Beginning in January, AdventureQuest, a table top role-playing game for children and teens 10 to 14 years old, will begin at the Cook Memorial Library. The first 5-episode season of AdventureQuest will meet on January 15 and continue weekly on Tuesdays through February 12 from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Enrollment is limited to 7 participants for each season.

 AdventureQuest will be led by KevinMahoney, Ed.D, an educator who developed this game over 25 years ago to teach kids to work together as a team and to develop communication and problem-solving skills. AdventureQuest centers around Dr. Mahoney telling as tory to the group of 4-7 players. Each player controls the actions of one character in that story. The players work together as a team to overcome obstacles, solve mysteries and explore the world of the story. The players’ actions and the leader’s descriptions combine to create a unique and imaginative adventure. Each weekly episode connects together with the last to build a storyline in the course of a season.

To register for Season One of AdventureQuest, stop in or call the Cook Memorial Library, 93 Main Street,Tamworth, 603-323-8510. If registrations for Season One reach the 7-person limit, a waiting list will be kept for the next season. Because registration is limited, Season One participants should plan on attending all weekly episodes.Funding for the first season comes from library programming funds provided by the Friends of Cook Memorial Library. Subsequent seasons will be offered if funding can be found through grants, donations, and sponsorships. Contact Amy or Mary at the library for more information about how to help fund future seasons.

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