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Clubs

Meeting Day of the Week:

TUESDAY

Meeting Time:

2:45 - 3:45pm

Dungeons & Dragons

Come ready to play D&D in this after-school club!

If you, a parent would like to help or you would like to be a DM (must have experience), please email Stacy at stacy@thehomeschoolexperience.com

THIS CLUB IS FULL




 

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Meeting Day of the Week:

TBD

Meeting Time:

2:45 - 4:00pm

Board Game Club (Sponsor Needed)

This is a come as you can club and will play a variety of board games.
 
No registration required. 









 

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Meeting Day of the Week:

TUESDAY/WEDNESDAY

Meeting Time:

2:45 - 3:45pm

First LEGO League

This is a competition team. 
 
First LEGO League introduces science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) to children ages 4-16* through fun, exciting hands-on learning. Participants gain real-world problem-solving experiences through a guided, global robotics program, helping today's students and teachers build a better future together.

 

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Meeting Day of the Week:

TBD

Meeting Time:

9am

Hiking Club 

(Sponsor Needed)

Hiking clubs offer many benefits. What are some benefits of hiking clubs?  When you join a hiking club, you meet other hikers and homeschoolers. You also give yourself a chance to hike safely and often. Hiking clubs are a group of people who love to hike. 

Come join THE on some easy and fun hikes around Wake County and surrounding areas! You are welcome to join 1 or many hikes, with us, this year! scenery with each hike.

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Clubs we would like to have sponsors for:

Park Days
(weekends or evenings)

Socialization is an important component in the homeschool world. Get your child(ren) outside and join us at a different park each month!

If you would like to sponsor this club, we ask that you host a park day once a month at various locations.

Please contact Angela for additional details and expectations.

Book Club Elementary, Middle, HS, Adults (anytime)

Book Club format will consist of a book being chosen by the group. Once a book is chosen, someone will lead the book club discussion each month. Book Club will meet at various locations around Raleigh. Discussion, activities, and snacks may be included in the book club agenda. 

If you would like to sponsor this club, we ask that you host a book discussion once a month at various locations.

Please contact Angela for additional details and expectations.

The leader of this club can assign activities/delegate months to other members.

HAVE IDEAS?

*If you have another idea/request for a club, please reach out and let us know- Events@thehomeschoolexperience.com

Run Club
(weekends or evenings)

Run club will offer a weekly group run and/or walks. This will also include a more formalized training program for beginning runners -to seasoned marathoners- and beyond. 

If you would like to sponsor this club, we ask that you host a weekly run meet-up, at various locations. (Couch to 5K, Girls on the Run, or something similar) 

Please contact Angela for additional details and expectations.

Adult Bunco Club (evenings)

Twelve people, snacks, dice and prizes means it's Bunco night! Bunco is a 12-player dice game that only requires luck to win. There is no strategy, no talent is needed, and it moves fast. The game is played on three tables, with four players to a table. The location/host of Bunco will change monthly.  Stacy is willing to host the first night!
 
If you would like to sponsor this club, we ask that you host a Bunco night once a month at various locations.

Please contact
Angela for additional details and expectations.

Chess Club
(After classes)

Chess club will offer a weekly meet up after classes and will learn the techniques to perfect their game. Eventually, we would like to put together a competition team.

If you would like to sponsor this club, we ask that you host a weekly meet-up after classes on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday.

Please contact Angela for additional details and expectations.

Adult Cookbook Club (weekends or evenings)

A cookbook club is exactly what it sounds like: a group of people, getting together to discuss and eat select recipes from one cookbook each month. And yet, it is so much more than this! Cookbook clubs bring the community back into cooking, which is something you either grew up with or didn’t know you needed in your life.
Instead of sweating over making four courses for friends before they arrive or missing out on catching up with them while you finish dinner, you’ll find yourself having way more fun than you anticipated while learning tricks from watching your friends make a recipe. Location will change monthly. A new cookbook will be chosen each month. 
 
If you would like to sponsor this club, we ask that you host a cookbook event once a month at various locations

Please contact Angela for additional details and expectations.

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