Sunday 1st June, 3–5pm SLT Come to Sterling Grove and visit the opening of the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations at the Crystal Palace! Meet their Royal Highnesses Queen Victoria and Prince Albert! The Great
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Grand Opening of the Great Exhibition

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by Elrik Merlin on Sunday, 1 June, 2008

Sunday 1st June, 3–5pm SLT

Come to Sterling Grove and visit the opening of the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations at the Crystal Palace! Meet their Royal Highnesses Queen Victoria and Prince Albert!

The Great Exhibition showcases wonders and inventions from all around Our World. See the very best of Second Life design collected together in a spectacular 4-sim recreation of Joseph Paxton’s Crystal Palace*.

See great and ancient creatures! Marvel at exotic vehicles and devices! Experience the Wonders of the World!

During the event, Their Royal Highnesses the Queen and Prince Consort are scheduled to arrive by train at the Exhibition and will greet visitors. In addition, there will be a grand Fireworks Display, and many free gifts will be available.

Mr Elrik Merlin of Radio Riel will be providing a backdrop of Victorian waltzes and popular classical music for the opening hour, before handing over to Miss Anu Papp for the second half of the event.

This is an event truly not to be missed!

Visit the Crystal Palace in Sterling Grove: http://slurl.com/secondlife/Sterling%20Grove/87/128/22

*The Crystal Palace was originally erected in 1851 in London’s Hyde Park for the Great Exhibition and subsequently moved to Sydenham, South London, where it was significantly expanded, and formed a centre of entertainment and leisure for London until its sad destruction by fire in 1936.

If you cannot attend in person, please tune in to the Radio Riel Main Stream, http://music.radioriel.org in-world, or http://minor.slserver.com:9004/live.m3u if you are listening off-world.

• Radio Riel will be playing a day of Victorian and Edwardian music in conjunction with this event and to celebrate the First Anniversary of the launch of Radio Riel, commencing a series of anniversary broadcasts that will continue through the week.

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