Six-year-old Desi Gomez-Charles creates a bookmark in Gryffindor colours on Harry Potter Day at the Nanaimo North Library. The Sardis Library is presenting its ‘Back To School At Hogwarts’ event on Aug. 26. (Greg Sakaki/ Black Press)

Harry Potter-themed day returns to Sardis Library in Chilliwack

Get all your wizarding needs taken care of at Back To School At Hogwarts

Calling all Muggles!

Back To School At Hogwarts is returning for one magical day only at the Sardis Library on Monday, Aug. 26.

Stop by to get all your wizarding needs taken care of before heading back to school. Wizarding events include:

For teens: Use your Potterheads to break into lock boxes and be entered to win a grand prize.

For kids: Take part in the scavenger hunt to be entered to win a grand prize.

For everyone: Practice your magical skills at the spell station; get sorted into a house and be entered to win a prize; bring a 1.5” by 2.5” photo and make a wand permit; dress up in your finest wizard gear and be green screened to Hogwarts, plus much more.

Back to School at Hogwarts is at the Sardis Library on Monday, Aug. 26 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

READ MORE: Harry Potter experience coming to the FVRL Sardis branch


 

@PhotoJennalism
jenna.hauck@theprogress.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Get local stories you won't find anywhere else right to your inbox.
Sign up here

Just Posted

Trail density has gone down in Chilliwack from last weekend’s overcrowding

Follow all the health rules and consider visiting some of our lesser known trails, says mayor

SLIDESHOW: From cheerful messages to donated flowers, life in Chilliwack carries on through pandemic

Photos show how life has changed for students, businesses and caregivers as community deals with COVID-19

Snowfall warning issued for Coquihalla Highway

20 to 25 cm expected from Hope to Merritt

VIDEO: Chilliwack artist launches free online festival to connect people worldwide to the arts

The Virtualian Festival was launched last weekend by Brunella Battista and runs every Saturday

Chilliwack doc tells it like it is from inside the ER

‘Stay home. It’s working,’ says ER doctor in a Q&A discussion, ‘And please don’t worry.’

Trudeau rejects mandatory stay-at-home order for now; COVID deaths up

The virus has now infected more than 10,000 Canadians and cost 130 their lives

Dogs are property, not kids, B.C. judge tells former couple

Court decision made on competing lawsuits over Zeus and Aurora — a pit bull and pit bull cross

B.C. senior gives blood for 200th time, has ‘saved’ 600 lives

There was no cutting of cake for Harvey Rempel but he’s challenging youth to start donating blood

Trudeau commits $100M to help food banks amid COVID-19 crisis

Funds will help ‘urgent food needs’ for Canadians awaiting federal emergency benefits to kick in

Captain America joins friendly Abbotsford Spider-Man to take down trash

Local garbage crew bringing smiles to city amid pandemic

Couple won’t self-isolate after returning from overseas: Cowichan by-law

New law requires 14 days of self-isolation when returning to Canada

How well can cell phones carry COVID-19? Disinfecting may be wise

‘You want to keep it as clean as you would normally your hands’

3M pushes back on Trump administration call to stop sending N95 masks to Canada

3M says it has already been turning out as many of the N95 masks as possible

B.C. health care workers gain access to virtual health care options

During COVID-19 many clinics have closed, leaving health care workers with nowhere to turn

Most Read