The Peacock Prom

Post writ­ten by Mr. Rudolpho Wood­get

Did you miss your Prom? Or did you go with the wrong per­son? This Sat­ur­day, you can right that wrong at The Pea­cock Prom, to be offered at The Bash­ful Pea­cock, Cale­don Well­sian, on Sat­ur­day, May 17. For the con­ve­nience of our glob­al com­mu­ni­ty, the prom will be held twice: from 10 am to 1 pm and again from 7 pm to 10 pm (all times SLT).

The lawn will be orna­ment­ed in keep­ing with the theme of “May Flow­ers,” select­ed by Prom Chair, Mr. Jayle­den Miles. Guests are encour­aged to bedeck them­selves hon­our­ing the beau­ty of a Cale­don spring.

This SLURL http://slurl.com/secondlife/Caledon%20Wellsian/213/210/23> will take you to the Cale­don Well­sian tele­hub, whence you can fol­low the red bea­con over the moun­tain to the north­east cor­ner. The Trans-Cale­don Rail­way also stops just out­side The Bash­ful Pea­cock.

What North Amer­i­cans call the “prom,” a for­mal dance mark­ing the end of the school year, has its ori­gins in the Prom­e­nade dances of nine­teenth-cen­tu­ry Eng­land, a tra­di­tion which has flow­ered in the beloved Proms con­cerns. Radio Riel will car­ry us through the cen­turies from the light clas­sics of Cale­don’s time to the high school dances of our typ­ists. We are delight­ed that Her Grace Carn­taigh, Gabrielle Riel, will grace our event a Mis­stress of the Musicks. Tune in on http://music2.radioriel.org.

The Queen and King of the Prom, cho­sen by prom guests will be crowned at 12:00 pm and 9:00 pm. At that time, the guests who most beau­ti­ful­ly embody the theme of May Flow­ers will also be hon­oured.

The Bash­ful Pea­cock is Cale­don’s gath­er­ing place for ladies and gen­tle­men who pre­fer the com­pa­ny of ladies and gen­tle­men, respec­tive­ly. (And are like­ly, there­fore, not to have had the prom of their dreams.) All of Cale­don’s friends and rel­a­tives are most wel­come at all of our events. Cou­ples of any com­bi­na­tion are wel­come to the prom (even male-female cou­ples!) as are those who wish to attend with­out a date. (We wish those guests the best of luck in find­ing dates at the Prom.)

Bring the flower of your life and cel­e­brate the romance of a spring night and the mag­ic of a love song.

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