Saturday Afternoon Game Day!

San Diego Board Gaymers
San Diego Board Gaymers
Public group

D'Angelo and Sean's House

6362 Newsome Drive · San Diego, CA

How to find us

Just knock or ring the bell!

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Australia Day weekend sounds like a good time to play board games, right?? So let's do Saturday Game Day to celebrate!

We will have three gaming tables set up and provide some basic drinks and snacks. We have a pretty wide selection of games for everyone from board game beginners to experienced players.

What We Need From You: RSVP... Show up... Say Hello... Play some games!

Completely Optional: Bring your preferred snacks or drinks to share or games to teach and play. Feel free to message me if you want to see if we already have a particular game that you'd like to play. Most of our collection is listed at BoardGameGeek ( ).

We open the doors at 2pm and will start our first round of games about 2:30pm. I suggest getting here then for maximum gaming time! And not getting stuck waiting for a new game to start. There is no official end time. We will keep going until everyone is ready to call it a night. That's usually around 9pm. There is no obligation to stay the whole time. You are welcome to drop in late and/or leave early. Just leave a comment or a private message so we know when to expect you or whether to wait for you.

We will send a confirmation email via Meetup the day before the event to those who have RSVP'd with any last minute updates. Please confirm that you can receive emails via Meetup and that they don't go to your spam.

We should let you know that we have a small dog. She is friendly and quiet but she does shed quite a bit so please consider whether that may be an issue for you before you RSVP.

One last request: Please only RSVP if you are confident you'll be coming or change your RSVP if you respond but then your plans change. Since we have limited space, we have limited the RSVPs to a level that will ensure we have room for everyone who responds but some people may miss out if you reserve a spot you don't use.