Hufflepuff Pride Day
Any true Harry Potter fan knows that Hufflepuff is one of the four houses at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry and was founded by Helga Hufflepuff. This house is considered the most inclusive of the four houses and values patience, loyalty, hard work, and dedication.
It is a house that does not place value on any particular aptitude its members may possess. It is represented by a badger and symbolizes the Earth element, with yellow representing wheat and black representing soil.
The values of this house may compel some people to want to join it, and now they can, thanks to Hufflepuff Pride Day. This holiday falls on March 20th and encourages all Hufflepuff fans to come together and sort themselves into this house.
That’s easily done by wearing the house’s colors of yellow and black, enjoying Harry Potter movies, forming a book club dedicated to the series, or simply throwing a Hufflepuff party.
The History of Hufflepuff Pride Day
Since Hufflepuff is a fictional house in a fictional school in the fictional Harry Potter universe, we thought we’d cover the fictional history of the house. Hufflepuff was formed by Helga Hufflepuff.
Helga was born in the 10th century in Wales and was the first to give house-elves a home by bringing them into Hogwarts and protecting them from being abused and mistreated. The values of Hufflepuff very much embodied her values, which included honesty, justice, and loyalty.
Some Quick Hufflepuff House Facts
Okay, everyone who is reading about this holiday is likely a fan of Hufflepuff already, so we’re unlikely to come up with any facts that they probably don’t already know. That’s why we’re going to say that the following facts are for people who aren’t die-hard fans but still may want to participate in this holiday.
- The mascot of this house is the Badger.
- Hufflepuff dormitories are closest to the school’s kitchens.
- This house has the fewest dark wizards.
- Hufflepuff members are always ready to lend a helping hand.
Observing Hufflepuff Pride Day
On this day, every potential member of Hufflepuff is encouraged to come together and celebrate this holiday. Although we went over some ideas in the introduction to this holiday, those aren’t the only ways to observe this holiday.
People can also take the time to do a bit of Harry Potter role-playing by wearing the costumes of their favorite Hufflepuff House members. Superfans can also spread the news about this holiday online using the hashtag #HufflepuffPrideDay on social media.