12th Annual Mole Day Celebration 2022 In Second Life

Marianne McCann has released event details via press release for the upcoming Bay City annual Mole Day event in Second Life. This year Mole Day will start at 11am SLT until 1pm SLT on Sunday 6th February 2022 held at the Bay City Fairgrounds in the North Channel region.

This is a great opportunity to thank all Moles for their hard work over the past year improving the Second Life user experience. Loads of improvements have been made in Bay City, Bellisseria, Nautilus City and other places around the grid over the years. This can be anything from building the grid’s infrastructure, adding premium continent like Linden Homes to exciting experiences. Bay City was their first such project way back in 2008 and every year since there have been many exciting events that have took place.

This year’s event will feature DJ GoSpeed of the KONA stream followed by a live performance by Ve Joyy at 12:00 p.m. SLT. You don’t want to miss this.

Here is the full press release below.


Marianne McCann
Bay City Alliance
marianne.mccann at gmail.com


Bay City Residents prepare for their fête honouring the Linden Department of Public Works.

BAY CITY, SL (16th January, 2022) – 
Now in its 12th year, Bay City’s annual “Mole Day” event will once be held this February as a way to salute the Moles and their many contributions to Bay City and the rest of the Second Life® Grid.

Traditionally, the Mole Day event is held on or around Groundhog Day: this year, it will be held on Sunday, the 6th of February, beginning at 11:00 a.m. SLT. This year’s event will feature DJ GoSpeed of KONA stream followed by a live performance by Ve Joyy at 12:00 p.m. SLT.

The event will be held in the Bay City Fairgrounds in North Channel. The event is open to all Second Life® members who enjoy the great works of the Mole, whether they hail from Bay City, Nautilus City, Bellisseria, or anywhere else in Second Life. Of course, Moles and Lindens are also welcome to join in the festivities.

[small editorial: When you join the party please don’t be disappointed when you do not see many with the last name Mole. The moles are there, trust me… -VF Bring molesnax!]

“Moles” are members of The Linden Department of Public Works (LDPW). The LDPW is a program focused on improvements related to the experience of living on, or visiting the Linden Mainland. The LDPW organizes teams of Resident builders, artists, and script creators (the Moles!) to create new content on Linden Lab’s behalf and to the benefit of all. These Residents have the last name “Mole.”

Moles essentially build all of the grid’s infrastructure: the public roads and railways, items in our coastal waterways and protected lands, and even larger scale projects like the Bellisseria regions, premium content and experiences, and much more. Bay City was their first such project.

Bay City is a mainland community, developed by Linden Lab® and home to the Bay City Alliance. The Bay City Alliance was founded in 2008 to promote the Bay City regions of Second Life and provide a venue for Bay City Residents and other interested parties to socialize and network. It is now the largest group for Residents of Bay City.

For more information, or special accommodations, please contact Marianne McCann.

Learn more about the Linden Department of Public Works here.


2 thoughts on “12th Annual Mole Day Celebration 2022 In Second Life

  1. Reblogged this on Thar She Blows! and commented:
    Of course, like each and every year, the active citizens of Bay City, under leadership of their preteen mayor Marianne McCann, will present the MOLE DAY tom celebrate all the wonderful buildings and infrastructure the moles have built for us to enjoy.

    Check out the Daniel Voyager’s blog if you please …

    Liked by 1 person

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