Play Games With Us

A small selection of games that we play.
A small selection of games that we play.

COVID-19
During this time of shelter in place we are not meeting in person. However, it is still possible to play games. People can play games at home with those who are there, or you can play games online with other real people as we do, or against the computer.
We use Zoom to communicate with the other gamers and play on the website “Board Game Arena”. We will be playing the games they offer at our usual time of Saturdays at 1:00 pm. They currently offer over 220 games, including Hand and Foot. Let’s play!
And with Covid restrictions looking like they are going to get better soon, we hope to possibly be playing in person again – perhaps in June sometime.

Who, What, Where, When, Why:
The Just for Fun Games Club is a great place to make friends and play all sorts of old and new games like: Rummikub, Hand and Foot, Pan, Settlers of Catan, Parcheesi, Spades, Splendor, Ticket to Ride, Uno, Mah Jongg, Ticket to Ride and so much more! We (USUALLY) meet in the Card and Game Room at the CAC (Central Activities Center) every Saturday at 1 p.m. There are multiple games being played at the same time and you will always be able to choose what game you want to play. We are not too serious – because we play games Just for Fun! Currently, we have about 20 people playing games at each meeting.
We have a large collection of games on hand and players often bring new and different games as well. If you have any games that you would like to donate or lend to the club, please let us know.
Come check us out even if you are not good at games…we enjoy the extra company. Everyone is welcome to come and have a good time at the Just for Fun Games Club. Come and have fun with us!
For more information contact Phillip Herzog at 843- 3053 or send an email to goldguyphil@gmail.com.

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