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June 20-22, 24-26

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Applications open in March

Applications for O.W.L. Camp 2024 will be open March 1-31

Applications for O.W.L. Camp 2024 will be open March 1-31. Youth must be ages 11-18 and have a county library card.

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RSVPs are now open!

Redeem that RSVP code now! Please have a your student's County Library card, your student's last name, and the RSVP code from your acceptance letter to confirm your details and desired date.

HOW do I receive an RSVP code?
If you applied and were randomly selected to attend O.W.L. Camp, you should have received an acceptance letter in the mail or an email notification.

WHEN do I need to RSVP?
All RSVP codes lose their magical power at midnight on May 31. If you miss this deadline, you may send us the age and full name of the student for waitlist consideration. An email notification will be sent if we have an opening.

For those who missed the deadline, check out the Magic and Mayhem programs happening at many branches in July, or mark your calendars to register for O.W.L. Camp next March.

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Applications have closed.

Check your email and home mailboxes in May for acceptance letters!

What if I missed out?

For those who missed out, look for the Magic and Mayhem programs happening at many branches in July, and mark your calendars to register for O.W.L. Camp next March.

O.W.L. Camp is a free community event with limited capacity.

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First Year

( Entering 6th Grade )

Thursday, June 20

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First Year

( Entering 6-7th Grade )

Monday, June 24

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Second Year

( Entering 7th Grade )

Friday, June 21

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Third Year

( Entering 8th Grade )

Tuesday, June 25

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Fourth Year

( Entering 9th Grade )

Saturday, June 22

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Fifth Year

( Entering 10-12th Grade )

Wednesday, June 26

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What to Expect

Have you been anxiously awaiting your O.W.L. letter? Do strange things tend to happen when you’re around?

Overview PDF

O.W.L. Camp is a free, one-day STEAM-based wizarding camp for youth ages 11–18 with a County Library card. It's your chance to geek out with other Harry Potter fans and attend magical wizarding school for a day. Be prepared to experiment, learn, connect, play, and create.

Submit your application to discover if you are a Muggle-born Witch or Wizard. Selected students will receive an O.W.L. letter with instructions for finalizing the application. Failure to finalize the application by May 31 will void your O.W.L. Camp acceptance.

Upon arrival at O.W.L. Camp, you will be invited through platform 9 ¾, visit the Trolley cart, and exit onto the school grounds. You will be sorted into your class, and you will stay with your class throughout the day. Classes may include topics such as Potions, Magizoology, Astronomy, etc. You will have opportunities to win or lose class points, interact with characters, and meet new friends.

We solemnly swear you won’t forget your day at O.W.L. Camp!
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Location

The County Library's Viridian Event Center | 8030 S 1825 W, West Jordan, UT 84088

Meet Our Professors

Only the finest professors provide instruction at O.W.L. Camp. We would like to thank our past and returning professors who contribute content, curriculum, resources, and teaching.

Clark Planetarium

Clark Planetarium’s mission is to inspire and engage minds by connecting people to the wonder of the universe.

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HRW Creations

HRW Creations love to create props, costumes, and characters. See if you can spy them at O.W.L. Camp as Professor’s Snape and McGonagall.

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Loveland Living Planet Aquarium

Loveland Living Planet Aquarium is dedicated to inspiring people to explore, discover, and learn about Earth’s diverse ecosystems.

Natural History Museum of Utah

Natural History Museum of Utah illuminates the natural world and the place of humans within it.

Red Butte Garden

Red Butte Garden’s mission is to connect people with plants and the beauty of living landscapes. They have a vision to create a community that understands, values, protects, and is enriched by the world of plants.

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Tracy Aviary

Tracy Aviary and Botanical Garden is committed to inspiring curiosity and caring for birds and nature through education and conservation.

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University of Utah College of Pharmacy

One of the College of Pharmacy’s sustaining principles is to promote and model lifelong learning, professionalism, and community service.

To learn more about their program, visit: College of Pharmacy | University of Utah Health
Utah's Hogle Zoo

Utah’s Hogle Zoo is an AZA nationally accredited zoo. Their mission is to create champions for wildlife.

Wasatch Community Gardens

Wasatch Community Gardens envisions a community where everyone values and has access to growing and eating healthy and delicious food.

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Equity, Access, Inclusion

The County Library is committed to providing equal access and opportunity, and we strive to create inclusive atmospheres, programs, and spaces for the diverse needs of the community.

Should your student require ADA accommodations, please notify us through your registration/ticketing, or no later than 48 hours before the scheduled event. Salt Lake County’s ADA policy is available online Americans with Disabilities Act - Human Resources | SLCo

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