What if a month.. - Gazette Issue 2&3 - 1423 S.R.

I was thinking of a very old song by Thomas Champion that starts with the line: What if a day, or a month, or a yeare..
And it made me think: What if a month was named after it's most outstanding day? Then I am pretty sure that February would be called Sweetheart's month and March Bullroarer's  Month!

And we celebrate all those special days, ofcourse! We had a Romance Dance Night and we will have a Bullroarer Took Friday this year. And there were and will be many more gatherings ofcourse: like fishing for trouts, and concerts in the OAKS series every month and the usual social gatherings in Michel Delving and Bywater. All are announced in this very newspaper, the Bramblebury Gazette.

This month we need to be careful again because of the fiddling with the clocks. Town-hole must have an entire filing cabinet filled with letters about that subject by now, many written by me, pleading to have the clock changing on the same date on each side of the Big Pond. But do they listen to that? I fear not.

In fact, I would not be surprised if that filing cabinet ...

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SPECIAL EVENTS

 DAY  DATE MONTH
TIME
EVENT
INFO
Saturday
 29April
19:30
Fishing Contest: Annual Salmon run, Brockenborings
 
Sunday
 30April
18:00
Tribute to Northmen, a concert.
More info
Saturday
   6
May
20:00
Election of the Shire May Queen and king
More info
Friday
 12May
19:30Green Dragon Friday nine years, warmup party
More info
Saturday
 13May
17:00
Third Forest of OAKS
More info soon
Tuesday
 16May
20:30
Pie Shop Lads (and Lassies) in Stock
More info
Friday
 19May
19:30
Green Dragon Friday nine years, main party
More info
Tuesday
 30May
20:30
Pie Shop Lads (and Lassies) in Frogmorton
More info


RECURRING EVENTS

 DAY  DATE MONTH
TIME
EVENT
LOCATION
Wednesday
  3
May
 19:30Night of the Muses
Michel Delving, Eldar Monument
Thursday
  4
May  19:30
Bird & Baby Yard Party
Michel Delving, Bird & Baby Inn
Friday
  5
May  19:30 Green Dragon Friday
Bywater, Green Dragon Inn
Monday
  8
May  19:30 Hobbit Market
Michel Delving, Crafter's Square
Tuesday
  9
May  19:30 Hobbit Market
Michel Delving, Crafter's Square
Wednesday
10
May 19:30Night of the Muses
Michel Delving, Eldar monument
Thursday
11
May  19:30 Bird & Baby Yard Party
Michel Delving, Bird & Baby Inn
Friday
12
May  19:30 Green Dragon Friday, warmup party
Bywater, Green Dragon Inn


For more events and information make sure to check the Hobbitcalendar!
All the above times are UK time. To get Servertime subtract 5
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Bramblebury
A thriving community of friendly hobbits, bustling with activity. Home and namesake of the Bramblebury Gazette and the Museum of Hunting and Fishing.


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Harville
Situated perfectly amongst the hills and vales of the River Har & Har Lake is the small, Southfarthing village of Harville.


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Home of the OAKS (Oldfurlong Amazing Koncert Series)


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