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Games, games, and more games...

Welcome to the Cleveland Board Gamers!

We play games like Ticket to Ride, 7 Wonders, Catan, and Agricola. If you don't know how to play, we are happy to teach the games we play.

We play games at the Medina, Mayfield, Nordonia, Parma, and South Euclid Libraries, Recess Games in North Olmsted, the Quirk Cultural Center in Cuyahoga Falls, Deekers in Mentor, and Panera in Highland Heights. If you enjoy playing games, you've come to the right place! We play a lot of games here. Please check our calendar for details.

Life is simple. Eat. Sleep. Play! We don't stop playing because we grow old. We grow old when we stop playing.

I hope we see you soon.

Mike

Upcoming events (5+)

Shieldwall Gaming Club Board Game Night

35104 Euclid Ave

Starting up board gaming at the club in Willoughby, come and joins us bring some games and roll some dice.

Parma-Snow Library Game Day!

Parma Snow Branch Library

This venue is open to Board Games & Euros. Chess, war games, & various card games. This library was renovated and an addition built on in 2014. Join us for breakfast! We will be meeting for breakfast at 8:00 am at Pappou's Family Restaurant (8320 Snow Rd, Parma, OH 44129, basically on NE corner of Snow and Pearl).

BOGA at the Quirk Cultural Center!

Quirk Cultural Center

$3.00

BOGA (The Boardgamers of Greater Akron) are now holding their meetups at The Quirk Cultural Center in Cuyahoga Falls! These meetups are open to the public (you don't have to be a BOGA member to attend). Quirk is an excellent facility with tons of space to spread out and play games! There is also plenty of parking, vending machines are on site, and snacks are welcome. Use of the Quirk is not free, so we are requiring an entrance fee of $3 per person at the door (cash only). There will be lots of games available to play, and everyone is welcome and encouraged to bring some of their own as well. The Quirk Cultural Center used to be an elementary school. It's gymnasium has been converted into a Banquet Hall, which is where we meet on the second Friday of each month. On the fourth Saturday we meet on the second floor in room 207 (which used to be a classroom). We can also overflow across the hall into room 211 if we need to. Here is what the Quirk looks like from the outside: Note the covered entrance where you can safely unload your games, even in the rain! Feel free to ask any questions in the comments below!

BOGA #DAP (Design and Prototype)

Quirk Cultural Center

BOGA #DAP (Board Gamers of Greater Akron Design and Prototype) meets during BOGA on the fourth Saturday each month. We will be talking about game design and playtesting some newly designed games. When BOGA #DAP ends for the night, you have full access to join the regular BOGA session for gaming. These meetups are open to the public (you don't have to be a BOGA member to attend). Use of the Quirk is not free, so we are requiring an entrance fee of $3 per person at the door (cash only). This is the normal entrance fee to BOGA. Everyone is welcome. We need designers and playtesters alike! This event is a partnership with Ultimate Team-UP, so join their Facebook Page (https://www.facebook.com/ultimateteamup/)or visit http://www.bogadap.com for the agenda and more information.

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Recess: North Olmsted

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