Bay City at Eight – and goes Silver with Child’s Play

Eighth Concert Poster (texture)Bay City celebrates its eighth anniversary on Sunday May 15th, and the Bay City community is marking the day with a another special time of festivities and fun to which everyone is invited!

Activities will kick-off at noon SLT with a parade line-up at the bandshell in Bay City – Harwich. At 12:30 SLT, the parade will make its way down Route 66, and proceed to the Bay City Fairgrounds in the North Channel region. GoSpeed Racer of KONA stream will be providing the music throughout the parade, which will be followed by at live concert from 13:30 SLT onwards at the fairgrounds.

The line-up for the concert this year comprises (all times SLT):

  • 13:30 – 14:30:  Zachh Cale. Influenced by Elton John, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, Joni Mitchell, jazz standards, and many of the greats, he re-interprets rock and pop songs in unique way on piano/keyboards
  • 14:30 – 15:30: Maximillion Kleene. With a range from CCR to Foo Fighters and Train to Jason Mraz, he rings a vast repertoire of quirky, classic, and current covers to Second Life
  • 15:30 – 16:30: Noma Falta. Brings her own bluesy, soulful, music to Second Life, and brings the experience of fronting for numerous rock bands on RL concert.
Parade route and performers - click for full size

Parade route and performers – click for full size

Anniversary SLurls

Bay City Goes Silver

The event will be a cause for a double celebration. On Friday, May 13th, Marianne McCann announced that Bay City and the Bay City Alliance have received special recognition by Child’s Play charity, which Bay City has long supported:

Thanks in large part to our donations from our annual Hot Bay City Nights and holiday Tree Lighting & Silent auction Events, as well as the generous Linden Dollar gift from Ivan Suen, Bay City is snow listed as a Silver Level sponsor on Child’s Play’s website.

In addition, our donation kiosks are now transferred over to Child’s Play Charity. They have announced this on their website at www.childsplaycharity.org/misc/secondlife. You can learn more about the organization and their efforts there.

Congratulations to all at Bay City for their continuing efforts in supporting Child’s Play.

About Bay City and the Bay City Alliance

Bay City is a mainland community, developed by Linden Lab and home to the Bay City Alliance. The Bay City Alliance was founded in 2008 to promote the Bay City regions of Second Life and provide a venue for Bay City Residents and other interested parties to socialize and network. It is now the largest Bay city group, and home to most Residents of Bay City.

 

2 thoughts on “Bay City at Eight – and goes Silver with Child’s Play

  1. Pixel

    If one gives more than a casual look, Bay City is plenty of curios and pretty places, and with its roads and streets, it could be the Blake Sea of road vehicles. I had some fun with my bike, besides the usual sim crossings. It is a wide area were people could play an urban RP too. Instead it is a ghost town. Hardly ever anyone around, even in the “community center”. Elsewhere in SL, London square is always plenty of people. They could give a look at it. There are a couple of clubs, one of them is populated just by bots. The other one is “Soul Vibrations”, that looks popular, but placed in a side/corner, and I don’t know how many explored around. Infohubs in Bay City area aren’t so popular, and there are less people compared to few years ago, but how many newbie landing on Moose Beach (current traffic today: ~7k) on in Hau Koda (~3k) realized there was a whole city next to them? Or that the infohub in Hau Koda is really an airport and you can rez airplanes? The runway is half hidden from inside and there is no indication of the rez zone. There is a dock in Mhindepinde, where you can rez a boat. I think you can navigate a bit around Sansara from there and reach Heterocera. It is nothing like Blake Sea, nor the little railroad is comparable to Heterocera, but why don’t give newbies a better chance to notice these things? When I visit Bay City, I have a feeling of desolation and missed opportunities.

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