Herbs, spells, and house elves at the library

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Atlantic County Library System/Brigantine held a Harry Potter Day for kids ages 8 to 12 on Friday, June 29 and Saturday, June 30. Deputy Headmistress Sue Wick, of Brigantine, teaches her Herbology students about chocolate mint. Pictured are Maria Mastrando, 8, and Francesca Mastrando, 10, both of Brigantine; Christopher Rowan, 8, of Galloway; and Michael Hazzard, 11, of Brigantine. Deputy Headmistress Sue Wick, of Brigantine, teaches her Herbology students about chocolate mint. Pictured are Maria Mastrando, 8, and Francesca Mastrando, 10, both of Brigantine; Christopher Rowan, 8, of Galloway; and Michael Hazzard, 11, of Brigantine.

Defense Against the Dark Arts professor JoAnn Schailey practices spellcasting with fellow Brigantine resident Nicky Stroby, 10 Defense Against the Dark Arts professor JoAnn Schailey practices spellcasting with fellow Brigantine resident Nicky Stroby, 10

Junior Prefect Jonathan Cohen, 10, and second-year student Dana Cohen, 8, both of Cherry Hill, meet house elf Dobby of the wizarding world. Junior Prefect Jonathan Cohen, 10, and second-year student Dana Cohen, 8, both of Cherry Hill, meet house elf Dobby of the wizarding world.


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Deputy Headmistress Sue Wick, of Brigantine, teaches her Herbology students about chocolate mint. Pictured are Maria Mastrando, 8, and Francesca Mastrando, 10, both of Brigantine; Christopher Rowan, 8, of Galloway; and Michael Hazzard, 11, of Brigantine.

Defense Against the Dark Arts professor JoAnn Schailey practices spellcasting with fellow Brigantine resident Nicky Stroby, 10.

Junior Prefect Jonathan Cohen, 10, and second-year student Dana Cohen, 8, both of Cherry Hill, meet house elf Dobby of the wizarding world.


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