That we are up to no good.
And finally downtown for the Party That Shall Not Be Named, after finding ourselves in broomstick-to-broomstick traffic, circling parking decks for nearly a half-hour.
Already, the streets are lined with Harry Potter fans in full costume, and Jefferson Street closed in front of Anderson's Bookshop around 1:30 p.m. Street closures weren't planned until after 2 p.m., Downtown Naperville Alliance Executive Director Patti Roberts said.
Have your Floo powder at the ready. Travel by portkey or apparition, if you're licensed. Even Ron Weasley's Cleansweep 11 broomstick would be better than driving downtown.
But for all you Muggles, additional parking is available at the Burlington Commuter Lot at Washington Avenue and Fifth Avenue, the Municipal Parking Deck at Eagle Street and Aurora Avenue, Naperville Central High School at Aurora Avenue and West Street and the Central Parking Deck on Chicago Avenue.