Family Game Night is starting up again in October at the community center and will be held the third Saturday of every month. With funding from the district organizers, new games, including Mexican Train, Hedbanz, Qwirkle, chess, backgammon, Apples to Apples and ping-pong, have been purchased.
“We can’t wait to get playing!” organizer Tracy Aiken said. “Please remember adult supervision is required, and snacks and games from home are always welcome.”
Family game night will begin at 6 p.m. on Saturday, October 20, 2012.