Dungeons & Dragons Club for Teens

About

The Carrollwood Cultural Center will start a Dungeons & Dragons club for teens, ages 14 to 17, in January 2019. 

Interested teens, including beginners, are invited to drop in for a game. The cost to participate is $4 per person per game. The Center’s goal is to schedule the club to meet once or twice a week. A final schedule will be published in January. The group will be led by brothers Matthew and Jamie Jones.

The club is in response to a theatre roll-playing class that the Center offered in 2018.  The instructor, Matthew Jones, used the popular game to teach students about character development and storytelling. At the conclusion of the class, Jones and his students continued to meet at the Center and a club started to form.  After meeting three times in late 2018, they are looking to expand by inviting other teens to join the group.

For more information, email Katie Castonguay at [email protected]

*Must be in high school to join and it is first come first serve with a cap of 15 teens.  

Theatre Class and Improv Games with Dice

Upcoming Dungeons & Dragons Club Meetings & Events

May
26
Thu
“Precious Faces” (art exhibit)
May 26 all-day
Anticipation by Suzy Edl

“Anticipation” by Suzy Edl

Precious Faces presented by the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center is a called show and features local artists. The artwork celebrates the sweet, innocent faces of children. Their priceless expressions, inquisitive eyes, curious nature, and toothless grins that all warm the heart and bring joy to the world. 

Click Here to view other featured artists and exhibits on display in the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center today.

May
27
Fri
“Precious Faces” (art exhibit)
May 27 all-day
Anticipation by Suzy Edl

“Anticipation” by Suzy Edl

Precious Faces presented by the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center is a called show and features local artists. The artwork celebrates the sweet, innocent faces of children. Their priceless expressions, inquisitive eyes, curious nature, and toothless grins that all warm the heart and bring joy to the world. 

Click Here to view other featured artists and exhibits on display in the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center today.

Volunteer Training/Meeting
May 27 @ 12:00 pm – 2:30 pm

Carrollwood Village Room

May
28
Sat
“Precious Faces” (art exhibit)
May 28 all-day
Anticipation by Suzy Edl

“Anticipation” by Suzy Edl

Precious Faces presented by the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center is a called show and features local artists. The artwork celebrates the sweet, innocent faces of children. Their priceless expressions, inquisitive eyes, curious nature, and toothless grins that all warm the heart and bring joy to the world. 

Click Here to view other featured artists and exhibits on display in the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center today.

(Postponed) RAKU Firing
May 28 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Ceramics Room/Pottery Studio

REHEARSAL: MATILDA
May 28 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Main Theatre

GAINOR PAINT CLUB
May 28 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am

Art Room I

May
30
Mon
MEMORIAL DAY (CCC CLOSED)
May 30 all-day
May
31
Tue
“Precious Faces” (art exhibit)
May 31 all-day
Anticipation by Suzy Edl

“Anticipation” by Suzy Edl

Precious Faces presented by the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center is a called show and features local artists. The artwork celebrates the sweet, innocent faces of children. Their priceless expressions, inquisitive eyes, curious nature, and toothless grins that all warm the heart and bring joy to the world. 

Click Here to view other featured artists and exhibits on display in the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center today.

Mudslingers Studio Pass
May 31 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Wheel Throwing
May 31 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Wheel Throwing

WheelThrowingMiriamZoharStudents will learn the basics of wheel throwing by forming and throwing simple shapes on the potter’s wheel. More advanced students will build upon the basics to create larger, more advanced projects.  Please Note: Working with the wheel requires moderate upper body strength, using shoulders, arms, and hands to mold and shape clay.

Weeks 1-4 are for creating, and weeks 5-6 are for glazing. Break week is for firing. Finalized pieces can be picked up the first week of the next session at your previous class time even if you are not registered for the next session. Notice will be sent out to all students once the firings are complete.

REHEARSAL: MATILDA
May 31 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Wheel Throwing
May 31 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Wheel Throwing

WheelThrowingMiriamZoharStudents will learn the basics of wheel throwing by forming and throwing simple shapes on the potter’s wheel. More advanced students will build upon the basics to create larger, more advanced projects.  Please Note: Working with the wheel requires moderate upper body strength, using shoulders, arms, and hands to mold and shape clay.

Weeks 1-4 are for creating, and weeks 5-6 are for glazing. Break week is for firing. Finalized pieces can be picked up the first week of the next session at your previous class time even if you are not registered for the next session. Notice will be sent out to all students once the firings are complete.

Pottery Studio

Adult Ballet for Intermediate
May 31 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Ballet class - ballet barre - dance

Adult Ballet for Intermediate

 

Dance Studio

Phase II Annual
May 31 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Carrollwood Village Room

REHEARSAL: COMMUNITY CHORUS CONCERT
May 31 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Main Theatre

Jun
1
Wed
“Precious Faces” (art exhibit)
Jun 1 all-day
Anticipation by Suzy Edl

“Anticipation” by Suzy Edl

Precious Faces presented by the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center is a called show and features local artists. The artwork celebrates the sweet, innocent faces of children. Their priceless expressions, inquisitive eyes, curious nature, and toothless grins that all warm the heart and bring joy to the world. 

Click Here to view other featured artists and exhibits on display in the Gallery at Carrollwood Cultural Center today.

Mudslingers Studio Pass
Jun 1 @ 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Wheel Throwing
Jun 1 @ 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Wheel Throwing

WheelThrowingMiriamZoharStudents will learn the basics of wheel throwing by forming and throwing simple shapes on the potter’s wheel. More advanced students will build upon the basics to create larger, more advanced projects.  Please Note: Working with the wheel requires moderate upper body strength, using shoulders, arms, and hands to mold and shape clay.

Weeks 1-4 are for creating, and weeks 5-6 are for glazing. Break week is for firing. Finalized pieces can be picked up the first week of the next session at your previous class time even if you are not registered for the next session. Notice will be sent out to all students once the firings are complete.

Adult Jazz & Tap
Jun 1 @ 5:30 pm – 6:45 pm
Adult Jazz & Tap @ Carrollwood Cultural Center

Adult Jazz with Devan Bittinger

Dance Studio