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Friday, December 15, 2023

Giving the gift of Hope at Forget ME not This Christmas December 23rd


❄️ Winter has come to Forget ME not! Come wander this magical landscape, warm up and get yourself some hot cocoa and treats in the café, and raise your awareness by reading our patient stories in the little gingerbread huts. You will also find a few posing opportunities for your photos. If you need a mistletoe for an excuse, we have one of those too ;)

✨ On December 23 we are having "Forget ME not This Christmas" - a Christmas concert to benefit Open Medicine Foundation - leading research of ME/CFS, Long COVID, Fibromyalgia and related chronic conditions. We hope you would like to join us, support and enjoy! There will also be GIFTS for you under the tree from our generous sponsors. Current schedule: 1 PM slt - Live singer TAY 2 PM slt - DJ NEFASTIA A warm welcome! Our sponsors providing gifts under the tree: PurpleMoon BE BOLD KiB Designs Peechy. Kim's Kreations -Extra- PEACE

Wednesday, December 6, 2023

Christmas Around The World The 13th Annual Second Life Christmas Expo Opened December 1st- December 10th


Second Life’s Premier Christmas shopping and entertainment event, the Second Life Christmas Expo, returns for the thirteenth year, bringing more than 125 merchants, Breedables, Auctions and Raffles, Special Events and more than 150 hours of entertainment at 2 venues. The event, which benefits the mission of the American Cancer Society to End Pediatric Cancers, covers 11 regions each, of which represents the holiday tradition of a different country.  Its “Christmas Around TheWorld” from December 1st through the 10th and also features the Lights Of Hope home decoration competition, will conclude as always with the Annual Holidays of Hope Gala Ball and the incredible Christmas Expo Live Auction!

Linden Lab returns to the Expo once again with special events, valuable auction and raffle prizes (including memberships and regions), Photo Ops and one of kind collectibles, including a Santa Patch Linden bear.

BUT WAIT!  STOP THE PRESSES!  This Year the Expo is proud to introduce the newest and hottest Linden collectible ever!   The Boopie! A  Boopie is not just your av-er-age bear Boo-Boo! Boopies come in special packaging, which itself is expected to become a treasured collectible. They feature sounds, effects and for the Expo the Lindens have created a very special One of a Kind Boopie Penguin which will only be available in Expo Vendors during the event.

In addition to the Boopies you can also join Santa Patch and the Mole-Elves for a special photo opportunity, bid on special Linden Packages and vote for your favorite Holiday Decorated Linden Homes at the Linden Lights of Hope! Be sure to mark your calendar for the 1st Linden & Mole Neighborhood Christmas Party on Wednesday December 6 from 1 to 3 pm on the Linden Lights Of Hope region featuring T1Radio’s award winning host Trader Whiplash.

Holiday entertainment has always been a hallmark of the Expo and 2023 will not disappoint!  The Holly Jolly Café make sits annual return with 10 days of live entertainment featuring nearly 100 of Second Life’s most talented and popular singers and musicians.  If you prefer the club scene, we have that too!  The Electric Reindeer DJ Dance Club makes its Expo debut, offering nightly dancing to some of the best spinners on the grid! 

Still want more?  There’s Sleigh Rides, a Christmas Tree Lot, a Snowman Competition and of course, photos with Santa and Christmas Stories with Mrs. Claus.

The Christmas Expo supports the American Cancer Society and all proceeds are dedicated to Giving The Gift of Hope to children with cancer.  Find out more at SLChristmas

The American Cancer Society is the world’s leader in the fight against cancer, with a vision to end cancer as we know it, for everyone. If you or someone you know has questions about cancer, a cancer diagnosis, prevention and screening guideline visit the Society website at or call 800-227-2345. Need support in world visit the American Cancer Society region, where you will find caregiver and survivor support and a direct chat link to an ACS Cancer Information specialist.

Friday, December 1, 2023

Dirty Rythms Christmas Venue Opens December 1st! Concert & Party Starting 6pm SLT

The Dirty Rythms Christmas Venue, the Ultimate Holiday Spot Opens December 1st! Concert & Party Starting 6pm SLT
Don't miss the chance to join the most fun events of the season at Dirty Rythms! Dress in your sexy winter outfits, put on your skates and enjoy a spectacular performance by The Funtastics Tribute Band, featuring the best hits of PINK at 6pm SLT. Following the concert at 8pm SLT, rock out to the tunes of DJ Galileo, who will keep you dancing all night long with his amazing mix. Experience the magic at Dirty Rythms Winter Wonderland, where you can meet new friends, have a blast, and create unforgettable memories.
The party starts Friday at 6pm SLT. Don't be late, because you don't want to miss a minute of this awesome celebration. Come and celebrate with music and dance at Dirty Rythms!

