• Board Games by the Books

    Corona Public Library

    With support of the Corona Public Library, my son and I will be running a weekly group to play games. Please join us! We are always looking for new players and games to play. Bring your favorites and we will try getting them to the table. If you are looking for any specific games to play, let me know and I will see if I can get a copy or perhaps one of the other members will have it and will be willing to bring it with them. This will be an ongoing group being advertised through the library, so there will probably be other people than just who is part of this group. We hope to see you there.

  • Corona Board Gaming, Sunday Afternoon and Evening

    2459 Northmoor Dr

    Gaming will start at noon with Western Legends, and later (or concurrent) games can include Puerto Rico, Evolution, Troyes, Alien Frontiers, and many other possibilities. Light, medium, and heavy games will be here, or bring your own. Snacks are welcome, light snacks are here, Domino's and others are nearby. Any questions text[masked]

  • Board Games by the Books

    Corona Public Library

  • Board Games by the Books

    Corona Public Library

    With support of the Corona Public Library, my son and I will be running a weekly group to play games. Please join us! We are always looking for new players and games to play. Bring your favorites and we will try getting them to the table. If you are looking for any specific games to play, let me know and I will see if I can get a copy or perhaps one of the other members will have it and will be willing to bring it with them. This will be an ongoing group being advertised through the library, so there will probably be other people than just who is part of this group. We hope to see you there.

  • Noctem Ludo at the Couchman Clubhouse!

    Location visible to members

    Hi there! Please text me if you have a question I haven't answered below:[masked]. For some reason, my Meetup app doesn't push notifications properly so I don't often see Meetup messages. My husband and I have four babies under 4 and don't want to drive far to play games all the time. We actually host a monthly game night at our church (Calvary Church, not Calvary Chapel) in Santa Ana through the Orange County Board Gamers Meetup group the first Friday of each month only because my husband's parents agreed to watch our kids on those nights. But we reeeally like board games and want adult time more than just one night each month. So we've decided to host an event the second and fourth Friday nights of each month at our home behind Corona High School. There will be some weeks we'll have to cancel, I'm sure (vacations, birthdays, illness?), but I'll update the Meetup event pages as early as possible. If you're in a similar predicament, you're welcome to bring your kids to play and fall asleep. We've got a huge TV and game consoles for older kids in the living room and a baby-proof playroom for young kids close to the dining room, where we will be playing games. Our kids sleep at 7pm in their own room but we have a couple more rooms where you could bring your little kids to fall asleep (we have a pack-and-play, a couple rock-and-plays, a twin bed, and a king bed). Inside our home, we can seat eight people around our dining room table and another eight on our couch around a couple large coffee tables in our living room (if we have no kids that want to use the TV). When it heats up or if we start filling wait lists, my husband and I will find outdoor heaters and open up our large deck for maybe an additional 30 people on patio furniture. RSVPs through this app are super important! We'll try to have enough tables, chairs, and drinks on hand each Friday for all the RSVPs. If you're bringing kids, RSVP only for the adults coming and just text me with the ages of your kids. We'll come up with a plan to entertain them and a way to put them to sleep if you need. We live at a bend in the road and there is plenty of parking on the street. No restrictions. If you bring your dinner and eat with us, we can play longer! We'll start at 6:00 for those of you who eat dinner this early or are home from work by then but you're welcome to show up as late as you'd like and jump into the next game. You're also welcome to stay as long as it takes to finish your last game (some games take several hours to play), but we'd like to not start any games after 11pm. Our kids wake early, regardless of how late their parents play games the night before. Bring snacks and games to share. This isn't required but the more, the merrier! We'll provide ice, filtered water, lemonade, tea and hot chocolate. We own many games (a good mix of party and strategy) but there are so many more out there! Kylan, this Meetup group's organizer, actually sells board games and has access to basically anything in print. Ask him if you're looking for a particular game and we don't have it. I'll try to create an inventory of all our games and add a link to this event as soon as I can. Post a game you'd like to bring and what time you think you'll be here in the discussion if you'd like to check if someone else is interested in playing with you before you even arrive. Have I left anything out?

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  • Board Games by the Books

    Corona Public Library

    With support of the Corona Public Library, my son and I will be running a weekly group to play games. Please join us! We are always looking for new players and games to play. Bring your favorites and we will try getting them to the table. If you are looking for any specific games to play, let me know and I will see if I can get a copy or perhaps one of the other members will have it and will be willing to bring it with them. This will be an ongoing group being advertised through the library, so there will probably be other people than just who is part of this group. We hope to see you there.

    4
  • Board Games by the Books

    Corona Public Library

    With support of the Corona Public Library, my son and I will be running a weekly group to play games. Please join us! We are always looking for new players and games to play. Bring your favorites and we will try getting them to the table. If you are looking for any specific games to play, let me know and I will see if I can get a copy or perhaps one of the other members will have it and will be willing to bring it with them. This will be an ongoing group being advertised through the library, so there will probably be other people than just who is part of this group. We hope to see you there.

    2
  • Noctem Ludo at the Couchman Clubhouse!

    Location visible to members

    Hi there! Please text me if you have a question I haven't answered below:[masked]. For some reason, my Meetup app doesn't push notifications properly so I don't often see Meetup messages. My husband and I have four babies under 4 and don't want to drive far to play games all the time. We actually host a monthly game night at our church (Calvary Church, not Calvary Chapel) in Santa Ana through the Orange County Board Gamers Meetup group the first Friday of each month only because my husband's parents agreed to watch our kids on those nights. But we reeeally like board games and want adult time more than just one night each month. So we've decided to host an event the second and fourth Friday nights of each month at our home behind Corona High School. If you're in a similar predicament, you're welcome to bring your kids to play and fall asleep. We've got a huge TV and game consoles for older kids in the living room and a baby-proof playroom for young kids close to the dining room, where we will be playing games. Our kids sleep at 7pm in their own room but we have a couple more rooms where you could bring your little kids to fall asleep (we have a pack-and-play, a couple rock-and-plays, a twin bed, and a king bed). Inside our home, we can seat eight people around our dining room table and another eight on our couch around a couple large coffee tables in our living room (if we have no kids that want to use the TV). When it heats up or if we start filling wait lists, my husband and I will find outdoor heaters and open up our large deck for maybe an additional 30 people on patio furniture. RSVPs through this app are super important! We'll try to have enough tables, chairs, and drinks on hand each Friday for all the RSVPs. If you're bringing kids, RSVP only for the adults coming and just text me with the ages of your kids. We'll come up with a plan to entertain them and a way to put them to sleep if you need. We live at a bend in the road and there is plenty of parking on the street. No restrictions. If you bring your dinner and eat with us, we can play longer! We'll start at 6pm for those of you who eat dinner this early or are home from work by then but you're welcome to show up as late as you'd like and jump into the next game. You're also welcome to stay as long as it takes to finish your last game (some games take several hours to play), but we'd like to ask that you not start any games after 11pm. Our kids wake early, regardless of how late their parents play games the night before. Bring snacks and games to share. This isn't required but the more, the merrier! We'll provide ice, filtered water, lemonade, tea and hot chocolate. We own many games (a good mix of party and strategy) but there are so many more out there! Kylan, this Meetup group's organizer, actually sells board games and has access to basically anything in print. Ask him if you're looking for a particular game and we don't have it. I'll try to create an inventory of all our games and add a link to this event as soon as I can. Post a game you'd like to bring and what time you think you'll be here in the discussion if you'd like to check if someone else is interested in playing with you before you even arrive. Have I left anything out? :) erica couchman

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  • Board Games by the Books

    Corona Public Library

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