The Adventure Quest (and Star Quest) Tabletop Game programs are designed differently than our live-action summer camps and other kids programs. There are no Swashers or younger Questers, and we stay inside and play at a table using dice, maps, game pieces, and imagination. This is a great opportunity for teens to socialize and game with others and delve deeply into a co-created world of story, roleplay, and intrigue. And a great opportunity to get more questing in when the weather is cold! Each tabletop program is held at the new Majestic Adventure Workshop.

If participants have played the Adventure Quest or Star Quest live action games, and/or other tabletop game systems, they will find the Tabletop Quest systems easy to learn. Participants can use their character in both the live action and tabletop Adventure Quest games.

Upcoming Tabletop Programs:

Stay tuned this late fall and winter for Tabletop Programming announcements!

 

Program Location

The Majestic Adventure Workshop
Located on the 2nd floor of BAAY (Bellingham Arts Academy for Youth), at the corner of State St and E Maple.

Address:
1059 N State St
Bellingham, WA 98225

At the beginning of and end of each program we’ll meet participants in the lobby area of BAAY, just inside the red door on the Maple St side of the building. If you need to drop off or pick up outside of those times, you may need to come upstairs to find us: Enter through the red door on the Maple St. side of the building, then turn right and go past the kitchen to the end of the hallway. Turn left, go up the stairs. The Majestic Adventure Workshop is the 3rd door on the left – a purple door. If the outside door is locked when you arrive, please call (360) 836-0386 so we can let you in.

Get Google Maps’ directions to the MA Office. Then refer to the directions above after you have arrived at BAAY.

Program Details

  • Ages 12 to 17 years old
  • Small groups of like age, without younger kids to distract
  • A new quest every time, customized by the questers’ interests
  • Challenges develop physical, social, and mental skills. See our experiential education outcomes
  • Safe, fun social gathering for teens
  • See also Adventure Quest, the live action roleplaying game