Muggles and wizards alike celebrated all things Harry Potter Tuesday night in Rochester.
The Rochester Public Library hosted a Harry Potter book night with all kinds of activities relating to J.K. Rowling's series.
Kids could practice their quidditch skills, guess what was under Hagrid's beard, and make a wand.
Lots of aspiring wizards showed up in their best robes and other costumes.
"I think a lot of kids now have parents who grew up reading Harry Potter, and the characters and the make believe worlds are something kids can really identify with still and I think that's what kind of makes it a classic," said Sarah Joynt, Teen Librarian.
The teen library Council organized the event.
It's part of a world-wide celebration started by a publishing company.
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