Capes? Check. Brooms? Check. Snitch? Check.
It's Quidditch time.
Wednesday was day two of Harry Potter Camp in Laguna Beach, hosted by Cho's Academy co-owner Dana Sara.
The day included spells, potions, a Quidditch match and a dark arts squirt gun fight.
Tuesday's activities included wand making, which many of the kids called their favorite activity.
Clad in a cape and tie, and wearing Harry's signature round glasses, Emily Baker was ready to catch the Golden Snitch.
"Quidditch today was awesome," the 11-year-old said. "It was like an exact replica of the game."
About to start sixth grade at Thurston Middle School, Emily has read all the Harry Potter books — except the seventh and final one — and has watched four of the movies on YouTube. Her last birthday party was Potter-themed.
She and a friend came up with the idea to make lanyards and sell them to save up for a trip to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter in Orlando, Fla.