Feb 272012
 

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A friend of mine works at the Dover Town Library in Massachusetts.  He’s a great guy that is trying to start a recurring game night at the library.

If you’re available you should check out the first game night, which happens Tuesday the 28th of February from 6-9pm.

Per his flyer…

 

This is an open event and all types of games are allowed!  Ages 12+

Come join the Dover Town Library for an evening of gaming and fun!

We’ll be playing whatever type of games happen to find their way into the evening–card games, Euro-style board games, mahjong or whatever else you want to bring along.  Food and drinks are encouraged but not provided.

Games that could be played include: Carcassonne, Settlers of Catan, Mahjong, 7 Wonders, Ticket to Ride, Puerto Rico, Agricola, Forbidden Island, Pandemic, Zooloretto, Thurn and Taxis.

 

I hope you’ll consider attending this event.  If enough people show, he will be able to repeat the event.  The library I work at hosts a monthly game night, which has become a success.

About Jonathan J. Reinhart

Jonathan J. Reinhart is an editor of Troll in the Corner where he writes about wargaming. Jonathan also is the owner of the Wargaming Recon podcast. He has been gaming with miniatures since 2000 and playing board games from a young age. He's played a myriad of games such as: Warhammer 40k, Warhammer Fantasy, Warmachine, Starship Troopers, Axis & Allies: War at Sea, Flames of War and Warlord Games' Black Powder rules. War at Sea and the Black Powder rules are his current go-to games. Jonathan enjoys casual, fast, fun, and group board games. Sitting Ducks Gallery, Zombie Dice, Guillotine, Pandemic, and Carcassonne rank high on his list. He is a retired local politician with a B.A. in Politics & History, which provides a useful background for historical gaming. A casual World of Warcraft player, he became a Kingslayer as Viktrious the Blood Elf on 4/23/11 and followed that up by slaying Deathwing on 5/9/12.

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