A local library is starting a program to bring people of all ages together for some fun.
The Raleigh County Public Library is starting a new activity for both children and adults. People are encouraged to use their imagination in a game of Dungeons and Dragons. Program leader, Cari Burns, said this is the most popular program they have had in years.
“Dungeon and dragons means a lot to me because we have gotten a lot more people in here. We have anywhere from twenty to forty people some nights on Wednesday. So, it is one of our biggest groups we have ever had and with it being a weekly reoccurring thing, I’m surprised it has gotten as big as it did,” Burns said.
Anyone is welcome to attend this event every Wednesday evening from 4 to 6 p.m. This is a free event.