Friday, December 23, 2022

GeekSpeak – Will there be Christmas on Pluto? Join the discussion Saturday December 24th at 12:00 pm SLT

If you were living there, on Star Date 29941426, would you celebrate Earthly events?  It would be difficult to celebrate a midwinter feast on a planet with a long year where most people never experience winter.  And will you celebrate your Earth birthday or your Pluto or Mars birthday?  Would your age, measured in years, change as you moved from planet to planet?  How do you compare the ages of Earthlings and Marslings? 

If the colonists do celebrate Christmas will they celebrate it every 365 Earth days?  Or will they adjust the date to their own planet?

Will time still be measured in Earth days in the far future?  Will it be easy to adjust to a new day and a new year?

Join us at GeekSpeak on Saturday at noon SLT to discuss time and Christmas in the future.  Bring your friends and an atomic clock.

IM Vulcan Viper, who teaches a meditation class every Wednesday in the GeekSpeak auditorium, if you have ideas for new subjects.

Friday, December 16, 2022

Visit the Nightmare Before the Grinch Stole Christmas!


What's this? What's THIS!? Calling all fans of The Nightmare Before Christmas! Visit Halloween Town and Christmas Town with Jack as Sandy Claws. Snap a picture atop Spiral Hill and dance with Oogie Boogie. Then, hitch a teleport to Whoville, and visit the big greenie meanie at snowy Mount Crumpit. There are several more areas to explore--games and beach area, a Stranger Things-themed area with a skating rink, and a Ghostbusters area with a winterized NYC! There's something for everyone at this unique destination! Join our Discord!

Thursday, December 15, 2022



The official Press release can be found here: See Detailed info here: Join The Delicious Foundation℠ as we raise funds with the SL Community in support of the Marine Toys for Tots℠ Foundation. Our 9th Annual Grid-Wide Toys for Tots Fundraising Drive runs through Wednesday, December 28th, 2022 raising funds via kiosks and events throughout SL. 🌟HELP US BRIGHTEN A CHILD'S FACE THIS HOLIDAY SEASON❕ DONATE | RAISE FUNDS WITH US | PARTICIPATE

Headquarters will be Located at Schedule of Events: Important Links: Official Campaign Headquarters: RAISE FUNDS WITH US-Pick Up your Donation KIOSK Packet: Press Release: Donate IW Here: Online Here: Contact: Campaign Manager HoneyGlaze Delicioso secondlife:///app/agent/949a73f2-c1a1-4ac3-881e-3fa295b32bf0/about FB: EMAIL: PRESS CONTACT EEM FB: EMAIL:

Monday, December 12, 2022

Seanchai Library: The Dickens Project Returns for 2022 December 8- January 3


Second Life – Seanchai Library is proud to announce the opening of The Dickens Project 2022 Edition. This Second Life winter holiday tradition invites guests to walk in the steps of Ebenezer Scrooge in an environment inspired, in part, by Charles Dickens’ 1843 novella “A Christmas Carol.” An invited community of Second Life groups and organizations will present a variety of music events, dance performances, as well as story presentations. Other Project features include skating, sledding, a balloon ride, a horse cart tour, and plenty of photo opportunities. The Dickens Project regions will open on Thursday, December 8th, and close at the end of the day on Tuesday, January 3rd.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The 2022 Edition features an Experience-based teleport system. Please accept the “Caledonian Studios” Experience in the Welcome Area to fully explore The Project. 


"This year we challenged a lot of assumptions about how we configured the land to tell the story," said Caledonia Skytower of Seanchai Library. "So what Dickens Project fans will discover is a layout that is very different from past Projects, but still has a narrative sense. It feels like a lot ‘more’, somehow, and yet will still have the friendly familiarity that many will expect."  The Dickens Project is intentionally designed to follow, as much as possible, the narrative of Dickens’ 1843 work, allowing guests to walk through the Christmas past, present, and future of the story.

