July 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm$12 – $58
7:00pm – 8:30pm Monday -Friday, July 22-26, 2019
Have you always secretly wished you could be a student at Hogwarts? Consider this your owl! During the week of July 22-26, while our whole building is decorated for our youth Hogwarts program, you can now come study with your peers. Seasoned professors will share their wisdom of wizardry with you. Attend one, a few, or the whole week!
Hogwarts 1: Book Discussion Chris Fanning July 22
Are you an adult that enjoyed Harry Potter (and rereading it, and bingeing the movies, and going on Pottermore)? Then you are in luck! This one-evening discussion group will cover themes and characters, Horcruxes and historical battles, wizarding schools and more! Bring a friend and come embrace your inner Hufflepuff, or house of your choosing.
Hogwarts 2: Herbology Angela Cannon-Crothers July 23
Come learn about the magical, mystical, and dangerous elements of herbology. We’ll celebrate the abundance of summer with items from a magical garden, as well as learn about the magical properties of every day ingredients, and you’ll go home ready for your next spell.
Hogwarts 3: Runes Paul Moyer July 24
Interested in learning the ancient secrets of wand-less spell casting? If so, then you’re invited to attend this beginners’ class on runes and rune magic. The course introduces wizarding students of third year and above to the runic alphabet known as the “Elder Furthark;” the different methods by which its symbols can be used to produce magical effects; and the employment of runes in the magical arts of divination, necromancy, enchantment, and charms.
Hogwarts 4: World-Building Workshop Meags Downing July 25
Congratulations! You are now the Head of your very own School of Witchcraft and Wizardry! In this class you will pick a location, design your school, decide the subjects, and hire a few professors then write a short story about a day at the school!
Hogwarts 5: That’s Not Fair! Reviving Our Favorite Characters Chris Fanning July 26
We’ve all had that moment while reading Harry Potter book—one of our favorites get Avada Kedavra-ed and we’re left broken and beat. Well, tonight’s the night to celebrate them! Let’s remember the good times we had: their heroic deeds, the times they made us laugh, and most importantly, the attributes that made them so memorable.