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Introducing the Epiphany Marketplace!

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Epiphany MarketplaceYou may have noticed a new structure on Epiphany Island.  Following up on an idea presented to us by a community member, we are in the early stages of setting up a venue that will enable community members to sell some of their creations on our land, with a portion of the proceeds going to the Anglicans of SL Treasury.  As we have noted here before, we depend entirely on volunteers to run the activities on Epiphany Island and on donations from the community and visitors to meet the land payments needed to maintain the sim.

We also think this will be a great way for us to get to know one another a bit more, by sharing our creations and creative inspirations with one another.  Each Marketplace vendor is invited to provide a notecard to be made available in a dispenser next to their Market space, in which they can share a bit of background about themselves and their creations, and also information about any other shop venues they may have in SL.  Please note, you do NOT have to have an existing shop within SL in order to participate in this.

I have already set up one vendor in the Marketplace (located next to the Community Center), containing a few items that I have created for this venture.  You are invited to stop by to take a look at how the vending system and display will look.  If you are interested in taking part, you may touch the sign at the Marketplace for an informational notecard, or contact me for more information, as well as to answer any further questions you may have.  We look forward to your participation in this exciting endeavor!

3 thoughts on “Introducing the Epiphany Marketplace!

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  2. This looks good,Cady. Where is it ? I have looked around but I can’t find it. Well done to the person who suggested it. Thank you, Cady, for setting it up.

    • The Marketplace is behind the Cathedral, at the south end of the Community Center. There is now a sign with a landmark on the noticeboard at the front of the Cathedral. Hope you find it ok.

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