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(Left to right) Sarina Smith, Katie Sieka, Shane Romberg and Jackie Drees await the pitch during Loyola University’s Lumos! Quidditch Club event at Frankfort Public Library on Sunday, April 8. Rochelle McAuliffe/22nd Century Media
Sarina Smith, Tommy Sieka, Jackie Drees (back) and Sophia Giampaolo skirmish off the pitch during Loyola University’s Lumos! Quidditch Club event at Frankfort Public Library on Sunday, April 8. Photos by Rochelle McAuliffe/22nd Century Media
Jenna Tuckerman and Ian Coon of Loyola University laugh as Leah Milosovic (back) throws a ball. Rochelle McAuliffe/22nd Century Media
Jackie Drees attempts to score as Leah Milosovic plays keeper during Loyola University’s Lumos! Quidditch Club event at Frankfort Public Library on Sunday, April 8.
Rochelle McAuliffe, Freelance Reporter
4:22 pm CDT April 11, 2018
For anyone that’s gotten lost in a fictional book, living out that world seems like the genre – fantasy. However, on Sunday, April 8, the magic of Harry Potter was lifted off the pages and brought to life as witches and wizards of all ages gathered at the Frankfort Public Library to learn the basics of Quidditch with players from Loyola University’s Lumos! Quidditch Club.