Harry Potter Book Night is returning to East Riding Libraries in February and tickets for some events are still available.
Librarian Jess McCarthy explained: “Hogwarts is the theme of this magical night, and Harry the star of the show.
Join us in costume for fun and delight, and show us how much you know.
Bring your wand to practice your spells, find spiders, a Patronus and more
We may even manage a Quidditch game (although it might be played on the floor!)
Don’t forget to book your place; they sell out really fast,
It’s just £4 per child for this amazing event, you’ll have an absolute blast!”
This year, the mobile libraries will also be taking part in this magical night at Gilberdyke and Hutton Cranswick, which is great news for Potter fans in these rural communities.
The events for which tickets are still available are at:
Mobile library at Gilberdyke: Wednesday,30 January : 5.30pm
Driffield Centre: Monday, 4 February: 6.30pm
Mobile library at Hutton Cranswick : Monday, 4 February : 5.30pm
Hedon Centre: Thursday, 7 February : 6pm
Hessle Centre: Tuesday, 5 February : 5.30pm
Hornsea Library : 6 February : 5.30pm
Howden Centre: Wednesday, 6 February : 5.30pm
North Bridlington Library : 7 February : 6pm
Pocela Centre, Pocklington : 7 February : 6pm
Willerby Library : 7 February : 4.30pm
The events are most suitable for children aged between seven and 11. Booking is essential, and tickets cost £4 per child. Book online atwww.bridspa.com/libraryeventsorby telephone on 01482 392699
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