Posted: Mon 20th Jan 2020

Updated: Wed 5th Feb

Witches and wizards can become Triwizard champions at Harry Potter celebrations in Wrexham!

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This article is old - Published: Monday, Jan 20th, 2020

Witches, wizards, muggles, and squibs of all ages are invited for an afternoon of magic and fun as the Triwizard Tournament comes to Wrexham.

On Thursday 6th February Wrexham Library will take a trip to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry for its annual Harry Potter Book Night celebration.

Visitors will get the chance to enter their name in the Goblet of Fire and become a Triwizard champion. They can also try the new treasure hunt, enter the free magic wand raffle and play various Harry Potter-themed games – including “Quidditch pong”!

There will also be Harry Potter crafts for all ages, either make your own house elf, or decorate a candle (16+ years, limited availability).



Find out what your name would be as a witch or wizard, which Hogwarts house you belong to, and try your hand at quizzes and Harry Potter activities, including a dragon design competition.

Waterstones will be selling Harry Potter merchandise, and there will be a chance to buy wizard cakes from local library café The Secret Garden!

All ages and magical abilities are welcome; children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult. No booking required. Fancy dress is encouraged!

The magical event will take place on February 6th between 3pm – 5.30pm at the Wrexham Library.

For any enquiries email rosanne.o’hagan@wrexham.gov.uk or call Wrexham Library on 01978 292090.



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