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Word Game Night (Not Just Scrabble!)

How many people here are absolutely sick and tired of playing Scrabble on a computer? Well, I have good news for you! If you're up for a light and friendly word game (of any kind), come on down to the Pru on January 16 and find out who else is fed up with playing Scrabble online! This is a joint event with Cards and Conversation Meet Up group.

If Boggle or Bananagrams is your thing, this is also for you! Discover the joys of playing online games with a REAL LIVE person! (My grandparents tell me this is how people used to do it before the war.) So come socialize over squares with letters on them and actually talk with someone while thinking about words.


By car: Here are some driving directions to the event. Street parking on Boylston Street and the surrounding streets are available, but it is very limited. Your best bet will be to park at the Prudential Center garage, $12 with validation at any store or food vendor. For more information about parking at Prudential Center, visit their parking rates page. A map showing the parking garage entrances is here. The cheapest and most convenient way to get here is to carpool with a couple of friends -- when you split the cost of parking, it can be cheaper than the parking and taking the subway...

By subway: If you are coming in via the subway, you have a number of great options:

Green Line: For 'E' trains only, please use Prudential Station on Huntington Avenue. For all other Green Line trains, please use Copley on Boylston Street at Dartmouth Street (next to the Boston Public Library) or Hynes Convention Center on Massachusetts Avenue at Newbury Street.Orange Line or Commuter Rail: There's a direct underground connection between Copley Mall and Back Bay Station on the Orange and Purple Lines. From Copley Center you can cross the Copley Bridge into Prudential Center.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry. Something came up. Won't be able to make it tonight. Have fun

    January 16, 2014

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