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Quidditch Comes To The Hamptons

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A player jumps through one of the hoops before a Quidditch game. Photo by Jonathan Sanger.

A player jumps through one of the hoops before a Quidditch game. Photo by Jonathan Sanger.

The start of a Quidditch game. Photo by Jonathan Sanger.

The start of a Quidditch game. Photo by Jonathan Sanger.

Players battle during a game of Quidditch. Photo by Jonathan Sanger.

Players battle during a game of Quidditch. Photo by Jonathan Sanger.

By Carol Moran on Jul 18, 2012
Quidditch, the magical sport straight out of the world of Harry Potter, has finally made its way to Quogue—and community members are invited to participate in the sport of wizards... more

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