Dungeons and Dragons EXTRAVAGANZA Night
Have you ever wanted to learn to play Dungeons and Dragons? Come along and learn from our pro’s Cal and Georgia. They have spent weeks planning and developing D&D to suit even the most inexperienced player. If you are an expert in Dungeons and Dragons come along and test your skill against our masters!!
For those who aren’t interested in D&D we will have other games to play. Come and join our teens community for a night of fun and chatter.
This is a popular monthly group, for secondary students aged between 13 to 18 years, assisted by our peer mentors, while parents and carers get to catch up nearby.
Our young adult leaders Callan, Sunny Veronica encourage the new teens on the night, while our parent leaders support and welcome everyone to the group. Please don't forget to sign-in on arrival. Parents need to remain at the venue just in a different area.
Costs: Free (to members of Aspergers Victoria, or first-time attendees)
7:00 - 9:00 pm Friday, 23rd November 2018
Activity for Teens:
- Dungeons and Dragons games
- Board Games for non D&D players
|What to Bring:
- Yourselves! We have the games. Or if you have a favourite game you would like to share, feel free to bring it along.
Aspergers Victoria volunteers with lived experience run all meetings and welcome new families. All group leaders have a Working With Children Check. Refer to our Groups page for more information.
Our teen attendees should be able to manage in the group setting independently, with no carers present in the Teen group. Our Teen group peer leaders are very encouraging and welcoming with their peers. Please introduce any new teens to our Leaders on the night.
This group is for Aspergers Victoria members only. If you are not a member you can come try the group and then join Aspergers Victoria at https://aspergersvic.org.au/join-us
- A parent or carer is required to stay on the premises. You are invited to join the other parents to catch up on your month in another area nearby.
- We would welcome a tax deductible donation to support further training of our peer leaders and other volunteers.
Getting There: The Nerve Centre is the MS Australia building. There is free car parking outside the venue and in surrounding streets. If taking public transport, take the Lilydale or Belgrave line train to Blackburn Station.
Contact Details: Gayle Vermont, Groups Co-Ordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org 0412 113 105.