Westchester Square Library hosts Harry Potter Book Night
Westchester Square Library Hosts Harry Potter Book Night
(l-r) Library interns Jasmine Garcia, Rudina Sinanaj and Joslyn Toledo are big fans of the Harry Potter books.
Bronx children and their families didn’t need to travel all the way to Hogwarts for a magical time! The Westchester Square Library hosted its third annual Harry Potter Book Night on Saturday, February 9 in honor of the classic J.K. Rowling literary series. During the whimsical event organized by children’s librarian Yilda Rodriguez, children participated in several Harry Potter-themed activities including House Sorting, trivia games and arts and crafts to create different magical items found throughout the Harry Potter books.
(l-r) Westchester Square Library Staff Danny Collado, office aide III; Luz Marin, library manager; event organizer Yilda Rodriguez, children’s librarian; Donna Gray, young adult librarian and Moisella Long, office aide I.
(l-r) Excited participants Honesti Hernandez, Isaiah Ridriguez, Dienna and Deylin Wilson had a magical time reading about Harry Potter and his adventures.
Participant Tanisha Hossain created a Slytherin-inspired magic wand.
Participants Jannatun Enon (l) and Geinisi Santana showed off magic wands they created.
(l-r) Library interns Rudina Sinanaj, Joslyn Toledo and Jasmine Garcia displayed some iconic Harry Potter gear.
Event organizer Yilda Rodriguez (l), participants Isaiah Rodriguez and Dienna Wilson enjoyed of all of the props from the wizarding world of Harry Potter.
Posted 12:00 am, February 20, 2019