Tolkien Reading Day, March 25th.
This year’s theme is Friendship.
If you love J.R.R. Tolkien’s stories and would like to contribute to Tolkien Reading Day, and you can attend one or more of the listed dates please contact Peter for details.
Mobile: 0437 353 254
Four Libraries have invited us to present something to celebrate Tolkien Reading Day in March.
Logan North Library – Saturday, March 21st, 10:30 a.m.
Indooroopilly Library – Wednesday, March 25th, 4-5pm
Fairfield Library – Thursday, March 26th, 5-6pm
Carindale Library – Sunday, March 29th, 1-2pm
Friendship Readings, History of Tolkien and his books. Poetry, Music, Songs, Trivia, Role Playing, Slide Show Presentation.
• Can you help with any of these?
Tolkien Reading Day takes place on the 25th March and commemorates the date on which Frodo and the Fellowship were successful in destroying the One Ring and defeating Sauron. Tolkien Reading Day takes place worldwide in an act of international fellowship in recognition of the achievements of John Ronald Reuel Tolkien. Anybody with a copy of his works can take part and it is a great way for children to be introduced to Tolkien’s works for the very first time.