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Bay Area Games Day (cost: $2) :
Sat. June 20, noon to 11 PM
Sat. July 11, noon to 11 PM
Sun. August 9, noon to 8 PM

QSVB (cost: $2) :
Fri. June 5, 6-10 PM
Queensborough Swim Club in west San Jose

Silicon Valley Boardgamers :
Every Tues. 6:00-10:00 PM
Red Rock Coffee, Villa and Castro in Mountain View

Bay Area Games Day is a daylong open gaming event held every 4-6 weeks in the South Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. Games Day is at the Los Altos main library, 13 S. San Antonio Rd., Los Altos, CA (15 miles west of San Jose), running from 10 AM to 11 PM. We play mostly German-style strategy boardgames (Eurogames), some lengthier and more complex games, and also family games. More information is available on the main Web page at http://davekohr.users.sonic.net/gamesday

QSVB is a monthly open gaming meetup in the clubhouse of the Queensborough Swim Club, at 1138 Miller Ave in San Jose (about 2 miles from Vallco Mall in Cupertino). We meet on one of the first 2-3 Friday nights of each month, from 6 to 10 PM.

Silicon Valley Boardgamers (SVB) is an open gaming group that meets Tuesday evenings starting at 6:00 PM at Red Rock Coffee on Castro at Villa in Mt. View.

The $2 payments for Games Day and QSVB go toward the cost of renting the venues.

Please follow the mailing list to receive up-to-the-minute schedule updates and announcements, and to discuss what to play at future meetings.

NOTE : Contact the moderator before posting any message that is not specifically about Games Day or SVB, especially any sort of advertisement.

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  • 826
  • Board Games
  • Oct 9, 1999
  • English

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