting original and traditional songs, instrumental pieces and covers, together with some selected poems. Folk Baroque and Beyond. Presented on Stream.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nowhereville/197/131/21

MONDAY July 19th at 7pm: THE WEIGHER

 

by Eric Vinicoff & Marcia Martin -
THE WEIGHER 

A small town judge finds her world turned upside down by 
a pair of (human) aliens and their suggestions for improving local society.

PRESENTED IN LIVING VOICE BY GYRO MUGGINS
at SEANCHAI LIBRARY in SECOND LIFE

SUNDAY, July 18th at 1:30pm: TEATIME at The Movies, Continues


TEATIME at The Movies continues today, our fun summer series  were we read from the library of Lux Radio adaptations of great films of the 20th C

TODAY: "All About Eve"  

All About Eve is a 1950 American drama film written and directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz, and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck. It was based on the 1946 short story "The Wisdom of Eve" by Mary Orr, although screen credit was not given for this.

The film stars Bette Davis as Margo Channing, a highly regarded but aging Broadway star. Anne Baxter plays Eve Harrington, an ambitious young fan who maneuvers herself into Channing's life, ultimately threatening Channing's career and her personal relationships. The film co-stars George Sanders, Celeste Holm, and features Gary Merrill, Hugh Marlowe, Thelma Ritter, Marilyn Monroe in one of her earliest roles, Gregory Ratoff, Barbara Bates and Walter Hampden.

Praised by critics at the time of its release, All About Eve received a record 14 Academy Award nominations and won six, including Best Picture. All About Eve is the only film in Oscar history to receive four female acting nominations (Davis and Baxter as Best Actress, Holm and Ritter as Best Supporting Actress). Widely considered to be one of the greatest films of all time, All About Eve was one of the first 50 films selected for preservation in the United States Library of Congress' National Film Registry, deemed "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". All About Eve was ranked sixteenth on AFI's 1998 list of the 100 best American films.

Join Corwyn Allen, Gloriana Maertens, Caledonia Skytower, Kayden Oconnell & Elrik Merlin for a backyard festival of radio drama versions of some of the finest and most beloved films of the golden age of 20th C cinema. Popcorn provided.

Presented live, on Stream. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nowhereville/204/44/2603

THIS WEEK at Seanchai Libraries

 We bring stories of all kinds to life, in Second Life

... and other virtual worlds

CELEBRATING GREAT STORIES SINCE 2008!

_____________________________________ 


All times slt/Pacific Time.
Story events in Voice unless otherwise noted.

The Seanchai Library is located at 
*****
*SUNDAY, July 18th ,  at 1:30pm: TEATIME at The Movies: "All About Eve."  Join Corwyn Allen, Gloriana Maertens, Caledonia Skytower, Kayden Oconnell & Elrik Merlin for a backyard festival of radio drama versions of some of the finest and well beloved films of the golden age of 20th C cinema. Popcorn provided. .


*MONDAY, July 19th ,  at 7pmEric Vinicoff & Marcia Martin's WEIGHER continues with Gyro Muggins.

*TUESDAY, July 20th 
Both sessions today, in The Glen 

   ~ at NoonRUSSELL EPONYM, Live! with music, and poetry in Ceiluradh Glen, live on stream.   

   ~ at 7pm: TBA 

*WEDNESDAY, July 21st at 7pm: HOGWARTS: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide continues with Caledonia, live on stream.   

*THURSDAY, July 22nd, at 7pm: 
Summer Poems in The Glen.  We are celebrating Cale's Rez Day with a picnic in the Glen and a rousing round of poems for the sublime summer months, and maybe a dance or two! Potato Salad, optional.

*FRIDAY, July 23rd at 2:30pm: 
Terry Pratchett's UNSEEN ACADEMICALS 
continues with Caledonia Skytower at the Seanchai lanai-firecircle (90 minutes).

*SATURDAY, July 24th , at 1pm: Caledonia shares SEANCHAI 101: Story Presentation Tips & Tricks at the SLEA Literature Corner.  http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/SLEA7/143/207/23


Images: (TOP) "HOGWARTS: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide" July 14th; (LOWER) TEATIME goes down the river with "The African Queen" July 11th.

All sessions held at the Seanchai Library in Second Life unless otherwise indicated. Schedule subject to change, because that is just how life rolls sometimes.  
            ________________________________________________________________
All sessions at the Seanchai Library are offered free to all Residents.  Have questions? Send a notecard to Caledonia Skytower

THURSDAY July 15th at 7pm: THE DRAGON OF ANGUS OG

   

"There lived a dragon.."
THE DRAGON OF ANGUS OG
-- Special 90 minute presentation --

It happened long ago in the lowlands of Scotland in the days when castles were made of wood;
this particular Castle of Tundergarth stood on a hill abovefield.s and meadows. . . .

