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Draw a card, roll the dice, place your bid: what’s more fun than a friendly (and competitive) game night? Join us as we learn about the history of traditional board and card games from local gaming experts, then try our hands at a few rounds! Snacks and drinks available for purchase from our hosts at The Upside Brew. Masks requested for all attendees except while eating and drinking.
The Upside Brew
329 Ludlow Avenue
Cincinnati, OH 45220
6:00 p.m. – Featured panelist presentation and conversation begins
6:45 p.m. – Group game play commences
7:30 p.m. – Closing remarks, questions, and farewells
$5 in advance, $7 at the door
EVAN CORDAY AND STEVE MUNDAY are members of the Cincinnati Go Club, which began in 2001 as a course taught at University of Cincinnati’s Communiversity Program. When the course ended, enthusiasm for the game was so great that they decided to continue meeting each week in the Clifton area. It was as an outgrowth of these meetings that the Cincinnati Go Club was born. They continue to meet once per week, and while the membership has changed over the years, the club’s objectives have not: to give members a chance to play and increase their skill, and to give new members and beginners Go instruction.
SCOTT MOORE is a Librarian at the Hyde Park Branch of the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library. On the third Monday evening of the month the Hyde Park Library hosts an adult board gaming group from 7 – 10 PM. In addition to running this group Scott has been involved in the Cincinnati gaming scene for twenty-plus years.
MICHAEL HUBBARD is the owner of Woodburn Games in Walnut Hills. Woodburn Games is a local game store focused on creating a fun, diverse, and friendly atmosphere. The store offers all varieties of board games, role-playing games (RPGs), collectible card games (CCGs), and miniatures, as well as host open play nights.
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