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Because we have a limit on the number of spaces available per session, any guest to camp must have prior approval (visiting cousins, friends, etc.)
These descriptions will suggest ideas, but what you decide to do in each session is up to you!
Session #1. Magickal Beasts and Fantastical Creatures (June 1-June 12)
The discovery of a Faerie ring is a gateway into their secret world. Finding such a ring and crossing over to tame Magickal beasts may not be difficult, but leaving the Faerie realm just might be.
Session #2. The Palace Theatre (June 15-June 26)
The Palace Theatre, Cats Comedy Club, and Victoria’s Vaudeville Theatre are all showcasing new acts for the upcoming season. Vinnie and Violet Coldheart are scheming to keep all the profits – but everyone knows, the show must go on!
Session #3. Bazaars of Mandelore (June 29-July 10)
Scavengers plunder whatever treasure they can to sell in the Bazaars of Mandelore. A group of Raiders know that some of the plunder has come from the Cravering Tomb and it carries a curse. They must find all the items and return them to the tomb before it is too late.
Session #4. Steamship Normania (July 13-July 24)
Pack your bags, get your ticket, and board the Steamship Normania, traveling to the New Country. On arrival, you must find a shop to work in and join forces against some tricky and dubious characters – Jasper Jack, Maudie McGillicuddy, and Captain LaFayette.
Session #5. Boarwald Academy (July 27-August 7)
The Boarwald Academy is one of the oldest Schools of Magic and Wizardry in the Rural Midwest. Founded in its current location by Sörjen Olsen and her Skogkatt, Olaf, the Academy teaches the principles and methods of the Klokke Folk, the oldest branch of Wizardry and Hexekrafte in Scandinavia. Students learn the basics of potion making, spell writing and practice, botanical remedies, animal husbandry, history, and, of course, protection against Skappning.
Session #6. Crooked Tree (August 10-August 21)
The good citizens of Crooked Tree keep their town running by an ingenious use of gears, gadgets, wheels, clocks, levers, and windmills. It’s science fiction in the Old West, and the Mayor doesn’t like it.