Game Day at The Buttery, 5/20/2007, 3:00 pm
Reminder from: Unity_Games Yahoo! Group Title: Game Day at The Buttery Date: Sunday May 20, 2007 Time: 3:00 pm - 11:00 pm Repeats: This event repeats every month on the third Sunday until Thursday May 31, 2007. Location: Dorchester MA Notes: A friendly gathering for board, word, and other forms of gaming. Easy to get to on the T. For more info, see http://www.buttery.org/gameday Get reminders on your mobile, Yahoo! Messenger, and email.
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- The Boston Massacre is all set to go ahead this year.
The dates are set for the 21st/22nd of June 2008 at Pandemonium Books
and Games, 4 Pleasant St, Cambridge MA 02139. That's right in the
heart of Central Square.
The tournament will be played over three rounds. While it is not
compulsory to play in all rounds, you will obviously be more
competitive in the tournament if you do. To play in a particular
round you should arrive before:
Round 1: 9am Saturday 21st
Round 2: 3pm Saturday 21st
Round 3: 9am Sunday 22nd
The scoring system will be Detour98F - so supply centers and lead
matter at the end of a game.
There will be trophies for 1st/2nd/3rd and Best Country Lobsters.
Registration Fee will be $25 for the tournament or $10 per game.
Proceeds will go towards tournament expenses including trophies and
snacks and the venue for extending their opening hours especially for
If there is enough interest I was thinking of holding an evening of
grilling and socializing Friday before the tournament start.
For accommodation options:
The nearest hotel for those who like luxury is the Le Meridian
Cambridge (Hotel@MIT). But at $200+ per night it's a little on the
For those that don't mind a bus or short taxi ride the Summer hostel
at Fenway is a much more reasonable alternative at ~$40 per night.
Email me if your up for this so I can organize private shared rooms
with Tournament attendees.
And for the financially challenged we should be able to find a couch
or two around for those that prefer to sleep for free.
We usually have people come from all over New England so if you'd
like to come, but are not sure how to get yourself from A to B email
me and I'll see if I can hook you up with a lift.
Central Square is serviced well by the MBTA with at least 6 different
bus routes and the Red line dropping you off at the Venue doorstep.
Any other questions: email me.
I'd love to know who's coming and who's not, so email me and I'll start
constructing an attendance list.
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