- June, 2018
Write a small poem about what friendship means to you. It must be original work. It cannot be copied from a book or a website . This means, It has to be your own words and ideas.
Your poem can be any size you wish it be, but try to stay reasonable,
You will have up to 3 weeks to find your idea and write your poem at the end of these 3 weeks your text should be exposed at the contest area , if not you would lost your chance to participate.
There will be three winners, and their work will be shown somewhere in Isle of Wyrms and they will also receive a linden prize .
Good luck to everyone
total in prize 600 L$
#1 place winner - 300 L$
#2 place winner - 200 L$
#3 place winner - 100 L$
Poems must be submitted by July 1st.
Voting will done on the following week and winners are to be named the 8th July.
Contact Demrias Amarath for more information.
Round 1: Rejara, Sleepy, Moksi
Round 2: hammy, Kelpfish, Stephanie
Round 3: Qwibble, Kelaini, Kelpfish
Join us next Thursday, June 14th at 2 PM for our next Bingo.
Round 1: Chance, Demrias, Akay, Tea and Sealy
Round 2: Chance, Akay Supergirl, Zoni and Demrias
Round 3: Akay, & Tea tied for first, Sealy, Jan, and Zoni
Join hammy Wednesday, June 6th for Rezz Day/Birthday baited fishing at 3PM, and next Sunday, June 10th at 2 PM for unbaited fishing.
And there was nice spread of winners this week:
Round 1: Akay, hammy and Linn
Round 2: Rejara, Jan and Danella
Round 3: Magnek, Jaye, and a double third win with Rejara and Tea
You can join us next Thursday, June 7 at 2 PM
- May, 2018
Join us next Sunday, June 3rd at 10:30 for the next Tinywood Squares.
Round 1: Ing, Magnek, Canika, MakoRekin and Xylvena
Round 2: Jambr, MakoRekin, Akay, ImogeneSeraphine and Magnek
Round 3: Jambr, Magnek, Akay, MakoRekin and ImogenShraphine
Join us next Sunday, June 3rd at 2 PM for hammy's next fishing contest.
Pentadee is a SL version of the classic Yahtzee-style dice game.
The game can be played alone of play for up to 8 players.
Anyone may join a game of Pentadee at any time. The game ends when all currently seated players have filled their score card, and the player with the highest total score wins. Only the score card of the player who's turn it is will be shown during the game. The total score of all players is displayed in front of each player as a reference.
As with the RL game your turn begins by rolling the dice. You may roll up to three times per turn to try for the best combination possible. Once you have a roll that you are satisfied with or you have run out of rolls choose a slot on the score card to record your roll. Simply click on the name of the slot on the card and the game will move to the next player.
We believe that playing games in SL is about more than just the game. It is about socializing and enjoying the both the company and the skill, luck and fun of game play.
You can pick up a brief note card on scoring tips next to the table.
Check out Pentadee here.
If you would like to see Keeba and the Tiny Maniacs, take a look at their calendar for future dates.
Round 1: Akay, Jan and Jaye
Round 2: Jan, Tea and Quibble
Round 3: Luri, Tea and Magnek
Join us next Thursday, May 31st at 2 PM for our next Bingo.
Round 1: Demrias and Sealy tied for first place, Ing in second, and Magnek and Jambr tied for fourth place.
Round 2: Sealy, Jambr, Demrias, Ing and Magnek
Round 3: A three-way first place tie between Ukleq, Magnek and Aka, Tea in second and Linn third
hammy pumped up the party by sharing fish head hats and there was some lively tiny dancing on the side of the riverbank.
Join hammy next Sunday, May 27 at 2 PM for the next fishing.
Photo courtesy of Jan.
Join us next Sunday, May 27 at 10:30 AM for our next Tinywood Squares.
Round 1: Sleepy, Annaa and Tea
Round 2: Tea, Sleepy and a double third win by Jan and Annaa
Round 3: hammy, Tea and annaa
Join us at 2 PM May 24th for our next Bingo.
Petunia Liveoak has been an artist since high school, and enjoys using nature as her muse. Sometimes by taking photos to create her art, sometimes by bringing something in from outside, she typically uses watercolor, gouache, and is now exploring scratch board to make her artwork.
Petunia has a unique way of showing the details of one small item, usually presented in soft colors.
If you miss the Raglan Artwalk, Petunia also shows her artwork at Galleria Kakku and the Raglan Tree Gallery. For the show, you can view Petunia's artwork here.
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