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James Koopman
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Hey, I was just wondering if anyone knew of any game stores in the niagara region (Southern Ontario). I live in St. Catharines and there is a decent one here, and I recently found a new one in Burlington, but I was wondering if anyone knew of any others?
Thanks!
 
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Scott Nicholson
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While I don't have an answer for you, I can tell you about a small boardgaming event in Niagara Falls in February..

Here are the details on the Niagara Boardgaming Weekend:

Date: Feb 8 to Feb 11 2007
Location: Niagara Falls, Canada
Hotel: http://www.ramadaniagarafalls.com/ (All Suites and Coral are next to each other - either will do)
Organizer: Mike Cardwell at mcardwel@rochester.rr.com

I plan on going. If you are interested, please write Mike at mcardwel@rochester.rr.com and let him know.
 
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Michel Boucher
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snicholson wrote:
Date: Feb 8 to Feb 11 2007
Location: Niagara Falls, Canada
Hotel: http://www.ramadaniagarafalls.com/ (All Suites and Coral are next to each other - either will do)


Actually, I called the All Suites and she pointed out it was at the Coral Resort. Easier to call if you can.

 
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Scott Nicholson
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alsandor wrote:
snicholson wrote:
Date: Feb 8 to Feb 11 2007
Location: Niagara Falls, Canada
Hotel: http://www.ramadaniagarafalls.com/ (All Suites and Coral are next to each other - either will do)


Actually, I called the All Suites and she pointed out it was at the Coral Resort. Easier to call if you can.



The two share a parking lot and (if memory serves) are connected by a Sky Bridge (and neither are very large).

The Coral is cheaper - $49 Canadian per night, as well, but if it fills, the All Suites will be acceptable.
 
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Dale Martin
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What are the names of the places in St. Catharines and Burlington? I'm usually in that area once or twice a year.
 
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Tom Key
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I live in Guildford, UK, but we have Niagara in a game store. Does that count?


(Sorry, someone had to say it) shake
 
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James Koopman
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Well the one in downtown St Catharines is called Pheonix Rising, but I'm not sure what the one in Burlington is called (it's on the corner of Appleby Line and Hwy #5).
 
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Mark Koopman
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You could try Bayshore Hobbies (789 King St. W. Hamilton, Ontario) if you're in the area. Their website is www.bayshorehobbies.ca. I found that one when I was looking at info for the Great Canadian BayCon.

If you don't have it already, Pheonix Rising's website is www.phoenixrisinggames.ca, but there's not a whole lot to see there.
 
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