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Joust With The Lindens Thursday, October 1 12 - 3pm slt Supporting Making Strides Against Breast Cancer An afternoon of merriment and competition as the Constantine, Derrick and Guy Linden take on each other and all challengers in a most unusual joust! Who shall reign as Joust Champion in this epic one of battle? Vote who will win each Joust by donation to the kiosk in front of the their picture. There are free jousting huds and mounts available. No armour necessary. Come have some fun! TP can be found here.. Land and follow signs
An update on the planned Linden arrival to the SL Renaissance Festival has been received and henceforth delivered. Reports have reached the Queen that during their voyage several Lindens misbehaved during a port call. Punishment has been determined: By Order Of The Queen: Miscreants are to be brought to the pillories on October 2. Sentence is 2 hours 1 - 3pm slt or until their fines are paid! Fines to be determined on Oct 2. The Queen has been known to increase fines at whim during the punishment. (100% of all fine payment will go to support the American Cancer Soc
Here Ye, Here Y e! By Command Of The Renaissance Queen Breast Cancer Survivors and Caregivers are invited to partake in the SL Renaissance Festival as our honorary Royals of the Day! Be our guest for priority seating at the Joust, Archery or Melee Tournaments. (perhaps take part in a tournament) Wear your Royal Sash as you stroll the Festival grounds. Enjoy our story telling in the Gypsy camp in a specially reserved area Be greeted by wandering Minstrel’s and Bards through out the day Reserved seating await you at the Kings Court Academy should you wish to take a class or two
Would you like to be part of the Tales Of Heroes? We are looking for Breast Cancer Survivors and Caregivers or RL Supporters of Making Strides Against Breast Cancer to share their stories with us and decorate a booth at the SL Renaissance Festival. We want you to inspire others who visit your booth. If seeing your booth display or reading your story saves one life then you have accomplished more than you will ever know. Some ideas for sharing your story or decorating your booth: “What Is Your Your Breast Cancer Story As A Survivor or Caregiver” “What Making Strides Against B