Welcome to the MyMiddle-earth Community Crier

The latest information on network shows, community events, announcements, and network resources.

Network Shows | Events | Jobs & Announcements | Tools of the Trade

Network Shows

Middle-earth Network Live Shows

Tuesdays at 10 AM Tolkien Professor
Tuesdays at 9:30PM Random Fandom
Wednesdays at 8 PM Grail Quest Book’s “The Quest Cast”
Fridays at 9 PM Warriors of the Westfold
Fridays at 10PM Beer and Popcorn
Saturdays at 9:30 PM A Casual Stroll to Mordor


15694552-happy-new-year--celebration-cardTuesday is New Year’s!

Join Random Fandom at 9:30PM EST to ring in the New Year!

Random Fandom Blog


Wednesday, January 2nd at 8:00pm EST


The Questcast has begun a new series about writing and storycraft, using C.S. Lewis’s Preface to Paradise Lost as a guide. Tune in Wednesday for part four.



Wednesday, January 2nd

Windy Acres Ranch

Windy Acres Ranch Riding Team – Formation riding practice at the Horsefields north of Bree, every Wednesday at 9:30pm ST.

Riding Team Extra Practice – Optional formation riding practice at the Horsefields north of Bree, every Saturday at Noon server time.

cstm_logo_smallThursday, January 3rd

Final Day of the Yule Festival

January 3rd is the final day of the Yule Festival! Make sure you turn in all your tokens and buy up all the goodies you were hoping for soon!


Friday, January 4th at 10pm EST

Beer & Popcorn Podcast:

We’ll be discussing one of the classics of anime, Princess Mononoke.

Beer & Popcorn Blog


Saturday, January 5th

Eat like a Hobbit Day.

If you live near Austin, TX, check out Eat Like a Hobbit Day! The party they host each year is held on the Saturday nearest Tolkien’s birthday.You’ll get to watch all 3 Lord of the Ring films (extended edition, of course) and eat the 7 traditional Hobbit meals throughout the day. The primary purpose of our party is to raise awareness about hunger in our local community and raise money for the organizations that are doing something to help.


Sunday, January 6th

Fellowship of the Creeps

Every Sunday at 4pm Andang leads the Fellowship of the Creeps, the scourge of the free peoples on the Landroval server.  Check out his YouTube channel for past episodes.


Weekly Screenshot!

Check out thechadillac’s work in All Points Bulletin.


We’re Expanding our Fellowship and we need YOU!

Please contact us if you’re interested in any of the follow positions.

  • Web Programmer with expertise in php and mysql
  • Linux Apache Web Server Administrator
  • Illustrators specializing in manuscript illumination or Celtic, Insular, Anglo-Saxon or Gothic styles
  • Calligraphy artists
  • Craftspeople specialising in leather bookbinding

Defenders of Middle-earth!

Become a TRUE Defender of Middle-earth! Middle-earth Network has grown tremendously in the past year and we have many exciting projects underway in film, music, and media that we have the opportunity to invest in, and make a reality. We are inviting anyone who is interested in growing our Community and would like to make these projects an integral part of MyMiddle-earth to Join the Fellowship!

Tools of the Trade

Free Teamspeak Server

If you are looking for a way to organize interactive events for your group on the Network, your kinship in LOTRO, or you just want to hang out, check out our free Teamspeak server. It’s a great way to plan and discuss upcoming events with the friends you’ve made here at MyMiddle-Earth.
Teamspeak server instructions

What is the Community Crier?

The Community Crier is the MyMiddle-earth weekly update on the latest events and announcements happening within our community. If you would like your event listed here and mentioned on the companion Community Crier radio segment, please submit a Calendar Event to the appropriate Group (e.g. if you are hosting an event on the LOTRO Landroval server, post a calendar event in the Landroval Group and we’ll get it added here) or if there is not a Group created for your event, you may leave a comment below. The most recent Community Crier events and announcements can always be accessed at communitycrier.me.