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Sunday Event Kicks Off College’s ‘Harry Potter’ Exhibit


Landon Wagner, 11, of Howard, and 8-year-old Allyson White, of Woolrich  grandchildren of Charlene A. Peter, secretary to the president  are photographed in costume for a commemorative 'READ' poster at Madigan Library Librarian Rhonda A. Fisher dons a witch's hat to accept registrants for door prizes Sugar mice (along with pumpkin juice and cookies) were among the day's Potter-inspired treats Assembling a Hogwarts puzzle on the library's second floor are, from left, Williamsporters Alyssa Gregory, Olivia Angevine and Maria Balestino Among those attending in wizarding garb were Dale and Stephanie Eichenlaub, son and daughter-in-law of Joann L. Eichenlaub, Madigan circulation services manager With nary the need for an “Alohomora” spell, a two-hour reception magically opened the Harry Potter’s World exhibit at Penn College’s Madigan Library, as attendees some in costume and all awash in music from the Potter movies viewed displays, enjoyed theme-appropriate refreshments and vied for door prizes. The exhibit, to be accompanied by a variety of activities on campus and in the community, will remain through March 26.

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