Dungeons & Dragons
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The Hero Workshop is an interactive storytelling workshop where we use role playing games like Dungeons and Dragons as a framework for our epic tale of adventure where the students are the heroes. Everyone in the group will design their own Hero by thinking deeply about what it is that makes someone a hero, and what kind of powers they would like their hero to have. Then we will learn about creating an adventure, and take our Heroes on an imaginative adventure using the fantasy worlds of Dungeons and Dragons 5th Edition ruleset.
This class also explores more advanced Dungeons and Dragons skills, including creating encounters and learning how to be a Game/Dungeon Master.
Here are a list of concepts that students are exposed to in the Hero Workshop:
The Hero's Journey
Making decisions as a group, and cooperation
Cartography (map-making, and map-reading) Basic Math and Statistics reinforcement
Logic Puzzles in games
Role Playing Game Design
What makes a Scenario interesting?
Day of the week: Fridays
Class time: 2:30 - 4:30
Instructor: The Hero Workshop
The Culinary Dude's Culinary Education - Fall Seasonal Cooking
Farmers around the world grow most of the produce we eat. In this session we will be creating a variety of recipes which you might make if you lived on a farm. We’ll be utilizing seasonal produce and making a few other farm favorites. Let’s get our farm on!
This is a 100% hands-on culinary experience and includes a combination of fun, health, safety, nutrition, and a focus on teamwork in order to get each class’s recipes completed. Because your children are not numbers to us, our focus is to cater to each child individually, help them where they need improvement and make sure they have fun!
Depending on the collective maturity & responsibility of the group as a whole, we may or may not be requiring the collective to wear face masks during food preparation. The goal of this is to ensure that the results of any spontaneous sneezing or coughing by the child is interceded immediately and the remnants are not added to the food the child is making. If instilled, we offer a “mask break” to the kids upon request. This means that the child moves away from the food preparation area, sits or stands, takes their mask off until ready to rejoin the group. This has worked well in all programs during and after the pandemic and gives the kids a great sense of what food safety & sanitation are all about. Click Here to read about our Covid protocol for our classes & camps.
Day of the week: Fridays
Class time: 2:450 - 3:45
Instructor: Scott Davis - The Culinary Dude