The 2015 SL Sci-Fi Con blasts off on February 20th through March 1st, 2015. This annual event, is in support of Relay For Life of Second Life, an official charity of the American Cancer Society.
Enjoy a Science Fiction Resort fantasy like you can only find in SL, our eighth convention since 2009 we'll chase away the Winter Blahs in Sci-Fi Paradise! Over 100 exhibitors from across the Grid and Galaxy, 10 days of activities and adventures, with Live Music Events, Theatrical Presentations, Parties and so much more!
Join in the Scavenger Hunt, visit the Amusement Park, see the sights & shops, and explore the six sim estate including orbital Space Experience. Help us celebrate the launch of the 2015 RFL Season, The Future is Now!
Registration is currently open and you can choose from a variety of booths and packages. Registration information can be found at the following link: http://slscificonvention.wordpress.com/booth-information/
About Relay For Life of Second Life:
Relay For Life of Second Life (RFL of SL) is an annual activity that takes place in Second Life in July each year. Volunteers form or join teams to have fun while fundraising and raise awareness from mid-March through mid-July. In July teams build campsites and walk a track that spans more than 40 virtual regions.
In 2014, Relay For Life of Second Life reached a milestone of having raised $2,500,000 since its fundraising beginning in 2004, for the American Cancer Society. Relay For Life has become an international movement in RL and in SL. In 2013 participants from over 80 countries took part in Relay For Life of Second Life.
About the American Cancer Society:
For more than 100 years, the American Cancer Society (ACS) has worked relentlessly to save lives and create a world with less cancer and more birthdays. Together with millions of our supporters worldwide, we help people stay well, help people get well, find cures, and fight back against cancer.
For more information and updates:http://www.cancer.org/involved/participate/relayforlife/second-life
Hat tip: SL Enquirer, Daniel Voyager