Okay, let's start the meeting. My name is Ken, and I'm a Tichu addict.
Hello BGG Gamers in the Dallas/Fort Worth area,
You are invited to a National Games Week Event being held on the day after Thanksgiving.
This will be the second Meetup for The Mid-Metroplex Boardgames Meetup Group!
This event will be held on the day after Thanksgiving. It is a day on which many people have some extra time off from working. The event also happens to fall in National Games Week and we hope to make an extra effort to include the whole family. With schools being closed for the holiday, it is a perfect day to have fun with the family at a gaming event. I will be bringing games for younger players with me, as well as all of those euro-style games that us non-kids enjoy, so please bring the kids with you.
This venue has lots of game table space in a room in the back of the store. There are six of seven large tables that can each handle six players. There are also large 'terrain' style tables that can handle the overflow. There is a beverage machine in the gaming space and there are snacks available at the front counter. (Pssssst - There's a dollar store right next door that has lots of cheapy snacks too)
Bring in any games you would like to play and be ready to join others in the games that they bring in. I, your organizer, will be bring in some new games and some old gems that I still like to play. My list looks something like this: Thurn & Taxis, Bazaar, Du Balai, Web of Power, Il Principe; oh yeah, and for the kids Niagara, Diamant, Topple and many others.
The details for the event are shown on the group’s meetup site:
Please feel free to join the group or not, but please stop by for a game or two either way.
We will be gaming on Friday November 24th from 11:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. at
Lone Star Comics
504 East Abram Street
Arlington , TX 76010
I am looking forward to gaming with you,
gamesnight on BGG
PS - If you know someplace that gamers, or even potential gamers, hang out, print the file linked below and post it up there; Bulletin boards at apartments, churches, on campus, coffee shops.