In this episode, we pay the second of our two visits to Fantasy Faire 2020 in aid of Relay for Life of Second Life.
This year we have a nineteenth Faireland, present only during the Relay Weekend on the track. Come wander the slumbering forests, almost ready for their annual rest within the Mists, come meet other Fairelanders, finalize your Faire shopping, and enjoy the touch of peace the Fairelands always bring — before you’ll head out for another lap on the track.
Silvasomnia (RFL CURE) was designed by Saiyge Lotus. It is sponsored by Jeanette’s Joint with additional support from Secrets of Gaia, the Ravenheart Museum, Eagle’s Photo Studio, Teegle, the Lost Unicorn Gallery, the Dark Unicorns of Lovelace, Trinity Clothing and Little, Big Designs. The official Fantasy Faire gachas along with numerous other RFL vendors from our sponsors are available for the weekend.
Visit Silvasomnia at RFL CURE: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/RFL%20CURE/128/128/23
Today, Monday June 1st, we are paying the second of our two visits to this year’s Fantasy Faire! Join us at 2pm when you can see the show on the Designing Worlds Vimeo channel at: https://vimeo.com/channels/dworlds and on the Designing Worlds channel at SLArtist at: https://www.slartist.com/browse-dw-videos-1-date.html.
And you can join the special Watch Party (also at 2pm SLT) in our studio on Garden of Dreams.
We closed out the last season with a look back at Fantasy Faire 2011, and we are opening this season with the first of two visits to this year’s Fantasy Faire!
The Fairelands have faded back into the Mists, but for many of us, they are still in our minds and imaginations.
Over the course of the Faire, many people were inspired to write stories and poems – and many of those have been shared with us. Over the coming days, we will be sharing those with you, through this blog, and also adding them to the LitFest area of the site.
But if you have written about the Fairelands, or have been inspired to write by the Faire, there is still time to submit your writing to be included on the website as we build an anthology of Faire writings.
How can you do this?