• Games Night

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    A get-together for a little fun brain exercise. The games have us doing things like exploring an island, building a medieval city, racing penguins or putting on a fireworks display. They're explained in 5-15 minutes, play for 1-2 hours, and are fun to explore. We have lots of experience explaining games, so are pretty good at it. We play to have fun, so we each try to do well in the game, but aren't any more competitive than that. Snacks & drinks are provided. If there's anything specific you want or need, you may want to bring it yourself. You can eat dinner before showing or bring one with you. You don't need to tell the host you're coming, but we appreciate it when you do. :-) It's OK to be a little late, but if you're too late, you may not be able to join a game. You can always watch, though. Contact the Games Night Coordinator ([masked]) for more information about Games Nights in general, the host for specifics about this night.

  • Games Night

    Location visible to members

    A get-together for a little fun brain exercise. The games have us doing things like exploring an island, building a medieval city, racing penguins or putting on a fireworks display. They're explained in 5-15 minutes, play for 1-2 hours, and are fun to explore. We have lots of experience explaining games, so are pretty good at it. We play to have fun, so we each try to do well in the game, but aren't any more competitive than that. Snacks & drinks are provided. If there's anything specific you want or need, you may want to bring it yourself. You can eat dinner before showing or bring one with you. You don't need to tell the host you're coming, but we appreciate it when you do. :-) It's OK to be a little late, but if you're too late, you may not be able to join a game. You can always watch, though. Contact the Games Night Coordinator ([masked]) for more information about Games Nights in general, the host for specifics about this night.

  • Games Night

    Location visible to members

    A get-together for a little fun brain exercise. The games have us doing things like exploring an island, building a medieval city, racing penguins or putting on a fireworks display. They're explained in 5-15 minutes, play for 1-2 hours, and are fun to explore. We have lots of experience explaining games, so are pretty good at it. We play to have fun, so we each try to do well in the game, but aren't any more competitive than that. Snacks & drinks are provided. If there's anything specific you want or need, you may want to bring it yourself. You can eat dinner before showing or bring one with you. You don't need to tell the host you're coming, but we appreciate it when you do. :-) It's OK to be a little late, but if you're too late, you may not be able to join a game. You can always watch, though. Contact the Games Night Coordinator ([masked]) for more information about Games Nights in general, the host for specifics about this night.

  • Pizza party (with cupcake baking/decorating)

    Unitarian Universalist Church

    Hi all, Please come and eat pizza at the UUCA kitchen and join us in baking/decorating cupcakes. We're celebrating a Staff Appreciation Sunday on the 17th for the church staff who do so much for us and we want to make a bunch of cupcakes for the congregation. Meika is going to lead the baking efforts and I'll order pizza/have beverages (but if you want wine or beer please bring it). Hope you will join us for some fun chatter and food festivities. It's been a while since the group has gotten together and would love to catch up with people. Cheers!

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  • Games Night

    Location visible to members

    A get-together for a little fun brain exercise. The games have us doing things like exploring an island, building a medieval city, racing penguins or putting on a fireworks display. They're explained in 5-15 minutes, play for 1-2 hours, and are fun to explore. We have lots of experience explaining games, so are pretty good at it. We play to have fun, so we each try to do well in the game, but aren't any more competitive than that. Snacks & drinks are provided. If there's anything specific you want or need, you may want to bring it yourself. You can eat dinner before showing or bring one with you. You don't need to tell the host you're coming, but we appreciate it when you do. :-) It's OK to be a little late, but if you're too late, you may not be able to join a game. You can always watch, though. Contact the Games Night Coordinator ([masked]) for more information about Games Nights in general, the host for specifics about this night.

  • Games Night

    Location visible to members

    A get-together for a little fun brain exercise. The games have us doing things like exploring an island, building a medieval city, racing penguins or putting on a fireworks display. They're explained in 5-15 minutes, play for 1-2 hours, and are fun to explore. We have lots of experience explaining games, so are pretty good at it. We play to have fun, so we each try to do well in the game, but aren't any more competitive than that. Snacks & drinks are provided. If there's anything specific you want or need, you may want to bring it yourself. You can eat dinner before showing or bring one with you. You don't need to tell the host you're coming, but we appreciate it when you do. :-) It's OK to be a little late, but if you're too late, you may not be able to join a game. You can always watch, though. Contact the Games Night Coordinator ([masked]) for more information about Games Nights in general, the host for specifics about this night.

  • Games Night

    Location visible to members

    A get-together for a little fun brain exercise. The games have us doing things like exploring an island, building a medieval city, racing penguins or putting on a fireworks display. They're explained in 5-15 minutes, play for 1-2 hours, and are fun to explore. We have lots of experience explaining games, so are pretty good at it. We play to have fun, so we each try to do well in the game, but aren't any more competitive than that. Snacks & drinks are provided. If there's anything specific you want or need, you may want to bring it yourself. You can eat dinner before showing or bring one with you. You don't need to tell the host you're coming, but we appreciate it when you do. :-) It's OK to be a little late, but if you're too late, you may not be able to join a game. You can always watch, though. Contact the Games Night Coordinator ([masked]) for more information about Games Nights in general, the host for specifics about this night.

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  • Games Night

    Location visible to members

    A get-together for a little fun brain exercise. The games have us doing things like exploring an island, building a medieval city, racing penguins or putting on a fireworks display. They're explained in 5-15 minutes, play for 1-2 hours, and are fun to explore. We have lots of experience explaining games, so are pretty good at it. We play to have fun, so we each try to do well in the game, but aren't any more competitive than that. Snacks & drinks are provided. If there's anything specific you want or need, you may want to bring it yourself. You can eat dinner before showing or bring one with you. You don't need to tell the host you're coming, but we appreciate it when you do. :-) It's OK to be a little late, but if you're too late, you may not be able to join a game. You can always watch, though. Contact the Games Night Coordinator ([masked]) for more information about Games Nights in general, the host for specifics about this night.

  • Games Night

    Location visible to members

    A get-together for a little fun brain exercise. The games have us doing things like exploring an island, building a medieval city, racing penguins or putting on a fireworks display. They're explained in 5-15 minutes, play for 1-2 hours, and are fun to explore. We have lots of experience explaining games, so are pretty good at it. We play to have fun, so we each try to do well in the game, but aren't any more competitive than that. Snacks & drinks are provided. If there's anything specific you want or need, you may want to bring it yourself. You can eat dinner before showing or bring one with you. You don't need to tell the host you're coming, but we appreciate it when you do. :-) It's OK to be a little late, but if you're too late, you may not be able to join a game. You can always watch, though. Contact the Games Night Coordinator ([masked]) for more information about Games Nights in general, the host for specifics about this night.

  • Trivia at Rustico-Ballston

    Rustico Restaurant and Bar

    We are trying a new location and a new night for trivia! All you smart UUs could really help!!

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