Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center
In celebration of the release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1, the Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center will host a series of magical events on Friday, November 26, and Saturday, November 27. All Harry Potter activities are included in the price of admission to the museum. A special presentation by the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program, The Owls of Harry Potter, is scheduled for Saturday, November 27, at 11 am. Meet three living owls from the RMRP, just like owls used as messengers in the Harry Potter books and films.
On Friday, November 27, the museum will present Harry Potter-themed StarLab Planetarium Shows, during which participants will find the stars and constellations that lend their names to Harry Potter characters. The planetarium shows will be at 11 am and 1 pm. Participants can make “Constellation Tubes” of their favorite Harry Potter-related constellations. At 12 pm, the museum will present a special Meet the Animals program featuring a snake, a toad and a rat.
On Saturday, November 28, in addition to the presentation by the RMRP at 11 am, the Museum will offer the Harry
Potter StarLab Planetarium Shows at 1 and 2 pm. Participants can make “Constellation Tubes” of their favorite
Harry Potter-related constellations. The Meet the Animals program featuring a snake, a toad and a rat will be at 12 pm. From 11 am to 2 pm, the museum will also offer Wizardology lessons, featuring science experiments that resemble a Hogwart’s Spells Class!
On both days, the museum will serve warm Butterbeer to visitors from 11 am to 2pm. Visitors will also be able to vote for their favorite HP book and character.
Special thanks to Fort Fun for their sponsorship of the Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center’s Thanksgiving Harry Potter Celebration.
The Fort Collins Museum & Discovery Science Center is located at 200 Mathews Street, Fort Collins. Hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 10 am – 5 pm, Sunday, Noon – 5 pm. 970-221-6738; www.fcmdsc.org.
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