Taruithorn Termcard, Hilary Term 1997

Meetings will be held in Lecture Room 2, Christ Church College at 8 pm unless stated otherwise. Please bring food and drink to appropriate meetings.

First Week - Friday 24th January - PANCAKE PARTY
The now traditional it's-not-pancake-day pancake party will take place in Christ Church GCR. Meet at Tom Gate 7:50pm; please bring a topping and drink.
Second Week - Friday 31st January - BIFURCATED MOOT
It's decision time as the Society splits between the ice rink (see Alex for details) and the literary Nigglings.
Third Week - Friday 7th February - SPEAKER MEETING
Sally Bijl will be entertaining us, and especially the Hobbitish faction, with a talk about food in Middle-earth.
Fourth Week - Friday 14th February - CULTURAL EVENING
The Society bifurcates again! Choose from the Rambert contemporary dance company (see Alice for details), or OU Chorus and Orchestra performing Berlioz's Romeo et Juliette (see April).
Fifth Week - Friday 21st February - PUBMOOT
Nothing too strenuous this Friday (see below...). Meet at the Eagle and Child at 7:30pm.
Fifth Week - Saturday 22nd February - THE VALINOR AND FIRST AGE BANQUET
The highlight of everyone's social calendar; come as anyone within or without the Circles of the World during the First Age. More details on the booking form appearing soon.
Sixth Week - Friday 28th February - SPEAKER MEETING
Dr Julian Bradfield, the ex-editor of the National Society special interest magazine Quettar, will be giving us an introduction to Elvish languages.
Seventh Week - Friday 7th March - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Yes, it's that time of year when members old and new attempt to clamber up the ladder of responsibility. Witness fights to the death for the coveted post of Wrexham Liaison Officer! See the constitution make its annual appearance! NB: The AGM and the speaker meeting may be interchanged.
Eighth Week - Friday 14th March - LONG-AWAITED PARTY
Supposedly the time when the committee are bid farewell, except nearly everyone's staying...but when has Taruithorn ever needed an excuse for a party? More details later in the term.