I'd love to set something up at Pandemonium Books & Games (a games store in Cambridge MA). We have a huge event space that is pretty much unused on weekday afternoons, as well as a growing collecting of card and board games.
Please let me know if you are interested. My email is tyler(at)pandemoniumbooks(dot)com.
Owner, Pandemonium Books & Games Inc
--- In Unity_Games@yahoogroups.com, Judy Anderson <yduJ@...> wrote:
> Hi, I just joined the Unity Games yahoo group on the recommendation of
> Eric Brosius. My son Perry is 6.5 and totally into games; we've just
> graduated to Eurogames (Carcassonne, Ticket to Ride, Eurorails,
> Dominion) in the past couple of months. His twin sister also plays
> but it's not so much a focus for her.
> I'm kind of looking for other kid gamers for Perry to play with. But
> we don't want to play Candyland anymore... Who out there has
> similarly inclined children for a possible playdate? We live in
> I've brought him to a few grownup-focussed games parties, but
> non-parents tend to cringe away from his exuberence and be more
> annoyed with his inefficient play and tendency to occasionally try to
> see what cards you have. I don't think he's horrible, but still, he's
> only six...
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