In August 2014, a court ruled that a human photographer who owned the camera a black macaque used to take a selfie cannot claim copyright on the picture, using the same logic that says complete strangers don't own the copyright on a the picture you took of them standing in front of the Teddy Roosevelt butter sculpture at the state fair when they handed you their phone to use.
Now a U.S. District Court judge has ruled that the monkey doesn't own the photo either. PETA had brought the lawsuit on the monkey's behalf; the judged determined that the law doesn't specify that non-humans can claim photograph ownership, using the same logic that explains why your car doesn't own the copyright on the photo of you driving through a speed trap on the toll road. Also, since there are no monkeys in PETA, he had doubts about their legal standing to represent their client. (Sidenote: Does anyone actually know where the client is these days?)
The photographer insists he will appeal and win, since he intended to take a picture.
In other words: Black macaque selfie, still copyright-free.
Complimentary Knight Bus Trolley sponsored by Elfant Wissahickon transports Wizards and Muggles up and down Germantown Avenue (not to be confused with the Quidditch Shuttle to Chestnut Hill College
Daylong reading of "The Chamber of Secrets" with 40 readers (11-6?)
Sorting Hat Demonstration
Hedwig’s Hollow Selfie Park at Buckley Park
Human Chess game at Jenks School yard
Free marathon movie screenings of Harry Potter series
At least 4 places to get Butter Beer (Night Kitchen has the best one)
The Quidditch Tournament begins at 10 a.m. at Chestnut Hill Collegeand goes until about 6 pm Catch the complimentary Hogwarts Shuttle to travel between Chestnut Hill College and the Top of the Hill (The fest).
A shuttle stop on campus will be marked by a sign and have a host to answer questions and give directions. Shuttles will depart from stops every 12 minutes