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Re: [boardgames-35] Southside Gaming

From: Heather H
Sent on: Friday, September 19, 2008 3:43 PM
Tom, that 3 yr. old would be just the thing to occupy my 14 yr. old ( a Red Cross certified babysitter with pediatric first aid training) while the rest of us play. We have had friends with kids over to play games before, and the built-in babysitter went over well ;). We don't host that sort of thing often, because we are "pet heavy" at our house. We find that not many friends appreciate our four dogs as much as we do (although they are very well behaved, and kid-safe). We had a good time at Moe's -even with the kids along, so that's an option too. We have about 40 or so games; from Munckin to Acquire to Betrayal at the House on the Hill, there's pretty much something for everyone. Our most recent purchase was the Ticket To Ride card game; we all like that one. Shadows over Camelot will pull in the15 yr.old neighbor kid. I like card games and the 'lighter' fare, Paul prefers the heavier, longer-playing games.  We're all game for something new.

----- Original Message ----
From: Tom <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Friday, September 19,[masked]:12:02 AM
Subject: Re: [boardgames-35] Southside Gaming

Awesome...I'd love to get together with all of you to game some time.  I don't have a ton of spare time with a family (almost 3 year old daughter), but do find that I could use the unwind time of some good gaming.

Is there anything in particular you guys typically play? 

-----Original Message-----
From: Heather H <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Thu, 18 Sep[masked]:43 pm
Subject: Re: [boardgames-35] Southside Gaming

Paul and I also live in Stockbridge; we'd love to have something close. There's also another Steve in Stockbridge, so that's at least four of us for games. We used to have a group of 5 or so who got together at Moe's on Mt. Zion, but it dissolved last year.


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