September 22 is the birthday of the famous hobbits Bilbo and Frodo Baggins, and has come to be known as "Hobbit Day". If you're wanting to take one day this year to honor the fine race of hobbits, read this for some ideas!
Plan a Long-Expected party with fellow hobbit fans!
Make sure that your festivities include a good amount of food--either a large meal or a variety of snack foods.
Small but creative gifts (toys, trinkets, small musical instruments) should be given to the guests.
Everyone should take their shoes off at the door!
If you have a large tree in your back yard or in a nearby park, consider making it the "party tree".
If the party is in a house, put up pictures/decorations with a hobbit theme.
Choose a passage about hobbits from one of the books to read aloud together. This is a very important steps because it distinguishes this party as a hobbit party, not just a fun get-together with friends.
Play games like putting a hobbit name on each guest's back and making people figure out who they are.
If you do not think your friends would be very interested in a Hobbit Day celebration, celebrate the day in your own way. Walk around barefoot for the day, eat about six meals, or make a Hobbit Day T-shirt to spread awareness. Consider making flyers to hand out to friends and acquaintances to help them understand the importance of this day.