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The Shire to Fornost: Day 1, Field trip farewell party

A thousand years ago, the free people stood against an ancient evil in the northern city of Fornost. What really happened? What was the role of hobbits during the battle? Where the heck is Fornost anyway? For answers to this and more, join the 13th hobbit historical field trip!

Date: 
March 3rd, 2017
Time: 
7:30PM UK (2:30PM servertime)
Location: 
Plough and Stars, Brockenborings

Bramblebury Burrow Crawl

Time for another burrow-crawl! Let's go visit the burrows in Bramblebury! And bounce on the local beds, that goes without saying...

Date: 
February 26th, 2017
Time: 
7:30PM UK (2:30PM servertime)
Location: 
Bramblebury homestead, The Shire (meet inside the village, near the homesteads gate)

Lecture with The Professor

The Blue Mountains Regiment is happy to invite all free folks to a lecture with The Professor!

 

 

Date: 
February 21st, 2017
Time: 
3 pm ((servertime))
Location: 
New Scholar Hall, Bree

Minas Tirith Sunday!

Often held at what is called the Splinter Shield in the Soldiers Tier of Minas Tirith, every Sunday anyone in the city of Minas Tirith is welcome to come join along for casual RP.  Bring music, poetry, stories, and friendly conversations with you for a friendly time.  Soldiers, blacksmiths, servants, maids, and so on are all welcome.  From dining and socialising among the High Command in the common tavern to gambling with the fighting young soldiers below the pantry, feel free to enjoy many different types of people.  

Date: 
February 19th, 2017 - February 18th, 2018
Time: 
4:00pm Servertime (EST)
Location: 
Splintered Shield, Minas Tirith, Gondor

The Romance Ball

As the cold winds an' snows start ter fade, the first signs of spring are waking all round. Tis the time when a young hobbits mind turns ter thoughts of finding that special someone ter share their cozy burrow with, or just ter make new friends!

What better place then a dance, ter shake off the cobwebs of winter and join in the first stirring of Spring and possible romance. Come alone or bring a friend, who knows what the night will bring?

Shire Rose invite you one an' all ter their Annual Romance Dance. 

Get out yer bestest dresses and suits, prizes will be awarded to the best couple/maiden/lad.

All welcome as Romance is fer all.

Date: 
February 18th, 2017
Time: 
7,30 PM (GMT)
Location: 
The Methel Stage, Hobbiton Bywater

"Polnolunie" presents: concert "Crazy Tales of the Shire"

“Polnolunie” presents the second part of their collection of Shire’s tales.

Date: 
February 18th, 2017
Time: 
1:00 pm servertime/6:00 pm GMT/19:00 CET/21:00 MSK
Location: 
Bree, Prancing Pony Stage

The Wedding Feast of Thrandili & Byli

Dwarves from far and wide, and good natured friends of all races are most welcome to the wedding feast of Byli and Thrandili.

Date: 
February 12th, 2017
Time: 
21:00
Location: 
The Bear & Barrel Inn, 2 Highspires Street, Brandfell Homestead, Thorin's Halls

February OAKS…Instant Play, Our Backyard Treasure

Please join us fer a happy party wit all the smokes, drinks, and fun dancin ya could ever want!

 

 

Date: 
February 11th, 2017
Time: 
Eight bells in the evening ((20:00 UK time / 21:00 CEST / 15:00 server time))
Location: 
the town square of the Oldfurlong neighborhood in the Shire homesteads ((Altfurch in Deutsch / Longuevieille en français))

January OAKS--One Last Smoke wit Radagast's Pipe

So let's ALL .....hobbits, dwarfies, elufs, and humans two....join t'gether fer a grand party ta send off this awesum band in a proper fashion!

Date: 
January 28th, 2017
Time: 
Saturday January 28 at eight bells in the evenin (20:00 UK time / 21:00 CEST / 15:00 server time)
Location: 
town square of the Oldfurlong neighborhood of the Shire homesteads (Altfurch in Deutsch / Longuevieille en français)

Meduærn - Eorlingas Feast

The Mead-Hall as a symbol of good and order, the good life, were warriors and locals of the town are safe, and eat, drink and sing. The feast is a formal celebration oft marked by ceremonial gift-giving. The Eorlingas loved eating and drinking and would often have feasts in the Hall. The food was cooked over the fire in the middle of the house; meat was roasted and eaten with bread. After the feast a minstrel would play a harp and sing songs of battle and their ancestors. Warriors would gather in the presence of their lord to boast and tell stories. They drank ale or mead, a strong drink made from honey. People often drank too much, so feasts were often noisy and sometimes ended in fights!

Come share your stories and meet old friends, or make new!

Date: 
January 27th, 2017 - January 27th, 2018
Time: 
7 PM, GMT
Location: 
Mead-hall of Forlaw, Lornsettle