The Dickens Project also seeks to promote community - a community of Second Life individuals and organizations which come together for this annual celebration. After a hiatus in 2021, this community includes Virtual Community Radio and Innsmouth in SL. The Community Virtual Library will again provide research and information on Victorian life in the time of Dickens’ works. 

Four dance companies will present unique performances including Idle Rogue Productions, TerpsiCorps Dance, Misfit Dance and Performance Art SL, and Virtuoso Dance. Eclipse Club and Resort will contribute music sets in addition to various independent DJs and musicians.  SL Hawks Aerobatic Team will return for a single performance of their popular “Ghost Flights of Christmas” air show in the skies above Dickens Harbour, this season with wing walkers. These are all in addition to the live story reading programs for which Seanchai Library is known.  

The popular "Carol Week" returns in a revised format this year. The week will begin with The Big Read on Sunday, December 18th at Noon. The relay-style presentation involves a chorus of voices in a continuous reading of "A Christmas Carol" from beginning to end. The week will continue December 19 - 22nd with a section of Dickens' novella presented live each day in a "Story Tour" presentation to the sites in the region inspired by the story. 

Seanchai Library offers its thanks to Linden Labs and Patch Linden, our 2022 Region Sponsors.

There will be additional information available on the Seanchai Library Website, and at the Welcome Area at The Dickens Project.

This press release is available in digital form at

About the Seanchai Library

Seanchai Library (pronounced Shawn-a-kee, which means "Storyteller" in Irish Gaelic.) was founded in March of 2008 in Second Life. The program remains dedicated to promoting the power of stories to transform and inspire through live voice presentations: "We bring stories of all kinds to life, in Second Life and other virtual worlds."

All times listed are SLT/ Pacific.

Images and Project Poster can be accessed from our online image bank which can be accessed via the digital press release on our website.

 Media Contact:

Caledonia Skytower, Seanchai Library

Friday, December 24, 2021

Happy Holidays from The SL Enquirer

 We wish you a safe and happy holiday season. 
Click the image for a very special gift.



Enjoy your Second life Christmas moments, and visit this Magical Christmas Village with two specialty stores offering many group gifts for you, your family, and friends! Merry Christmas!


Wednesday, December 22, 2021

A Visit To Tex's Tree Farm- Stacey Cardalines reporting...


A lot of people get their trees from Wal-Mart, or a gas station, or some vacant lot where a bunch of trees are stacked against a fence. Someone playing SL can order one from the SL Marketplace, None of these is a good option.

Unless you are a complete zero, you instead want to head out into the country, find a cut n carry tree farm, and hack down your own tree with a big ax like a goddamned man! A girl can cut a tree down too, but it's more fun to tease men. Societal expectations can cut both ways, and a girl can get away socially with saying "Like I'm gonna cut down a tree..."

My husband has a pretty hard job, and he likes to rest on his off days. That's all well and good, but we have to drive from Duxbury to West Bridgewater- about 45 minutes in the car- passing several Wal-Marts and Home Depots on the way- and get our tree from a farm. There is a "Sorry, kids. Mommy gave up this year" vibe to get a tree from a gas station, and I won't do that to my kids. I also only choose the tree, after which my husband cuts it, carries it, ties it to the car, drives it home, and fits it into the stand for the kids and I to decorate. God made my husband bigger and handier, so blame him.

Once you shame your man into doing the cutting, you need to find a place out in the sticks where you can go all Jack Torrance on a spruce tree. Fortunately, Stacey has taken care of that for you.

Tex's is unique in that you can go there, find a tree that is ostensibly growing, and take an axe to it. It will then be moved into your inventory (after you give Tex a little Linden Love, of course) and you can do what you wish with it after. 

Even if you don't have a house or a business to decorate, there are worse ways to spend a December day than walking around a Christmas tree farm. There is a Ghetto Christmas aspect to this, but it beats sitting in a tavern... although I'd recommend sitting in the tavern while before going, so you are properly Jolly.

There isn't much time left before Christmas, so hustle out to Tex's Tree Farm and get you some!

Added SLE Bonus: Fun Christmas Tree Facts!

- Christmas trees date back to medieval Latvia and Estonia, and non-Christian decorated trees may go back to the caveman days. Evergreen trees were decorated in ancient China and Egypt. 

- The custom spread through Germanic territories to Western Europe, usually by the upper classes. Trees are referenced in 1400s Portugal and 1500s France. 

