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Children conjure up real-life Harry Potter magic

Published: Wednesday, July 9, 2014 12:45 p.m. CST
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Children including Shea Winchester of La Grange make their own cool aid drinks using various candies during the Harry Potter themed Science Day at the La Grange Library Monday.
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Vicki Rakowski assists children including Rhys Winchester of La Grange plant Mandrake seedlings during the Harry Potter themed Science Day at the La Grange Library Monday.
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Children including (left-right) Grace Deane, Claudia Mardegan, and Neeve Olson of La Grange use invisible ink to create things including Maurader's Map during the Harry Potter themed Science Day at the La Grange Library Monday.
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Children including Owen Delauriea and Kelsey Smith of La Grange make a potion during the Harry Potter themed Science Day at the La Grange Library Monday.

LA GRANGE – The La Grange Public Library invited children in third through sixth grade to come out and experience the science of Harry Potter on Monday afternoon.

Although there were no trips to Hogwarts, students learned about herbology, potions and more during the event, at 10 W. Cossitt Ave.

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