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Free outdoor showing of FOTR in SW Fla.

Shadowfaxfan
Rivendell


Feb 25 2007, 10:39am

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Free outdoor showing of FOTR in SW Fla. Can't Post

  Greetings!
I wanted to let anyone who may live in the South Florida area know that the City of Bonita Springs will be doing a free showing of The Fellowship of the Ring on Saturday, March 3, at 7:00 p.m. at the Riverside Park off Old Rt. 41. It is suppose to be a family picnic atmosphere. Your own blankets and beach chairs are the available seating. There will be concession stands stands selling food and drink. I still need to call and find out more info(like is it the the original or extended version etc.). Anyone interested in finding out more info may contact me through the Private Message option. I am new to the board and still learning the ropes but I wanted to post this as soon as possible. Take care, Karen




Altaira
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Feb 25 2007, 6:46pm

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Welcome to TORn Shadowfaxfan! [In reply to] Can't Post

Sounds like a lot of fun. I tagged along with Aunt Dora Baggins to a few outdoor showings at the school where she teaches (they showed it on the side of one of the buildings) and at the Red Rocks Ampitheater outside of Denver. They were both a lot of fun!

Thanks for posting this here, and welcome to the boards! Smile


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RosieLass
Valinor


Feb 26 2007, 4:26am

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The Red Rocks showings were awesome. [In reply to] Can't Post

But those stone step seats were heck on my back...

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Shadowfaxfan
Rivendell


Feb 27 2007, 9:57am

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Thankyou for the welcome! [In reply to] Can't Post

Thankyou for the welcome! I have been coming to the website for a couple of years now and just never managed to take the time to get onto the boards. This new board is so much more inviting!!!! It took me a couple of days to set up my profile- perfectionist combined with being far from perfect at computer literacy. But I am learning and this board is full of really nice people. I go to a weather forum during hurricane season to see what the pro meteorologist have to say and some of the guys there are pretty mean to each other. So this board is a welcome change!



Lossefalme
Gondor


Feb 27 2007, 4:49pm

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That sounds really fun. [In reply to] Can't Post

Too bad I live in NE! I'll be there in spirit, though. Enjoy - and welcome to TORn!

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Daughter of Nienna
Grey Havens


Mar 4 2007, 7:25pm

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Aloha `oe! Shadowfaxfan *waves* [In reply to] Can't Post

We have had lengthy talks already on PM
but I just wanted to give you a formal welcome on the boards.

Ke aloha nô!

Come join us in the reading room, we are currently discussing Tolkien Art for the next several weeks. Just introduce yourself as new to the board in some thread that interests you and make a comment or two on the topic, and you'll get some warm welcomes there too.

It gets a bit 'heady' sometimes, but not most of the time, but very interesting. Questions and new thread of an interesting book related topics are welcome too. The sticky on top tell about the current schedule discussion. I am leading the discussion on Alan Lee at the end of this month, March.

haven't had time to respond to latest PM, will soon.

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(This post was edited by Daughter of Nienna on Mar 4 2007, 7:39pm)


Shadowfaxfan
Rivendell


Mar 5 2007, 5:06pm

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Aloha `oe! Daughter of Nienna*Puts Plumeria Lei around your neck!!!* [In reply to] Can't Post

Thankyou for the welcome. I still need to go and formally introduce my self but I can't seem to get out of the art section!!! I love looking at everyone's work! I have been googling LOTR items for years and have now realized that some of the most beautiful work is done by the fans that I have this past week and 1/2 found here on this board and not just what is found on the New Line and the Noble Collection sites.
Thankyou for the invite to the reading room. I look forward to the discussion on Alan Lee. Take care, Karen
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Daughter of Nienna
Grey Havens


Mar 5 2007, 6:26pm

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*smells wonderfull frangrance* Mahalo â nui [In reply to] Can't Post

A lovely way to wake up. Mahalo
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