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Danielle Fortin <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 27 May 2021 12:05:19 -0400
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Are you interested in leading a campaign in Dungeons & Dragons, but have
been too intimidated? The Maine Library Association's Youth Services
Section is here to save you!

This multi-part series will lead participants through every step needed to
build and run a successful D&D Campaign at your library- or in your home!

Run by Chris Libby, the Adult Services Assistant at the Scarborough Public
Library. His experience with Dungeons & Dragons includes time as both a
dungeon master and a player, well as running Library D&D programs for all
ages (mostly teens, though). During the pandemic, he has run Dungeons &
Dragons programming online for the Scarborough Public Library, wrapping up
the 3rd campaign this May.

Register for one session or register for them all!

June 1st 10:00am - 12:00pm: We’ll take a brief tour of the history of
Dungeons & Dragons, and talk about why it’s a good library programming
choice. We’ll also cover available resources to help you run D&D

The money raised from this program helps fund the Lupine & Katahdin Awards
and fund other exciting YSS activities.

To register:

Danielle Fortin, she/her
Teen Services Librarian
McArthur Public Library
YSS Chair