But it was a lot of innocent fun and really a great pleasure to see people having such fun.
At the middle of the evening there was a Kidditch match, which seems to pitch wizards and witches into battle.
Otherwise the evening saw the whole Rat City crowd given an outing after selected for teams in three Potterine school houses. And required to do odd things or do dressups by the casting of spells paid for in fundraising. These are photos by Debra Carlsen (dizruptive photography), one of the Rat City photographers.
|in which the head referee is obliged to become a jammer and breaks though the blockers very well|
|in which for once the head referee (son-in-law) and our daughter find themselves together in the melee|
|In which the head referee explains the technical boundaries |
after a spell has been cast (by donation of money) requiring that the blockers only block by tickling
|The obligation to be so dressed fell to several, in this case this jammer threw the blockers aside with ease.|
Less fortunate was the jammer required to dress thus AND go backwards AND dance
|a measure of fun, our 63 lines up to be a jammer|
It's good to see such happy. (From here on back to my photos.)