What Harry Potter activities could you like this month? This roundup of events offers a Harry Potter quiz, magic workshops that must not be named and delicious witch drinks.
Celebrate Harry Potter Month at Beekley Library
Harry Potter Month takes place throughout the month of February at Beekley Library in New Hartford, Connecticut. Stop by the library to win treasure hunt prizes, and you’ll receive puzzles and coloring pages to take home.
Also takes place a Harry Potter quiz night on February 25 at 7:00 p.m., which is organized by the library. The event is happening online, so make yourself comfortable at home with your friends and subscribe to the Zoom link now.
Prizes include a $50 gift card for Barnes & Noble, as well as treats from Honeydukes.
Workshops that should not be named
Discover the hidden sorcery shop filled with licenses Harry Potter merchandise; Plus, her magical workshops are back and available to book now.
Head to Little Shop of Horrors in Melbourne, Australia from February 26, where you can reserve a spot in a Harry Potter– inspired workshop. The choices are between Wandlore, in which you can create your own wand with the resident wandmaker, and horticulture, which involves consulting with the resident herbalist. Tickets cost AU$35 (US$25) and can be booked online.
Harry Potter Drinks and running
Evil Genius Beer Company in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, celebrates the opening of Harry Potter: The Exhibition by launching a beer inspired by the wizarding world.
Harry Potter: The Exhibition arrived at the Franklin Institute on February 18 (read our report about it here!), and to celebrate, the brewery released its special-edition butterbeer.
It’s LeviOSa, not LevioSA is a blonde beer with vanilla caramel grading 6%. The beer is made with natural flavors and tastes sweet thanks to the roasted and caramelized malts used in the brewing process. It will be available exclusively at the brewery, either on tap or in the growler.
Until March 20, the company will also offer two Harry Potter–inspired cocktails: the Throwing Snowballs at Voldemort (a butterbeer slushie with vodka) and the Defrosting Broomsticks (a martini inspired by butterbeer).
Evil Genius is also offering a 0.5k charity run on March 12 at 12:30 p.m., which will be hosted by the Hogwarts Running Club. Tickets are $30 and include a free print and loot bag, bottle openers, and more. Proceeds from this event will go to the charity Trans Lifeline, which provides emotional and financial support to transgender people.
Tickets for the event can be bought online.
If you are hosting an upcoming Magic Event, you can submit it for inclusion in a future roundup of events by sending all relevant information to [email protected]