I visited the Dreams Community Fair which runs until the end of the day on the 25th. This is the third year this event has been held to promote some of the lesser known groups and areas in SL related to health support, education, and the arts. Very cool, and they have some neat swag, too! Everyone should visit.
Isobela and I went to Case's Rock and Roll listening party at the Glamshack. The format has migrated from two straight albums, to the best tracks from a handful of albums, to what it is today. It seems to still be evolving.
Case is also taking sponsorships for portions of the show. The third quarter of the show today was sponsored by Mack's Gestures. Visit Mack's Gestures for all of your gesture needs, including custom gestures. Landmarks to Mack's Gestures may be found in the profiles of Case, Ajay or I. The last quarter of the show was brought to us by the letter 'D' and the number '3'.
While at the Glamshack we attended a meeting of the DJ Case fan club. Case was trying to act all shy, like he didn't deserve the acclaim, but we knew better. Something is being planned, but will likely not be recorded in these pages until after the fact.
Later we went to Nantucket to listen to Heath play piano; it's been too long for both of us. I saw a sign that they are having the New England Mermaid Festival Apr 20 - May 16. I’ll have to go check it out.
Heath was awesome as usual; the crowd was a little more lively and funny that I remember. He has another album coming out; last one came out just before Christmas. He is quite prolific! He remembered me and said Hi during the after-show party, pretty cool.
Afterwards Isobela and I went to the Dreams Community Fair. I had seen a booth about a niche medical market that I thought a friend of hers would be interested in, Iso thought so too. We browsed around the rest of the fair and picked up some building materials, checked out the Elven booth with the cool chairs, visited the Scripting Academy, checked out the Teachers without borders booth and all sorts of other cool things.
Isobela kept getting lost, though; and it wasn't really that crowded. I had to fly around and look for her a few times. After the booths we played in their sandbox some and then headed for the barn. Another wonderful day.