All the books and movies are out, but local Harry Potter fans have something new to look forward to.Later this month, the Gracie Theatre in Bangor will host a parody of the series called Potted Potter. It’s a two-man show on all seven Harry Potter books.But before it takes the stage, the theatre is getting promotional help from some animals who are pretty common in the wizarding world. Live owls from Birdsacre Sanctuary will be at the Bangor Public Library this weekend for kids to come see.”The man who does the program is going to bring three owls: a great horned owl, a saw-whet owl, which are those little, tiny ones, and a bard owl. He’ll be discussing for about 45-50 minutes a program that talks about the owls, their personalities,” explained Jeri Misler, Managing Director at the Gracie Theatre.Attendees will have the chance to win one of three pairs of tickets to Potted Potter.The owl program is free. It’s taking place on Saturday, January 5 at 11:00 am in the Bangor Public Library’s children’s section.Potted Potter will be performed Sunday, January 27 at 3:00 and 8:00 pm at the Gracie Theatre on Husson University’s campus in Bangor. Click here for more information.