Laura Zitzelberger of Nature's Nursery in Whitehouse shows a horned owl to Harry Potter fans during a portion of the Harry Potter Festival in the Dorsch branch of the Monroe County Library. Also on display were snakes and rats. The event in Monroe was billed as the largest Harry Potter Festival in Michigan.
nbrall hpfestival14p 7/14/2007 The Blade/Herral Long Elizabeth Woeliner 9 in Potter atire. Summary: NOTE: CITY DESK WANTS THE OPTION TO USE ONE SHOT OF THIS FOR SUNDAY'S PAPER, DEPENDING ON HOW MUCH SPACE THERE IS. KIM SAYS IF THERE'S NO SPACE, Please photograph the Harry Potter Festival in Monroe. It's billed as Michigan's largest Harry Potter Festival. We are interested in: the Quidditch tournament 1 to 3 p.m. Quidditch demonstration in St. Mary?s Park the owl demonstration at 2 p.m. Live Owls, Snakes and Rats presentation, at Dorsch branch of the Monroe County Library ~ the luggage cart relay race Noon and 4 pm.. Races take place in parking lot at South Monroe and First Street _______________ THE BLADE/HERRAL LONGEnlarge
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Elizabeth Woeliner, 9, dressed in Potter attire, listens to the presentation. 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' is to be released Saturday at 12:01 a.m. It is the seventh in J.K. Rowling's fantasy epic.
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