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Spring and Sports!

Our theme for this Weekend is SPORTS!  We'll have some classic sports games, including Mille Bournes - the classic racing card game, and basketball and football board games.

Bring any other games that you want - sports or non-sports

Directions to Kogod Courtyard

Red, Yellow, and Green lines to Gallery Place/Chinatown.  Orange and Blue to Metro Center.  Take any exit.  Kogod Courtyard is located in the middle of the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery/American Art Museums.  These museums comprise two building that cover the entire block between F and G Streets, NW and 7th and 9th Streets, NW.  Entrances are on F and G Streets.  Use the G Street Entrace if you want to use a ramp, which is located immediately underneath and to the right of the huge statue of a cowboy riding a bronco.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I got to play a couple of old 3M games, which I'd been curious about.

    May 23, 2011

  • Mary H.


    All three games look excellent. I have not played Rainer Knizia's Samurai - although I have seen it in stores repeatedly. Hive looks very, very interesting. Melee reminds me of an older hex strategy game that Antigny has. I'm interested in seeing Melee and how it playes out.

    Look forward to seeing you. Mary

    May 20, 2011

  • Evan

    I will be bringing the following games, and am willing to teach novices:


    Melee, a game of man-to-man arena combat with archaic weapons
    This game requires a certain investment of time and effort to learn, and pays dividends of enjoyment commensurately.

    Hive, a two-player abstract-strategy game:

    May 20, 2011

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