Follow the White Rabbit! It's on the Nook (Thanks, Barnes & Noble), in the form of a free screen saver. Actually, it's more than just the White Rabbit (various views); the screen saver actually rotates between the White Rabbit, the bad Knight, Alice, the Cheshire Cat, the very popular Mad Hatter (aka Johnny Dep), and the Red Queen.
And then head over to the Red River Theatre in East Grand Forks, buy a ticket and some cappucinno , and mingle with the White Rabbit.
And then head down the Rabbit Hole to see Disney's 3D Alice in Wonderland:
Doug and I saw this movie this past weekend, and I really liked aspects of the story line, in addition to the fun 3D aspects of the movie. I liked that there's a young 20-year-old female on a quest, being the heroine, and making strong identity choices for herself, rather than just doing what she's told to do. She has to find her own way, a create a self that will work in her world, true to her own vision. (She does stay on plan to fulfill the destiny written in the scroll, but as she repeatedly says, it's HER dream, and she actively makes her own choices, rather than waiting for rescue for from some prince.)
I wish the ending, outside the rabbit hole,in Victorian England, was just a tad stronger, but it's a great way to spend an hour and half! I have to admit, I'm probably going to be on the lookout for real life Tweedledums, and Tweedledees after seeing this, but hopefully there won't be many! Enjoy! Oh, and have fun watching the Oscars tonight.