Springfield’s Wizarding Weekend

Travel to the Heritage School of Wizardry. No floo powder needed.

 Springfield’s Wizarding Weekend is a Harry Potter-themed event on September 28th, 2024. We’ll be transforming the Heritage Center Museum into a wonderland with opportunities to hone your spellcraft and learn about Clark County’s magical history. 

NOTE: The Heritage Center Museum will be closed from Thursday, September 26 to Tuesday, October 1 to allow our house elves to prepare for these events!

Saturday Afternoon – Open House

Festivities kick off Saturday afternoon with our Open House: Professors will welcome witches, wizards, current students and alumni alike back to the Heritage School of Wizardry. Guests will have the opportunity to get sorted into their houses, meet & greet their local owls, participate in some specialized crafts and activities, and compete for house points.

Saturday Evening – Wizards’ Ball

The fun continues on Saturday evening with our Wizards’ Ball, which is reserved for adults 18 and up. We’ll have a cash bar (for those with proper ID), candy bar, dinner, dancing, dueling and house points contests, classes, games, and more!



FREE parking is available next to the Heritage Center (south of the Heritage Center building), behind CoHatch (north of the Heritage Center building), behind the Masonic Center, across from City Hall, and at the corner of W Columbia & N Fountain.


ATMs are available at nearby banks like KeyBank, Park National, Richwood, and Wes Banco.


There are multiple places around to eat in the downtown.

  • Un Mundo Café is located within the Heritage Center off of S. Fountain Ave.
  • CoHatch (next to the Heritage Center) has multiple options like Chido’s Tacos, All Saints Grill, Jo’s Deli, Ironworks Waffle Café, Hikari Sushi, and Crust & Company.
  • There are even more eating options on N Fountain Avenue. These include Fratelli’s, Stella Bleu, Charlo’s, Champion City Pops Sweets & Treats, Le Torte Dolci, and Salato Deli.

Frequently Asked Questions

No knowledge of Harry Potter is required! The Heritage School of Wizardry has its own houses, house heads, and lore.

All manner of witches, wizards, and warlocks are invited from all fandoms. 

All ages are welcome! However, our Wizards’ Ball is restricted to 18 and up.

You don’t need a digital or print ticket! Just check in at the museum lobby to grab your wristband, program, and map.

Follow us on Facebook! All registered attendees will be emailed additional details about their events.

Thank You to Our Sponsors!

(And our partners!)

Grand Sorcerers

Chief Warlocks

Senior Ministers

Eddie & Laurie Leventhal

Photos from Previous Years

Springfield Wizarding Weekend is a community-wide event. It is not endorsed, sanctioned or in any other way supported directly or indirectly by Warner Bros. Entertainment, the Harry Potter book publishers, or J.K. Rowling and her representatives.