Your whole family is encouraged to join us for a free Geeky Family Game Night, suitable for all ages. We'll bring our favorites, including some of our special games like Harry Potter Apples to Apples and Monopoly. You are also welcome to bring your own favorite games. We'll provide the butterbeer and a few other snacks, but you are also encouraged to bring snacks to share (it's not a potluck, it's a snack-luck!). Join us for some magic & fun!
(This is not a drop-off program. At least one parent should stay with elementary-aged kids. Tweens and teens may attend on their own.)
The Imaginorium (www.imaginethekey.com) is an educational organization that provides fantasy-based theatrical immersive programs in Providence and Warwick during the summer and school breaks. Game Nights are a free and fun way for geeky families to get together and hang out all year long.
We are so grateful to our rental venue, All Saints Episcopal Church. We offer several of our programs in this rental space during the year, and they allow us to offer our monthly game nights here as well.
Whether you choose to join us as a baker, a taste tester, or a judge (you judge with donations - it's a fundraiser for our scholarship fund!), we hope you will join us for warm fun and fellowship! This "baking" contest is a chance for families to make all the fun Hogwarts goodies at home and share and compare them for fun and prizes. We've got three categories:
* Cauldron Cakes & Cookies: Any type of cake, cookie, or brownie
* Honeydukes Sweets: Any dessert item that does not fit into the category listed above, including drinks
* Every Flavor Savory: Non-sweet, savory items
If you want to enter as a contestant you have to sign up in advance at this link: (https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0448a9aa23a7fd0-great).
1. Participants should sign up in advance. A $5 donation is requested per participant.
2. ALL ITEMS MUST BE HOMEMADE (at least mostly).
3. The item must be fully prepared and ready to serve.
4. All items must be made with help by children or youth. Parents may help as needed but this should be a family project.
5. All items must have some connection to Hogwarts and/or Harry Potter and should be labeled with their fun Hogwarts name. Do not put the name of the student on the label.
6. Items should be able to be eaten in small portions easily. If serving utensils are needed, they should be provided.
7. Each student may enter more than one category but only one entry per category. Separate kids in one family may make individual entries.
8. ALL ENTRIES MUST HAVE THE RECIPE AND INGREDIENTS ATTACHED. Do not tape recipe to bottom of plate.
9. Baked goods will be judged by the audience who will vote for their favorites with tickets purchased with donations. Items with the most tickets in each category win the prizes and the item with the most tickets overall will win the grand prize. Prizes will be determined based on participation.
10. Participants may begin setting up at 3:30. Audience may enter at 4 pm. Participants must be present during the awards (at 6 pm) to receive prizes.