Kitely’s user community is celebratingÂ History MonthÂ this August to celebrate history-inspired builds and encourage people to build more. It will also feature a number of events each week including live music and dance.
Visitors can pick up landmarks and a HUD — heads-up display — at the History Month Hub each week to help them visit the various historical builds around the grid during that week.
Each week focuses on different historic eras and the related historical areas, full list available here.
August 1-6: Big Bang to Greeks andÂ Romans
Participants visited historical areas such as Necropolis, First City Eridu, and Palmyra Temple.
August 7-13: Medieval period,Â A.D.Â 500Â toÂ 1500
This week focuses on areas such as Celtic World, Medieval World, Vikingworld, and Worldâ€™s End.
August 14-20: A.D. 1500Â toÂ 1800
Featured regions include Pirateâ€™s Haven, Westworld and Micrographia.
August 21-27: A.D. 1800 to 1914
Featured regions includeÂ Westworld and Val Sancy.
History Month will also feature a number of eventsÂ including Kitely History Fest on August 14 from noon Pacific time atÂ History Month World and which will involve live music. An event featuring French Historical Poetry will be held on August 21 starting atÂ 10:30 a.m. Pacific time onÂ the Kingdom of FlorinÂ region.
Dances will also be held every Tuesday of the month at RISA IVÂ starting at 1 p.m. Pacific and at the History Hub regionÂ every Thursday starting atÂ 1 p.m. Pacific.
The final event will be The Grand Ball on August 28 at 11 a.m. Pacific onÂ the Kingdom of FlorinÂ region. Participants are encouraged toÂ wear historic clothing, withÂ costumes availableÂ for visitors to choose from.
Those interested in adding new historical worlds for the event can contact Serene Jewell in-world or at [email protected] for some lands and plots.
The hypergrid address is grid.kitely.com:8002:History Hub.
Read more aboutÂ History Month atÂ the Sign of the Kite website.
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