I mentioned this at last years Gary Con and I still think it is a good idea. There were a lot of kids (8-14) on Sat and Sun, but not a lot geared for them. I heard a lot of grumbling from adults about being "stuck with a kid" at their table, and from kids about not having anything to do. I'm willing to put my scout skills to use and coordinate some events for them on those days. But I'll need some volunteers to run some youth oriented games. There could easily be 2-3 tables for them going constantly. I know it sounds cliched, but these kids are the future of gaming. I was thinking a "learn to hack" arena for just simple combat with the players making characters and then fighting for a prize of some sort. This would introduce the kids to new games or at least get them familiar with how combat works in them. I'd also like to do some simple miniature games so they can try that out too. With a schedule like... Table 1 0800-1200 Arena of death - Basic (Mentzer / Cyclopedia) DnD 1200-1600 Arena of death - Pathfinder 1600-2000 Arena of death - Hackmaster Basic Table 2 0800-1200 Fuzzy heroes 1200-1600 BattleTech 1600-2000 Descent Table 3 0800-1200 G-rated RPG or board games 1200-1600 G-rated RPG or board games 1600-2000 G-rated RPG or board games Tables 1& 2 could handle a steady stream of players showing up late or leaving early. Then something similar on Sunday for 0800-1600 Obviously I'd need to find volunteers to run (or help run) each game, but I think I can find them . What do you think?