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Re: All-day gaming on the North Shore

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  • Rich
    Hello: I live in Newburyport and I am interested........Any chance of starting earlier Sat morning if there is interest? Where are you in Peabody? Thanks,
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 4, 2009
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      Hello:

      I live in Newburyport and I am interested........Any chance of starting earlier Sat morning if there is interest? Where are you in Peabody?

      Thanks,
      Rick Northey


      --- In Unity_Games@yahoogroups.com, "Bob Scherer-Hoock" <bobshoock@...> wrote:
      >
      > Looking for a game group north of Boston?
      >
      > The Peabody Gamers meet once a month on a Saturday, from 12 noon until 11 p.m. for a full-day of gaming. Cost is $5 per person per session.
      >
      > If you're interested, please email me at bobshoock (at) gmail.com, and I'll send full details (inconveniently enough, I'll be away for a couple of days so it might be a while before I respond), but the basics are this:
      >
      > We run this in a "Gathering of Friends"/"Unity Games" style where people bring their board games to share and place them on the periphery of the room for anyone to use.
      >
      > Several gaming tables are in action at once. Games played are generally the Euro style, with the occasional party game or so-called Ameritrash game thrown in. (Not much evidence of war games or role-playing games in recent years.)
      >
      > People are, of course, free to come for all or part of the 11-hour session. The closing time is fairly strict, however.
      >
      > We have room for about 30 people, hence the lack of specifics about location - I can't afford to post here and have 300 people show up like at Unity Games. So I'll email official invitations (with directions) in the order I receive inquiries until I reach our capacity.
      >
      > There is a kitchen adjacent to the gaming area with a refrigerator and microwave, and a smattering or eateries in walking distance. There is a snack table set up in the room, and people often bring food to share - some healthy some not so healthy. I usually bring a couple 12-packs of soda for the frig that people are welcome to dip into, as there are no vending machines or such.
      >
      > No smoking; no alcoholic beverages on site.
      >
      > Again, if interested please email me.
      >
      > Bob Scherer-Hoock
      >
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