- The Christmas tree came to America with German immigrants. Our founding fathers failed to get in on this trend early, as North America's first Christmas tree was put up by Hessian soldiers stationed in Quebec. Remember, Massachusetts was founded by people stuffy enough to ban Christmas in the 1600s, and the only things they hung off trees here were Witches.

- Your typical Christmas tree is some form of evergreen conifer, like pine, fir, and spruce. Some folks use juniper or cypress, and wouldn't The Starry Night look cooler if Van Gogh had painted some tinsel onto the cypress?

- The star and the angel that you see on top of Christmas trees are symbolic of Bible stuff. The star represents the Star of Bethlehem, which guided the Magi to the manger where Jesus lay. The angel represents God's messenger, Gabriel. You know him from the Annunciation, which was when God, through Gabriel, told Mary that she would bear Jesus. I'm agnostic and apologize for the religious stuff, but it is good for one to know such things.

- Elaborate snowflakes are the most common non-religious tree topper.

- Christmas trees generally go up, even unintentionally with non-religious people, along the lines of Advent, which is the 4th Sunday before Christmas. This coincides with "right after Thanksgiving" in the US.

- The tree tends to come down around the Epiphany, aka the Adoration of the Magi, which is when the Three Kings found Jesus.

- Traditionally, the tree went up on Christmas Eve and would come down on January 6th. This time span is what we now know as the Twelve Days of Christmas.

- The Twelve Days Of Christmas song uses a pear tree, not spruce or fir.

- Queen Victoria and her Germanic Albert were sketched with their children by a Christmas tree in 1848, which boosted tree love in the UK and the USA.

- The first White House tree was put up by Benjamin Harrison in 1889.

-Teddy Roosevelt, an ardent conservation guy, refused to put up a tree. He was unaware that a tree farm generally plants more trees than they cut down.

- Thomas Edison's assistants invented electric Christmas tree lights. Candles were used before then, and fires were common.

- The Rockefeller Center tree first went up in the Depression, when construction workers pooled their assets and bought a tree. The tree is presently topped by a 500-pound crystal star. The tree has been up to 100 feet high and has 30,000 lights.

- Oregon produces the most real Christmas trees. China produces the most (80%) artificial ones.

- Balsam Fir and Scotch Pine are the most popular trees, although it varies by region.

- 35% of trees are sold at garden centers/retail stores. 25% from cut/carry farms, 15% from tree lots and 15% from non-profits.

- Every year, Boston is given a giant tree from Halifax, Nova Scotia. This is a thank you for Boston sending aid to Halifax after a 1917 explosion destroyed half of the city.

- "Christmas tree" came in 8th in a poll of American's favorite smells. They were one spot higher than perfume and one behind bacon. 

- Several murders and beatings have been committed by a husband and wife debating "white lights vs multi-color lights." I've struck my own husband over this debate.

- American songbird Taylor Swift was raised on a Christmas tree farm.

- "Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree" was written by Johnny Marks. Marks is an obscure artist, which is amazing because he also wrote "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" and all the songs in the Rudolph animated special, including "Silver And Gold" and "Have A Holly Jolly Christmas." He is also the author of "I Don't Want A Lot For Christmas," which means that Mariah Carey owes him a little somethin' somethin'. Of course, he was Jewish.

- Since 9/11, the most famous fire in New York City involved a homeless man putting a Bic to the Fox News Christmas Tree.

- Charlie Brown was once ridiculed for buying a small tree for the Peanuts Christmas pageant. However, small trees have since become fashionable. and are often referred to as Charlie Brown trees. In the real world, that would get Charlie laid, but the Peanuts cartoon beats the hell out of that poor kid, and I always expected to see him shooting up the high school in some special. Lucy consoled Charlie Brown by telling him that "Everyone knows that Christmas is a racket run by some big eastern syndicate."

- "I own a cat" ranked higher than "I am not a Christian" among people surveyed about not having a Christmas tree, and by a large margin. An indoor tree, filled with shiny things to swat at, is irresistible to a cat.

- The American carol "Oh Christmas Tree" is actually a remix of "O Tannenbaum," a German song that doesn't mention Christmas and which may be about a faithless lover.

- A freshly cut tree will drink a quart of water a day.

- Christmas trees take 7-10 years to mature..

