Rat Pack Tribute @ VdC Featured on Show Time Magazine

The Hospice was magically transformed from an Irish Glen for St. Patrick's Day to a ballroom on the Mississippi River with a view of the St. Louis skyline. The year was 1965 and Johnny Carson, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis, Jr., and Frank Sinatra took the stage for a charity event. The dance floor was filled with many that either remembered the music from the 50s and 60s or just enjoy great classics! Suki (Suegeeli Decuir) wrote about her experience on Showtime Magazine!

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Interfaith Peace Service: Your Life is Your Message

♥ Spiritual rather than Religious ♥ 

Our Sunday services are dedicated to learn to practice peace one step at a time, one choice at a time, one day at a time. Through our daily peaceful choices and actions, the noble and courageous spirit within each of us expresses itself as the skills, wisdom and character of a peaceful sentient being. This is how we each, in our own way, move the world in a direction of peace.


Opening Video:
https://youtu.be/OnygJsL8dHE

Get Ready to Sell Your Fleas!

If you have gotten involved with Gacha for any length of time, you probably have quite a collection of duplicate items as you tried again and again to get that "rare" one. Well, don't trash it! Sell it at the Bourgogne Flea Market! For only 100L/week, you can rent a stall to sell your no copy/transferable items and display up to 25 prims for each stall rented. These items are not restricted to Gacha products. Contact Ayla or Bedrich if you are interested.

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Rat Pack Tribute Coming to Ville de Coeur!

StageOne Productions presents a "Rat Pack Tribute" performance on Sunday, 20 March, at 12 noon SLT at the Hospice de Bourgogne in the Ville de Coeur.

A group of friends in New York in the 1950s gathered in the home of Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall that included well-known names such as Frank Sinatra, Judy Garland, David Niven, Katarine Hepburn, Spencer Tracy, Cary Grant, Rex Harrison, and others. They were known as the "Rat Pack", after a comment by Lauren Bacall. Bogart died in 1957, and the name "Rat Pack" was no longer used by the group.