The pleasure of your company is requested at the Harry Potter Yule Ball. On Saturday, November 20, 2010 from 6:00 -10:00 pm, Wizards and Muggles alike will enjoy an evening celebrating the newest Harry Potter movie: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. This grand event will be held at Hogwarts the Huntsville Madison County Public Library. Guests from the Wizarding World are invited to wear their finest dress robes to this magical event. Be prepared to dance to wizarding tunes like Harry and the Potters, eat magical Harry Potter themed snacks, and enjoy activities related to the Harry Potter Books and Movies. Ticket sales start on November 15 and will be available at any of the twelve Huntsville-Madison County Public Library locations. Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the door. This is an alcohol free event. Wizards of Hogwarts age are invited to attend, but those younger than 14 must be accompanied by a ticket holding parent. Read more about Harry Potter Yule Ball
In this lively presentation exploring the events of 1621, author Diane Z. Shore, dressed in period costume and in Olde English language, tells about 17th Century America. Through the eyes of Ellinor Billington, a colorful and rather opinionated colonist, who along with her troublesome husband and two mischievous sons traveled to the New World aboard the Mayflower, Diane shares stories of the Mayflower voyage, that first year of hardship in the New World, and everyday life in Plimoth.
Includes a hands-on interactive demonstration of the 17th century European and Native American children’s toys and games. Come and play Hoop and Stick, Ninepins, Whip Top and more, and learn how to write your name with a real quill pen! It’s an entertaining and educational time travel that brings history to life. Read more about Ellinor Billington, 17th Century Pilgrim