The Buffalo Boardgames Meeting

  • March 5, 2008 · 6:30 PM
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More details on the new location. Here is a map of UB north campus. http://www.buffalo.ed... Baldy Hall is building #11 and probably the closest lot to park in is the Baird B lot unless you have handicap tags. After 3:30pm all lots are fair game so you don?t need to park in visitor parking (student/faculty lots are safe) however I?d refrain from parking in any ?A? permit ?state vehicle? spots. The other nearby lot is one that is directy to the west of Building #13 (aka Park Hall). Unfortunately it doesn't have a name but it's there and you can access it from the flint loo. It's usually partially filled because of it's convenient location but worth a shot especially if it's cold. There's a lot of Handicap parking available all along putnam way which passes directly in front of Baldy Hall. To get onto Putnam way however you will have to head down to Coventry loop which is a on the East end of the campus or Hadley road on the west end (don't blame me I didn't design the campus). Once you?re in Baldy Hall head to the East end of the building to get to the elevators. It?s pretty much the opposite end from where BACSIM is located. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor and make a right when you get off. Just follow that hallway past a bunch of offices and you?ll see the tables directly in front of you. The tables are right out in the hallway so it?s hard to miss them. If you have any questions feel free to post them in the thread I started in the forums.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I echo Nick's nostalgia. We used to game @UB regularly for ~15 years. For approximately years 7-15 the 3rd Floor Baldy Walkway was our spot.

    Another bonus of UB is Food and Starbucks are a 5 minute walk away. The downside is it's also a couple minutes from the parking lots to the site.

    March 3, 2008

  • NickAnner

    This is a great location, especially once we scare away the law students

    March 3, 2008

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