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Adventure awaits…

550+ games await your child at this half-day camp at the most fun place in Clintonville. Tabletop staff and local school teachers will help teach and play games. Game related crafts, group games, and other creative activities will be made available. RPG Camp will focus on playing role-playing games as well as sculpting and painting miniatures, map making, world building and more! Local game designers will join the camp for one week to discuss how they brought their idea to reality.

Available camps:

RPG Camp - June 17-21 & Aug 5 - 9
Board Games - July 8-12 & July 15-19
Game Design - July 29 - Aug 2

Details

  • Ages: 8-14 year olds

  • Monday - Friday

  • Drop-off: 8:30-9:00am

  • Pick-up: 12:30-1:00pm

  • Healthy snack provided

$120/week - Register Now

Camp will be overseen by two local school teachers and Tabletop staff.

Park Johnson - Park has worked in early childcare for 14 years, with a focus on play/project-based learning. Helping children reach an understanding of what interests them is a personal passion of his. He prides himself on maintaining great parent-teacher relations/partnerships.

Park’s spent the past two years running and managing an independent Dungeons & Dragons group for young gamers in Clintonville and offering a weekend class for emerging Dungeon Masters. In his spare time (when he has it) he mostly work on various D&D material, sculpting, listening to and playing music (ukulele), paint, and looking for new experiences.

William Reed - William has lived in Columbus since 1993.  Although his full-time job is as an elementary school teacher at St. Joseph Montessori School in the Short North, he also teaches martial arts to youth, and has two daughters. He runs a weekly board game club for 4-8th graders at St. Joseph.

He’s been a gamer since he was old enough to play “Candyland” and “Hi Ho Cherrio!” and enjoyes RPGs, iOS, and video games, as well as boardgames. William has the privilege of serving on the Board of the Columbus Area Boardgamers Society, where he has been an active member there since 2008.