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Dragon's Eye Adventures

Adventure Play Programs for Grades 2 – 9
Freeport Middle School (19 Kendall Lane)

Dragons Eye Adventures offers adventure play programs for young people who love mystery, magic, and mythology. Our stories unfold through a combination of storytelling, acting, team challenges, games, puzzles, ciphers, and art work, all drawing on a particular culture and time. RSU5CP is excited to be hosting this program that has been enlightening and challenging young folks since since 2012!

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DragonSession I: The Ship of Fools (Gr. 2 – 6)

Russian Folklore / June 28 – July 2
Program Fee (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.): $285
After Hours Fee (4 – 5:30 p.m., Monday – Thursday only): $40 

Our story draws upon the Russian folktale known as “The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship.” Our detectives must learn what combination of skill, knowledge, wisdom--and folly--it takes to steer a ship through the celestial sea. Nothing much rides upon their success—just the fate of the thrice-nine world. Good thing the chickens are here to help!

We will be making celestial navigators in tiny ships.

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Session II: Yemama's Gardens (Gr. 2–6)
Afro-Caribbean Myths / July 6 (Tuesday) – July 9

Program Fee (9 a.m. – 4 p.m.): $235
After Hours Fee (4 – 5:30 p.m., Tuesday – Thursday only): $30 

The Detectives are called to the Caribbean to investigate troubles in the watery realms of Yemaya, the Orisha of the sea. The seahorses are vanishing, including Yemaya’s beloved dobbin, her hardworking farmhorse of the sea. Can the team find the dobbin in time to save the sea queen’s gardens?

We will be crafting tiny sea creatures and coral reef homes.

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DragonSession III: Mask of Dreams (Gr. 4–6)
Greek Myths / July 12 – 16
Program Fee (9 a.m.–4 p.m.): $285
After Hours Fee (4–5:30 p.m. Monday–Thursday only): $40 

A mysterious mask leads the Detectives to ancient Greece to seek counsel from the Oracle at Delphi. It’s a race against time as the Detectives enter the Greek underworld in search of two special jewels. Will Morpheus, the god of dreams, be able to help, or will the 21st century plunge into a chaos of nightmares come true?

We will be crafting double-sided masks of dreams and masks of nightmares.

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Session IV: The Market at Wits’ End
English Folklore & Dragon’s Eye LoreJuly 19 – 23
Program Fee (9 a.m.–4 p.m.): $285
After Hours Fee (4–5:30 p.m. Monday–Thursday only): $40 

A timid wild goat asks the detectives for help finding a legendary trade fair known as the Market at Wits’ End. A visit to a hidden library reveals that the path leads through the sewers of London. Those passageways are guarded by a host of wild black boars. Pack your hazmat suits, we’re headed to realms where the muck is piled high.

We will be crafting Book Nooks and Wits’ End Treasures for Trade.

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DragonSession V: The Book of Dragons
Chinese Folklore & Dragon’s Eye LoreJuly 26 – 30
Program Fee (9 a.m.–4 p.m.): $285
After Hours Fee (4–5:30 p.m. Monday–Thursday only): $40 

An old scroll from China holds clues to the location of a manuscript known as the Book of Dragons. This legendary book records the names and skills of the most ancient dragonmages. Can the Detectives find the book before it falls into the wrong hands?

Our activities this week include Books of Dragons and Dragon Jewels.

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Some partial scholarships are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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After hours are available at no cost with any scholarship.
Scholarships reduce the program fees to:
5-day program -- $200
4-day program -- $175

Half-scholarships reduce the fees to:
5- day program -- $245
4-day program -- $200

Scholarships are also available for Freeport and Pownal residents through Freeport Community Services.

Instructor: Rebecca McNulty
Rebecca has written over 80 adventure plays, offering them as innovative programs in Ithaca (NY), and in Newton, Wellesley and Brookline (MA). Dragon's Eye opened in Brunswick, ME, in 2012.

Rebecca has a BA in Religion and Theater from Wells College, and an MFA in Drama from UConn. Her elegant puppet productions include "The Dragon of Kyo" and "The Vanishing Point." She has also studied photography, video, and graphic design in New Media and Communications at SMCC.

Rebecca is an Adjunct Faculty Member at SMCC, where she teaches 2D Design. Her art work may be viewed at the Ravenscrawl Studio website, and on Behance. You can contact her for more information at

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