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Nashua Library shows us how it's done

Posted by WJWalton on Wed 28 of Dec., 2011 05:48 PST
For those who are interested in running roleplaying games at libraries, take a lesson from the Nashua Public Library in New Hampshire - their promotional banner and copy (below) are bound to get some kids interested in signing up:
Once you've squeezed all the fun you can out of computer-driven fun this Christmas vacation week, consider kicking it with a bit of imagination at the Nashua Public Library. On Dec. 29 bring a friend to the library to discover RPG – Role Playing Game – Adventures.

Perfect for anyone who's ever turned a bed sheet into a superhero cape.

For ages 13 to 17.
Are you running an RPG club or event at a library? Be sure to let me know about it!

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