Dungeons & Dragons

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ABOUT THIS SERIES:

Is your child interested in fantasy, storytelling, or adventure? Dungeons & Dragons fosters peer connections and the development of social skills, mathematical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Kids who play D&D get to exercise their creativity while collaborating with others in an immersive, engaging environment. In this class, your child will be guided through the basic rules of the game, create their first character and play in a small-group campaign led by experienced game masters. Let’s roll!

No prior experience required. This is a 2-hour class with a 6:1 student: instructor ratio.

AGES: 11-13

DURATION: April 19 - June 7, 2021

MEETS: Mondays for 120 minutes

TIME: 4:30pm Seattle/ 7:30pm New York/ 9:30am Wednesday Sydney

COST: $54 per class, billed as an 8-class session

MATERIALS: One set of polyhedral dice

CANCELLATION POLICY: Classes are fully refundable until 24 hours after the first meeting.

INSTRUCTOR: David Lott

David began playing Dungeons and Dragons over 35 years ago, and was immediately taken by the storytelling and game mechanics. Over the years tabletop gaming has been the foundation of many of his most enduring friendships, including with his wife Jen. David has organized and run many simultaneous D&D campaigns, including one group which has played continuously for over ten years. When not running and playing in his numerous D&D campaigns, David spends his time developing fuel cell power systems for Plug Power. He has a Bachelor’s of Science in Chemistry and has been awarded over 20 patents covering all aspects of fuel cell technology. David has been an instructor at Satori Summer Camp teaching about fuel cells and alternative energy since 2014.

INSTRUCTOR: Jen Lott, MS

Jen is a Mental Health Counselor who works with university students in Spokane, Washington. She has been an instructor and counselor at Satori Summer Camp since 2003, and prior to that was a Satori camper herself. She began playing Dungeons & Dragons over ten years ago after meeting her husband David, and now she runs and plays D&D games both as part of her counseling work and as a personal hobby.

"We are so pleased to have found Bright and Quirky, and have especially loved being part of the Catalyst program where our daughter feels connected to other kids just like herself. Thank you!"

— Parent of a Catalyst Student