Memorial Day Game Camp

by 

New York Society of Play

Ages

7 - 13 yrs

Dates

Mon, May 31, 2021

Time

9:00am - 3:00pm EDT

Location

776 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222

Instructors

Marielle M., Walid R., Evan J.

Capacity

12 students

Discounts

Sibling Discount


Class Experience

Come join the New York Society of Play for our Memorial Day game camp featuring our new live-action roleplaying game: Fantasy Frontier!

Fantasy Frontier is a game that combines physical activity, item collecting, navigation, and role-playing into a game experience unlike any other. In Fantasy Frontier, the park becomes an imagined fantasy world filled with quests, monsters, and hidden treasures. Kids will engage in foam sword battles with various enemies (played by our staff) to complete quests and collect items for future adventures. As the game progresses, more areas of the fantasy world are unveiled, and more game features are unlocked such as blacksmiths, merchants, dungeons, and natural resources. By the end of the summer, children will become epic heroes in a story of their own creation!

In addition to Fantasy Frontier, we will also offer demonstrations of other activities planned for our summer program.

Pick up and drop off will happen at The Last Place on Earth (cafe).

Notes

IMPORTANT NOTE: We are taking every precaution to ensure a COVID-safe environment including mask-wearing, hand sanitizer, and temperature checks.


Location

McCarren Park

776 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, NY 11222


Meet your Instructors

Marielle M.

I have a B.A. in Creative Writing from Brooklyn College with a focus on Fiction. I chose to work in childcare because making a difference for a kid – in any way possible – makes all the difference. I strive to be the person that a younger me needed as a child. The kids at the NYSoP are absolutely incredible. They come up with stuff that always has me on the edge of my seat. They have boundless creativity. In my free time, I like to play video games and crochet.

Evan J.

I hold a BFA from NYU in Drama with a minor in mathematics and computer science. I chose to work in childcare because I love working with kids and playing games. For me, the most inspiring part of working at the NYSoP is getting to watch students who are new to D&D discover the magic of collective storytelling. In my free time, I play an excessive amount of video games and film videos with my friends.