15Re: [pennsicgames] Class schedule - teach two
- Aug 6, 2004Maybe because you need the luck of the Irish to play well! (I guess)
Yes, the game tent has small tile game pieces and boards on paper attached
to the tables, with plastic sheeting on top to keep the papers from flying
off in the wind. There's a sign, an easel, a small dry erase board, a small
chalkboard. Tables and chairs. AC plug for a light or whatever, we've
never used it, I think there's a light there too. 20x20 Grimms Tent.
Michel, Steven and I bring our personal collections of games. Many are from
Salamallah's booth over the years, many are more upscale versions. You are
certainly welcome to bring your own, too. The more the merrier!
See you at War, we'll have to have a backgammon game or seven sometime.
> From: Ergin Artesia <erginartesia@...>
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> Date: Fri, 06 Aug 2004 07:27:30 -0700 (PDT)
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> Subject: Re: [pennsicgames] Class schedule - teach two
> I can take the following two time slots to teach:
> Sunday, Aug 14th at 10m
> Tuesday, August 17th at 1pm
> I can teach Backgammon at one or both (does anyone
> know why the English called this came Irish???). I
> can teach a variation or two from 'period' as well,
> such as 3 dice, using different travel paths and set
> I don't particularly play 9 man's morris, but I know
> how and can certainly teach it.
> I'm intrigued with Tafl games too.
> Someone I'm camping with plays Mancala. I can ask her
> if she would be willing to teach it.
> I'm new to the game tent, so please excuse my silly
> questions and suggestions :^ ). Anyway...
> Is the game tent already 'stocked'? I was only
> planning to bring one real backgammon game. I could
> print out some paper versions of game boards and buy
> multi-colored beans in a pinch...
> --- Michel Wolffauer <mike@...> wrote:
>> Hi Gang,
>> Yes, I'm still running late with this. Here is what
>> we have so far. Speak
>> up if you'd like to add something to the list.
>> - Michel
>> Class name, teacher, date, time, length
>> [open] Sat. 14th, 10 AM
>> Modern Chess, Galen, Sat. 14th, 1 PM, 1 hr
>> [open] Sat. 14th, 3 PM
>> [open] Sun. 15th, 10 AM
>> [open] Sun. 15th, 1 PM
>> [open] Sun. 15th, 3 PM
>> [open] Mon. 16th, 10 AM
>> Xiang-qi, Galen, Mon. 16th, 1 PM, 1 hr
>> [open] Mon. 16th, 3 PM
>> [open] Tues. 17th, 10 AM
>> [open] Tues. 17th, 1 PM
>> [open] Tues. 17th, 3 PM
>> [open] Wed. 18th, 10 AM
>> Shogi, Galen, Wed. 18th, 1 PM, 1 hr
>> [open] Wed. 18th, 3 PM
>> [open] Thurs. 19th, 10 AM
>> 5 Stones, Galen, Thurs. 19th, 1 PM, 1 hr
>> [open] Thurs. 19th, 3 PM
>> [open] Fri. 20th, 10 AM
>> [open] Fri. 20th, 1 PM
>> [open] Fri. 20th, 3 PM
>> Not scheduled yet, but being offered:
>> Great Chess (on 14th, and maybe later)
>> Introduction to the Game of Tarot (any free spot)
>> Tafl Games - Fitchneal & Tablut (any free spot)
>> Classes we'd like to see:
>> Astronomical Tables
>> 9 Men's Morris
>> other Chess varients
>> Laugh and Lie Down
>> or other card games
>> Dice games
>> Mancala games
>> etc :)
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