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GameT1me Video Game Summer Camp

Map3406 Kinnamon Village Loop
Winston-Salem, NC
(336) 712-0062
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Gaming Summer Camp (also known as Minecraft Summer Camp) is now open for registration at GAMET1ME in Clemmons NC, serving the Winston-Salem Forsyth County area including Advance, Lewisville, Pfafftown, King, Yadkinville, Mocksville, and Welcome. Gaming Summer Camp starts June 8th and goes until August 21st, Monday-Friday from 7:30am until 6:30pm. The cost is as low as $95 a week if you sign up for five or more weeks. Four weeks or less is just $110 a week, or you can pay by the day for $25. There is no registration fee if you are a member (annual GAMET1ME memberships are $20). Gaming Summer Camp is more than just gaming. We have partnered with Forsyth Tech and will be including Intro into Game Design during the summer, as well as How to build a PC and more. Each day has its own itinerary and may include: Gaming Competitions, Game Design 101, Simon Says, Online Etiquette, Minecraft Building, Gaming Tournaments, Skate Outings, *Game Art, PC Building, Sidewalk Chalk, Minecraft Maze Creation, Swim Outings, *Musical Chairs, Gaming History, Zoo Field trip *and more. To register, simply come to GAMET1ME in Clemmons at 3406 Kinnamon Village Loop or call 336-712-0062. *Minimum participation required and could require an extra cost.

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