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How to Start a Harry Potter Fan Club
Start collecting materials.There are some things you will certainly want:
- The entire series of books 1-7
- The entire series of movies 1-8
- Textbooks, etc (Quidditch Through the Ages, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, etc)
- A CD of your favorite Wizard Rock songs (or just put them on your iPod)
- Merchandise, like the Marauders' Map or the Time Turner
- A wand
- Bonus feature disks
Establish members.You can't have a club with only you and your friend! Ask around and see if people are interested. Contact people in your school, the library and bookstores. Once you see that people would want to come to your club, then proceed with the rest of the steps.
Work out the details.Here are some things to think about:
- Where will it be? Find an empty room you can use and make it Harry Potter-ish. Cover the walls in posters, display the merchandise, play Wrock at all times, have a movie playing on some sort of screen, and make everything blue, green, red, or yellow. Try to make it look like a common room, but with all four houses. Find wall stickers of things like the Hogwarts Crest, the Deathly Hallows, etc and put them on the walls.
- Think of a special time when you can hold a club meeting.For example, maybe every Monday for an hour after school? And you would also need a place to meet! Some suggestions for places would be a local park, a coffee house or the library. Also, maybe you can alternate places with friends. Like one day you could have it at your friend's house, the next meeting at yours, etc.
Advertise!Make posters and hang them up around town and on the local bulletin board. Send emails to all of your friends, informing them about the club! Post on several sources of social media including Facebook and Twitter (along with any other blogs you might have accounts with).
Plan out the meetings.You can read extracts from the Harry Potter Series, play Harry Potter video games, do Harry Potter trivia and it's better have many members. You're fans; you know what to do, right?
Make it fun for all members.You want to make sure all members of the group continue to be enthused right from the beginning till the very last meeting, so no group member ever misses any meeting.
Inspire others.With so many Harry Potter fans out there, there are some people who aren't. Perhaps get them to join the club too.
Compete in the fan club too.You club members shouldn't be the only ones to give feedback and perform duties and stuff.
QuestionWhat should we do at the first meeting?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThanks!
QuestionHow do I plan a Harry Potter movie night with my club?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerJust make some Potter-themed snacks, get out some movies, change the decor a bit and you're set to go.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I plan a Harry Potter movie night?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerGet all the movies together and make your favorite Hogwarts-themed treats (there are recipes online). Put on your uniform, get out your wand and invite some friends.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I start a club if I am just a kid?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou find friends who are interested in Harry Potter, get help from adults who also love Harry Potter (or love you enough to pretend to) and do the rest of the things in the article the best you can.Thanks!
QuestionWhat if my parents don't let me start a fan club?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIf your parents do not want you to start a fan club, try to convince them to let you. Ask them the reasons they don't want you to start one, and try to argue (politely) against these reasons. Try to come up with some positive aspects of the fan club to convince your parents (it encourages reading, it will help you make new friends, etc.).Thanks!
QuestionHow do I make a Harry Potter fan club if I have no meeting room?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerAsk some of your friends who are going to be in the club if you can hold meetings at their house.Thanks!
QuestionDo I have to do all of the steps?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo, you can make your own club the way you want it. Perhaps you hate the movies; in such a case, you wouldn't have to watch them. Your club can just be a few of your closest friends talking and quizzing each other about Harry Potter.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I purchase chocolate frogs?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerThey are sold in Barnes and Nobles stores. You can also buy them online.Thanks!
QuestionHow can I start a club if I'm the only Potter-Head at my school?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou could get people from school involved and interested in Harry Potter, and maybe soon they'll want to join your club.Thanks!
QuestionHow do I start a fan club when my parents don't allow it?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIf your parents don't allow it, then you kind of have to follow their rules. You could try teaching them a bit about it, and they may like it.Thanks!
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- Keep it a harry potter club, and don't let anyone change that. If they want to do a different club, then nicely tell them to go and do a different club.
- Be sure that you don't let just anybody in. It's kind of dangerous to have some random stranger in the club. You should at least interview them first.
- Read all the Harry Potter books and see all the movies.
- Make sure you have lots of snacks for your meeting.
- Make sure you clear this with your parents first. Chances are they will love this idea, though.
- Perhaps you and your friends could have harry potter character names like Harry, Hermione, Ron, Luna, Lily, and Ginny.
- Try to keep the peace. It won't be a good club if all of your members are fighting.
- If you want to start a Harry Potter club, but you are still in school or are a teacher, you could try starting a Dumbledore’s Army that meets immediately after school. This way, all of the Harry Potter fans in your schoolcanjoin and it has a better chance to be an instant success!
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