You may not know this, but I have a deep and abiding love for tabletop strategy games. The addiction started years ago with Settlers of Catan, but has grown (and grown) to include so many other great games - immersive, hours-long games like Dominion, Talisman, and Hacienda; quick, humourous games like Poo, Zombie Dice, and Get Bit; beautiful meditative games like Tsuro - honestly, there's almost nothing I won't play.
Which is why I'm so happy to announce that we will once again be celebrating International Tabletop Day at Calgary Public Library! All ages are welcome and you don't need to register - just drop in and play something awesome.
You can join us at four locations on April 5th, from 12-4 pm:
- Central Library (on the 2nd floor - that's where I'll be!) - 616 Macleod Trail SE
- Forest Lawn Library - 4807 8th Avenue SE
- Shawnessy Library - 333 Shawville Blvd. SE (South Fish Creek Complex)
- Village Square Library - 2623 56th Street NE
And if you just can't wait that long, come to the Nose Hill Library (1530 Northmount Drive NW) for an early celebration on March 30th from 1-4 pm.