The magical world of wizards, witches and muggles will take over Stockton Central Library next month.
Harry Potter Book night is returning on Thursday 1 February.
The free event will give new and existing fans a chance to share the wonder of J.K Rowling’s unforgettable stories.
There will be fun for all of the family, including a fancy dress prize draw, face painting, chess, indoor archery, a chance to make a wand and much more.
A magician as well as birds and animals from the Kirkleatham Owl Centre will be among the special guests.
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Arts, Leisure and Culture, Councillor Norma Wilburn, said: “Our Harry Potter book nights are hugely popular and I urge anyone who would like to come along to book their ticket as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
“It’s set to be a magical evening and is a fantastic opportunity for all the family to have some fun, enjoy the wonderful world of Harry Potter and even win some fabulous prizes!”
Tickets are available to book online at www.hpbnstocktonlibraries.eventbrite.co.uk
4pm to 5pm is an autism friendly session tailored for visitors with an autistic spectrum condition who would like to attend during a quieter time. Doors will be opened early to ease arrival.
5pm to 7pm is general admission. Tickets for both sessions must be booked in advance.