MinecraftLAB: Halloween Special (Online)

31st October 2020 £5

Suitable for ages 8-14yrs

Join us for our first Halloween themed MinecraftLAB. Use you creepy creativity to spook, scare and conjure in this creative session. Will you trick or treat?

Technical Requirements
A PC or Mac that can run JAVA Minecraft will be required for this session. 
(Chromebooks are unable to support Minecraft)

For our Minecraft server you will need to be able to run the Java version of Minecraft. To check if your account supports the Java version, please login to www.minecraft.net.

If you require a log in to access Minecraft - and do not have your own account - please ensure you state this upon booking.

*Please note* Alongside this session we will be hosting an online audio conference to enable children and young people to clearly follow instructions and promptly ask questions to the Admin. Details of how to access this audio will be forwarded prior to the session.

Once you have booked your place, QUAD will contact you with detailed information on how to access the QUAD Minecraft server and a Minecraft login will be provided, if required, to enable you to access this session. 

If your child has their own Minecraft Account that they would like to access the session with, please enter this information when booking.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact minecraft@derbyquad.co.uk 

MinecraftLAB’s are open events as part of QUADs Minecraft programme and focus on specific objectives. This series of workshops focuses on a creative build. If you would like to be first to know about future events, including reserving a place on our MinecraftCLUB waiting list.

Booking essential.

1.30 – 4:00pm.

MinecraftLAB: Halloween Special (Online)
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