International Games Week is an initiative of the American Library Association to reconnect communities through their libraries around the educational, recreational, and social value of all types of games.
There’s no better time to play games with your family than now! Break out board games and card games like Uno, Sorry, Apples to Apples, Spot It and more! There are also many new types of games you can learn to play like Exploding Kittens, Coup, Codenames, and Ticket to Ride.
There are many ways to celebrate this week and your love of games in general. Participate in a live virtual program with us, download online games to play, borrow books about games or borrow a videogame!
Virtual Game Programs at the Library
Here are some game programs to participate in at the library!
POKEMON VIRTUAL MEET UP
Friday, November 13, 4:00 – 5:00 pm
Join us for a virtual meet up to discuss
all things Pokémon! Pokémon Master
Lori Beth will be on hand to facilitate
Pokémon related topics such as your
favorite Pokémon, new cards, questions
about cards, and game play strategies!
Bring your cards and virtually share
some of your Pokémon adventures!
Wednesdays, December 2 (Jackbox
Games) & December 30 (Escape the
Room) 3:00-4:00 pm
Calling all gamers! Join our librarians
on our Discord server for some fun and
exciting games. Don’t forget to bring the
snacks. Registration begins November 2
Let’s get together
for some fun and exciting virtual games.
Grab the whole family and compete
against your neighbors, all from the
comfort of your own home. Don’t forget
to bring the snacks! Registration begins
Online Games to Play on Your Own Time:
Caterpillar Feast Eat your way through the leaves before the owl finds you!
Mint Cooperative A mint-based superhero game designed to fit in an Altoids tin.
Orchard Grab as much fruit as you can by overlapping tiles in the most advantageous way in this simple and clever game.
Rolling Realms This downloadable page features 9 different games on one page.
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