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Hobbit Yule Calendar 2021 is coming!

posted Nov 10, 2021, 5:39 AM by Peppy Bristlebrush
By Pycella Woodberry

The days are getting colder and darker, but do not worry! The hobbits will do their best to keep your spirits high and merry, at least when it comes to the Hobbity Yule Calendar! For the last four years, hobbits and hobbit-minded folks have helped in the making of a yule calendar with daily surprises from 1st to 24th December. You can see the previous calendars here. The calendar has cheered up many folks in the past, and we hope to make it happen this year too. Everyone is welcome to help out! See below for some instructions.



Do you have something to share in the Yule calendar?

We are always happy to receive more entries for the calendar, so if you have something to share, please just send it over! You don't have to be a LOTRO player – just a hobbit at heart. The more hobbity the entry, the better!

Here are some examples of entries:
  • A Yule-themed picture, LOTRO screenshot, slideshow, drawing, or a video made by you
  • A Yule poem, story, or a song
  • An introduction to a local Yule tradition you’d like to share to other hobbits
  • Your favourite Yule recipe
  • Yule decoration ideas, riddles, games…

Feel free to get creative as well! Each entry is valuable, so don’t be shy to share your stuff.

Let the Quickpost deliver your entries to pycellawoodberry(a)gmail.com. Please send your entries as early as you can, so that the calendar preparations can be made in time.

 

This year's collective entry: yule creatures!

Each year, we put together a yule calendar entry with a common theme, sent by various people from all around the (Middle) Earth. For this year's collective entry, we would like to see your local yule creatures! Do elves, gnomes, reindeer and other special yule creatures and figures pop up everywhere just before yule? If you spot any, please send a picture or several! We'll make a merry slideshow of them and publish it in the hobbity yule calendar.


Please send your photos to the address given above. We prefer pictures taken by yourself, and make sure other folks don't show up there inadvertently. Please send the yule creature pictures on 15th December at the latest.

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