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Board Game Night XXVI
November 18 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Approximately 5:30 pm on Monday, November 18th, 2019. It will run about 3 hours or so.
We will be playing a variety of board and card games, largely dependent on what folks bring. Take a submarine ride with Captain Sonar. Survive a plane crash into a Ravine. Be the Sheriff of Nottingham. Make up some Codenames. Take a Ticket to Ride. The games will very much range from casual to incredibly nerdy. Folks are encouraged to bring something with them. Introduce us to something new!
Everyone is welcome. Please join us. No prior knowledge of the games we play is expected or required. It’s rather likely that at least one game will be entirely new to everyone.
Significant others and adult-aged children may attend. Outside friends and guests are also encouraged to join us. Next Century offers childcare for young children, along with babysitters and a separate room for fun and games.
If you’d like to attend, please send me an email. I’d like to make sure we have enough pizza, drinks, and games for everyone.
Did you say childcare?
Next Century will again offer childcare. Young children will escorted to a separate area with our babysitters and take part in age appropriate activities (like kid friendly board games!). Food will be provided for the youngsters as well. If this service interests you, please send me an email noting the ages of the children you plan to bring. It’s very important to get a head count here to ensure we purchase the right amount of food and adequately prepare the sitters (and the number of sitters). If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know.
We’ll be hanging out and playing in the main conference room and picnic/couch/sitting area of the Annapolis Junction office. If we need more room, we’ll spread out from there.
Can I be late?
Sure. We’ll be there at least 3 hours, maybe longer, and we’ll be running games in small groups. There will be plenty of breaks to join in.
Did you say pizza?
CACI has graciously offered to supply pizza (and beer) for the event. That’s right. Free food!
Is this a regular thing?
As long as it stays popular enough, we plan to have a gaming night (approximately) every month or so. If folks like the format, we’ll do it again and again. Please let me know what you think!