- Christmas trees are involved in one-tenth of one percent of U.S. residential fires. Cut and carry Christmas tree farms figure into .027% of ax-related injuries in America, an impressive number considering they are a seasonal item and that America has a lot of lumberjacks.

- America has since come correct on conifers.  America produces about 35 million Christmas trees a year, with Europe being good for another 60 million. 

- Americans spent 2 billion dollars on trees in 2016, making a liar of whoever said "Money doesn't grow on trees." We, sadly, spent $1.8 billion on fake trees. The average price of a tree in 2017 was $73, and that price is about the same today. 

- America has 15,000 tree farms, not including Tex's Tree Farm, which is animated. They provide at least seasonal employment for 100,000 Americans, including journalists like me who have a boss going, "One Christmas tree article? Please?"

- A third of these tree farms are, like Tex's, chosen and cut. This is good because axes and chainsaws are always fun. No holiday is lessened by chainsaw use.


OK, maybe Arbor Day.

Thursday, December 16, 2021

Dennymac, Noma Falta & SoulVision LIVE at Terry's Sunday Showcase, benefiting Toys for Tots! December 19th


Let's do this one for the kiddies! Join us at Terry's on Sunday, December 19th beginning at 3pm SLT as our very own DJ Stroke spins some holiday-themed music and trivia to help get you in the Christmas spirit!  We'll also be raffling off a few L$2500 gift cards for Blueberry and Cold Ash, and having a contest for "Best in Christmas Wear", with linden prizes for both men and women!!  All venue contributions during today's events will be donated to Toys for Tots, to help underprivileged children this holiday season.  

Then at 5pm SLT, get ready for a SUPERSIZED holiday version of Terry's Sunday Showcase, sponsored by the SL Enquirer!  Our first featured artist this week is the talented Dennymac! An established singer/songwriter, DennyMac streams from New York with his passion for music and a deep desire to share his talent. Heavily influenced by the likes of Bob Dylan, James Taylor, the Beatles, and many others,  he brings his great talents to the band as lead guitar.

Also a member of the popular SL band The QuadRadix, Dennymac is truly an exceptional force in music, having performed regularly with many of Second Life's finest talent all across the grid.

Up next, our Sunday Showcase continues at 6pm SLT with another member of The QuadRadiX and the Queen of Blues herself, Noma Falta!

A POWERFUL, passionate performer, vocalist, bass player, and guitar player in genres covering Blues, rock, soul, pop, and jazz-influenced tunes, Noma plays bass and sings live with tracks for solo shows, but she can also perform a solo acoustic show - just woman and guitar.
Noma is a powerful, soulful Vocalist and Musician enjoying the company of Second Lifers for over 13 years. A high-energy artist who loves being involved with the audience during her shows. From solid grooves with bass and tracks to heartfelt unplugged acoustic shows - it is all about the Music and You.

Last but certainly not least, join us at 7pm SLT for the conclusion of this week's Terry's Sunday Showcase, featuring Canadian singer/songwriter Soulvision! Much of what you hear from Soulvision is deep and will have your mind thinking and feeling from the beginning to the end of the song. He has a very unique sound and feels that music should come from the deepest part of our inner being.  His "soulful" vibe comes through in his music and his sound has been influenced by all genres of music including rock, folk, and country.  

Soul's greatest influences include Ed Sheeran, Jewel, and Damien Rice with a little Smashing Pumpkins and Cat Stevens thrown in.

Help us raise a little money for Toys for Tots and come support live music with friends, laughter, and a whole lot of fun...ONLY at Terry's Place!!!

Terry's Place, a hybrid live music venue and friendly neighborhood club where everyone knows your name! Now in its second year as well as home to some of the hottest DJs and live performers/musicians on the grid, there's a little something for everyone at Terry's when you just need to get away from it all. Dance as we spin tunes for all walks of life, show off your talents at Open Mic every Friday, or enjoy a live concert out in the park at Terry's Sunday Showcase!  With events now happening four nights a week, be yourself and escape the chains of real life with friends, great music, and a whole lot of fun...ONLY at Terry's Place!







