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‘Exploring Middle-earth’

‘Exploring Middle-earth’

is the theme for the weekend around which events and attractions will be based. For example there will be a mobile ‘Cirith Ungol’ climbing wall for all ages to attempt and visitors are gently encouraged to attend in costumes reflecting the many cultures of Tolkien’s Middle-earth. There will be a costume parade on each day with prizes for the best adult and junior costume. We hope visitors will gently absorb the information on offer about the geography of Tolkien’s Middle-earth, and there will be the usual attractions of music, drama and traditional craftsmanship for fans and new visitors alike to enjoy.

The weekend is an event suitable for fans of Tolkien’s stories, for children and their families and anyone who enjoys a festival with an ‘old-fashioned’ feel about it. Literature, music and drama can be enjoyed as well as plenty of hands-on activities.

The Tolkien Tent has information for fans and those interested in the history of the area in which Tolkien spent his childhood years. The Craft Tent has home made crafts for sale for souvenirs or gifts and the Activity Tent hosts a variety of workshops for all ages. Rangers will be on hand to inform visitors about The Shire Country Park.

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Shire Productions present the ‘Middle Earth Weekend’. THIS WEEKEND May 16th – 17th 2009 at Sarehole Recreation Ground, Cole Bank Road, Hall Green, Birmingham. Admission is free. For more information visit www.shireproductions.co.uk

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10th to 12th April, Mons, Belgium

10th to 12th April, Mons, Belgium

These are very exciting times indeed, and FAE magazine will have a stand in Belgium at the Trolls and Legends Fantasy Festival on 10th to 12th April.

Brian and Wendy Froud will be at the festival alongside other artists, authors and film makers. Plus Woodland (organisers of Faerieworlds) will be performing on the Sunday evening, and Daemonia Nymphe will be playing on Saturday night with Qntal. The line-up is amazing, and this promises to be a truly magical and enchanting event! There are lots of hotels nearby, and easy to get to as well, click on the banner or link below for further info.

www.trolls-et-legendes.be

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Photograph copyright 'madebymart' 2009

Trixie & Faerie Moe on the FAE Magazine stall at Elf Fantasy Fair 2009.

Photograph copyright Rick McPie 2009

Photograph copyright Rick McPie 2009

Faerie Moe on the FAE Magazine stand at Trolls & Legendes Festival 2009

Methow Valley, Eastern Washington, USA

Methow Valley, Eastern Washington, USA

The Fairy Congress is an annual gathering held in the Methow Valley in Eastern Washington since 2001. This year’s theme is “Coming Home to the Magical Connection of Nature”. www.fairycongress.com

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Saturday 4th April 2009

An ALL day event that transforms Freighthouse Square’s Raineer Room in Tacoma WA into a magical fairy forest. Guest artists include Amy Brown and many more, see website for details. www.springfairyfestival.com

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Wednesday 11th March 2009
Celebrate the full moon with the Faeries. Feel the wonder of the connection with the Faerie Kingdom as you learn more and develop your own personal relationship with the Fey. A workshop aimed at those people who already feel connected to Elphame and want to learn more. Visit www.gaeacourses.co.uk/faeries.html

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March 28 – 29 2009
The Summerland Ranch, Bonita Springs, Florida, USA Visit www.myspace.com/flfaeriefest

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The international premiere of a half hour film of an extraordinary Cornish fairytale. Teenage Cherry sets out to seek adventures and romance, but inadvertently becomes nursemaid in a fairy household. Who is Aunt Prudence? Why are the baby’s eyes so bright? Can Cherry resist her handsome new master? A tale containing deep wisdom about the nature of love relationships – or just come to revel in the ravishing images of Dartmoor and the rugged Cornish coast.

The Chagford Filmmaking Group is dedicated to making films of British fairytales – traditional stories rooted in the British landscape. www.fairytalefilms.co.uk

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Gabor Csupo (‘Bridge to Terabithia’) directs this adventure based on the classic children’s novel ‘The Little White Horse’ by Elizabeth Goudge. Dakota Blue Richards (‘The Golden Compass’) plays Maria Merryweather, a 13-year-old girl who is forced to move in with Sir Benjamin (Ioan Gruffudd), the eccentric uncle she never knew she had, following the death of her father. Uprooted from her London life and transplanted to the ancestral home of Moonacre Manor, Maria finds herself in a mysterious world out of time, populated by strange characters and mythical beasts. It’s not long before she discovers that there is an ancient story around the founding of the family estate that will have a profound effect on her destiny….link

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Fantasy Ezine is the new quarterly online magazine for lovers of fairies and fantasy. There will be four issues per year, packed with interviews and features with the biggest names in fantasy art, films, books and music today. The first issue features cover art and an interview by Joseph Corsentino of Time of the Faeries and also includes a profile of fantasy artist Ash Evans, messages from the fairies by Fiona Murray of Elemental Beings and much, much more. Visit www.fantasyezine.com for more info.

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ISBN 978-0-7869-5140-6

Step inside the secret world of faeries

You can’t get there on purpose. You won’t find it on any map. And you can’t take the same road there twice. But the world of faeries is very real — from the underground workshop where brownies craft toys to the enchanted forests where pixies play stickyball. You may never want to go home again! Visit www.wizards.com for more info. ww2.wizards.com


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