There ran a wide river called the Water of Milk but it was not as mild as it sounds
because in the biggest of its pools, below a deep dark cave,
there lived a dragon. . . .

Join us in Second Life
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and Kitely
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Book: The Dragon of Angus Og
Author: Rumer Godden

WEDNESDAY, July 14th at 7pm: HOGWARTS - An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide, Continues

Do you remember when Hogwarts's lessons REALLY started to get interesting?
 
Cale reads a selection from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, published in 1999 and a one of the great favorite books and movies in the series. Caledonia reads this adventure, plus selections from Hogwarts An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide for a delightful visit back to when the J.K. Rowling's wizarding world was still fresh and new to us.

Description
Hogwarts An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide
 takes you on a journey to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. You'll venture into the Hogwarts grounds, become better acquainted with its more permanent residents, learn more about lessons and discover secrets of the castle . . . all at the turn of a page.

presented live on Stream.

TUESDAY, July 13th at Noon: RUSSELL EPONYM, Live in The Glen!

@ NOON, RUSSELL EPONYM, Live in The Glen!

Join us for Russell's popular weekly performance at our beautiful outdoor gathering space for an hour of 100% live and unplugged acoustic music and spoken word.  Russell will be presenting original and traditional songs, instrumental pieces and covers, together with some selected poems. Folk Baroque and Beyond. Presented on Stream.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nowhereville/197/131/21

MONDAY July 12th at 7pm: THE WEIGHER

 

  

by Eric Vinicoff & Marcia Martin -
THE WEIGHER 

A small town judge finds her world turned upside down by 
a pair of (human) aliens and their suggestions for improving local society.

PRESENTED IN LIVING VOICE BY GYRO MUGGINS
at SEANCHAI LIBRARY in SECOND LIFE
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nowhereville/204/44/27

SUNDAY, June 11th at 1:30pm: TEATIME at The Movies!


TEATIME at The Movies begins today, our new, fun summer series, as we read from the library of Lux Radio adaptations of great films of the 20th C

TODAY: "The African Queen."  

The African Queen is a 1935 novel written by English author C. S. Forester. The novel was made into a film in 1951: The African Queen, starring Humphrey Bogart as Charlie Allnutt and Katharine Hepburn as Rose Sayer. Allnutt is changed to a Canadian in the film to explain Bogart's accent. The church is changed to Methodist from Anglican - though the paper which Allnut delivers to the missionaries in the first scene records the elevation of a college friend of the missionaries to being a bishop, which makes no sense given that the Methodist Church in England had (and has) no bishops.

Lux Hollywood presented this John Huston production on the radio in December of 1952,  with Greer Garson, another Academy Award winner, varying her popular role of the charming wife to play the strait-laced spinster Rose.

Join Corwyn Allen, Gloriana Maertens, Kayden Oconnell & Elrik Merlin for a backyard festival of radio drama versions of some of the finest and most beloved films of the golden age of 20th C cinema. Popcorn provided.

Presented live, on Stream. http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Nowhereville/204/44/2603

THIS WEEK at Seanchai Libraries

  We bring stories of all kinds to life, in Second Life

... and other virtual worlds

CELEBRATING GREAT STORIES SINCE 2008!

_____________________________________ 


All times slt/Pacific Time.
Story events in Voice unless otherwise noted.

The Seanchai Library is located at 
*****
*SUNDAY, July 11th ,  at 1:30pm: TEATIME at The Movies: "The African Queen."  Join Corwyn Allen, Gloriana Maertens, Kayden Oconnell & Elrik Merlin for a backyard festival of radio drama versions of some of the finest and well beloved films of the golden age of 20th C cinema. Popcorn provided. .


*MONDAY, July 12th ,  at 7pmEric Vinicoff & Marcia Martin's WEIGHER continues with Gyro Muggins.

*TUESDAY, July 13th 
Both sessions today, in The Glen 

   ~ at NoonRUSSELL EPONYM, Live! with music, and poetry in Ceiluradh Glen, live on stream.   

   ~ at 7pm: TBA 

*WEDNESDAY, July 14th at 7pm: HOGWARTS: An Incomplete and Unreliable Guide continues with Caledonia, live on stream.   

*THURSDAY, July 15th:

   ~ at 7pm: Rumer Godden's THE DRAGON OF OG, with Shandon Loring, live (90 minutes).

   ~ at 9pm: SEANCHAI LATE NIGHT, with Finn Zeddmore.

*FRIDAY, July 16th at 2:30pm: Terry Pratchett's UNSEEN ACADEMICALS continues with Caledonia Skytower at the Seanchai lanai-firecircle (90 minutes).
                                                                                 *****

All sessions held at the Seanchai Library in Second Life unless otherwise indicated. Schedule subject to change, because that is just how life rolls sometimes.  
            ________________________________________________________________
All sessions at the Seanchai Library are offered free to all Residents.  Have questions? Send a notecard to Caledonia Skytower