Ninja (ninjaantwoord resident)


Live Performer Websites:

Dennymac -

Noma Falta -

Soulvision (Joe Borowsky) -

Monday, December 13, 2021

Synergy Island Presents Maribol Inshan, the Cool Cats & Friends Performing a Live Holiday Extravaganza "Christmas Stories" December 15th 6-7 PM SLT


Christmas means many things to many people. We all have our traditions and rituals. We all look forward to togetherness, joy, and family and friends. The Holidays hold so much memory and emotion for all of us. On December 15th we are going to come together to celebrate and share "Our Christmas Stories" through "Live Music" and Dance. We will have performances from Ambrosia K. Windstrom, Scorpio Aeon, Patrice Virago, Razor, and Maribol Inshan. This will truly be an evening to remember and enjoy. The feelings that fill our heart and spirit this Christmas are Merriment, Cheer, and Love! So Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays and we can't wait to see you all on the 15th! Come ready to have some amazing holiday fun and sing along. Holiday treats and Ice skating are available. Special Surprise Guests! Attire: Winter/ Holiday /Ice Skating

Steele Live Music presenting a Live Music Festival- December 16th 12pm-10pm SLT


SLM is offering one of its Live Music Festivals. Inspired by the great music festivals in RL, we seek to create some of the excitement and sheer saturation of great music that festivals promise. Our is a ten continuous hour program featuring some of SL's most beloved and highly respected performing artists.

The concerts are distributed to two of our venues, The Cave for performances from noon to 5pm and, The Steampunk Ballroom for those starting at 5pm and ending at 10pm SLT.

This Festival will have a Holiday theme and we suggest holiday or smart casual attire; Each guest will receive their own Christmas gift.

Please join us for a spirited day and evening long festival of live music in celebration of this Holiday Season.


Sunday, December 12, 2021



On December 23rd, Biology Club is hosting its FIRST formal event - Holidays Across the Continents! We're decking all the halls for you and bringing the FORMAL, FESTIVE entertainment! At 6 pm, the amazing NOMA FALTA will be taking the live performance stage gracing us with her brand of incredible tunes and musical talents. Then, from 7-9 pm, DJ DRESI will take us on a continental tour with holiday tunes, fine decor in the main club, and holiday-themed games to play. At 9 pm, our very own, Seth Regan will take the live performance stage to close us out and send us into a fabulous holiday weekend. So, make your plans now! Bring your plus one ... OR... come and FIND your plus one - and - LET US ENTERTAIN YOU - at the Biology Club Holidays Across the Continents Formal!!

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Saturday, December 4, 2021

The Darkness Event December - Dark Xmas- round is now open!!



Come and celebrate de Dark Xmas at the darkness event!! The Darkness Event it's open!! We open the new Darkness event, new environment, darker than ever and fashionable as always!!! Cos everyone has a dark side...come to The Darkness Event and discover yours!!!! Clothes, shoes, hair, shapes, jewels, poses, tattoos, makeup, eyes, nails, piercings, accessories... More designers, more exclusiveness....come and enjoy The Darkness Event. December 5th-28th Don´t miss the group gift by Hexakill !!

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Thursday, December 2, 2021

Experience The Magic of Christmas @ The Wandering Wisp!


Hello All! Welcome to The Wandering Wisp! 

We are open 24/7, all year long! Here we have two-holiday stores that have a variety of holiday items for sale! If you are looking to decorate your SL property and make it festive for the holiday season, we might have what you're looking for!  Our items include all holidays & as the Seasons cycle, we add more to our store throughout the year!

We also decorate our property according to the season & holiday theme!

We want more than anything for everyone in SecondLife to come to visit & currently we have The Magic of Christmas Winter Wonderland Theme going on in the now!

There is several activities to engage in, snowball fights, ice skating, Santa & Mrs. Claus, the elves, reindeer, hot beverages at free vendors, and freebies laying about the property! 

We also have flash sales & Snow specials & whatever else we conjure up!

There currently are Christmas lights, Christmas trees, lots of snow, several Christmas decorations, Christmas songs & benches to relax on & take in the snowy scenery! & there is so much more we don't want to give away, we encourage you to explore!

Come one, Come all & embark on a Christmas Adventure!

Every year we are aspiring to expand, enhance & improve our products, as well as add new items to our current mix! We do dream of expanding our land & prim usage and breaking through the barrier of our current limitations, to become bigger & better for our patrons and the SL community!

Please allow yourself some time to REZ in before beginning your experience!

Thank you for taking the time to read this!

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Happy Holidays,

Selexia aero & mari Ryder (mariska fotherington)