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Have you always wanted to party with Harry, Ron, and Hermione? Thanks to the Appreciation Society, you might finally get your wish.

Read more: 11 Places To Take A Date In Toronto Who Really Loves Harry Potter

On February 2nd, join your fellow wizards and witches at a full blown Harry Potter dance party. Upon arrival, you and your friends will be sorted into a house and given  Harry, Ron, Hermione, and Draco masks. Butterbeer pitchers and firewhisky shots will be served all night long, as well as regular "muggle" beers on tap.

If you're still pining after the Hogwarts letter that never came, we're guessing the next best thing is to drown your sorrows in a pitcher of Madam Rosmerta's famous Butterbeer with your fellow HP fanatics.

The venue and DJ have not yet been announced, so stay tuned to the event's Facebook page for more info.

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