Wizarding in the Wild West

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One of the most popular activities we host at Wizarding in the Wild West is our feasts and dinners.  We have a variety of special occasions were we have groups meet and enjoy the evening together. We provide entertainment by way of a fortune teller and a bonfire.

Currently we hold many different feasts or dinners for the following purposes and occasions:

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At the Blackburn Boarding House for Witches, Ghouls, and Monsters, we celebrate the ancient traditions of the old world as reflected in the Wheel of the Year. Tickets to these events are sold through our social media channels. We can host up to sixteen visitors per evening. These meals are professionally catered. Potential participants may call in advance to reserve a spot before the event is posted.

Yule- winter solstice, Dec 20, Christmas (longest night)

Imbolc- evening of full moon preceding January 31, beginning of spring

Ostara- March 20th, Spring Equinox, begin planting

Beltane/Walpurgisnacht- evening of full moon preceding April 30th

Litha- June 21st, Summer Solstice (shortest night)

Lughnasadh- evening of full moon preceding July 31st, Harry Potter's birthday, First harvest

Mabon- Bilbo Baggin's birthday, (beginning of Autumn)

Samhain- evening of full moon preceding October 31st, Spirits of the Dead

Blackburn Academy

of the

Magical Arts

We personally cater the meal for our school feasts. We provide two appetizers, two drinks, roast chicken, rolls, one sweet, and one savory salad, cheesecake, ice cream, and one more dessert! (vegetables need not apply) We put the clurichaun (house elves) of our European counterparts to shame!

Tickets to these feasts are sold through our social media channels, and we can host up to sixteen students per event. Students may also reserve a spot by calling us ahead of time.

Beginning of Term Feast- night of September 1st.

End of Term Feast- night of June 1st.