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Published on January 8th, 2018 | by TLV News

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Ole Miss Bookstore will Celebrate Harry Potter Book Night

The fourth annual Harry Potter Book Night will be celebrated throughout the world on February 1 and at The Ole Miss Bookstore, we’re getting ready to host an unforgettable night themed around Fantastic Beasts. The fun kicks off at 5 pm and will continue until 7 pm.

On Harry Potter Book Night: Fantastic Beasts, we’ll be sharing the wonder of J.K. Rowling’s unforgettable stories and, most excitingly, introducing the next generation of readers to the unparalleled magic of Harry Potter. Here at The Ole Miss Bookstore, young wizards, witches and Muggles will be treated to an evening of beastly games, costume contest, and the Beastly Brain-teaser Quiz! It all begins when you pick up your Hogwarts acceptance letter by owl post, then get sorted into your house. We’ll be decorating the venue and creating some of our own Fantastic Beasts to take home, as well as serving up snacks inspired by some of the scrumptious wizard foods in the books.

Katie, the Trade Book Manager says, “We are so excited to be joining up with schools, libraries, other bookstores, and community centers all over the world to celebrate the fourth Harry Potter Book Night. We have always been fans of the Harry Potter series, and look forward to sharing the magic with everyone!”

This is a free event, open to the public. Free parking, snacks, refreshments, games, and prizes are all included in the fun! We are located at 1111 Jackson Ave. West, next to MalcoThe Local Voice Ligature

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