Hello Oakmont! The Just for Fun Games Club is now meeting again in person at the CAC Card & Game Room (across the hall from the Oakmont Library). We meet every Saturday at 1 pm and play until players are done for the day–usually 3 or 4 pm, but you may leave whenever you are ready.

Do you like to play games? Do you want to try new games? The Just for Fun Games Club is the club for you! We play all sorts of board games, card games, tile games, and dice games. Some examples are: Rummikub, Hand & Foot, Ticket to Ride, CuBirds, Splendor, and Carcassone. Some players bring in their own games to share with the group, or we choose from the many different games in our collection. Those who are present determine what game(s) to play.

And there’s more: Mah Jongg and PAN (Panguengue)

Mah Jongg players always welcome. Any Saturday you may bring your own Mah Jongg set & 3 friends and play. Want to learn? We will be teaching how to play American Mah Jongg by appointment.

We teach and play PAN on most Saturdays. PAN is a card game similar to Gin Rummy, easy to learn and very sociable to play. Contact Jeri Phillips at (714) 883-3126 or email Just4FunGamesClub@earthlink.net for information about Mah Jongg lessons and PAN lessons.

Everyone is welcome at the Just for Fun Games Club! We play Just for Fun, so we don’t play for money, we help each other out, and love new-comers. Please contact Phil Herzog at (707) 696-8020 or email Just4FunGamesClub@earthlink.net if you would like to be on our mailing list or have any questions.

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