Tolkien Reading Day

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From left: Tindome, Mart Juur, Pille Minev and Inwe reading The Tale of Beren and Lúthien on Tolkien Reading Day 2011 at the Apollo Bookshop in the Solaris Centre, Tallinn, Estonia.

Tolkien Reading Day is an annual event, launched by The Tolkien Society in 2003, that takes place on March 25. It has the aim of encouraging the reading of the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, and the use of Tolkien's works in education and library groups. The date of March 25 was chosen in honour of the fall of Sauron, in Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings.

The day was originally suggested by columnist Sean Kirst, of the Syracuse, NY Post-Standard newspaper. He has organized Tolkien Reading Days every year since 2008.[1]

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