From LetsPlayGreenBay.com :
"Let's Play Green Bay will offer tabletop games – ranging from family, adult, children's and parlor games, as well as strategy, adventure, fantasy, science fiction games, miniatures and role-playing. Classics such as Chess, Go, Backgammon and Bunco will also be present with great European games like Settlers of Catan. Let's Play Green Bay will provide both competitive and social gaming opportunities for all ages.
Attendees are invited to join in the action and play at the vendor tables. Everyone is encouraged to try something new, enter a tournament or watch exciting demonstrations of larger-than-life board games. A huge variety of high quality games waits to be discovered and Shopko Hall will be filled to the brim with familiar and exotic games from manufacturers across the planet. Let's Play Green Bay will be three days of fun, a place to meet old friends and make new ones while trying out thousands of face-to-face games. Let's Play is your invitation to quality family fun!
Let's Play takes place Friday, March 30 from 4pm – 9pm, Saturday, March 31 from 10am – 9pm and Sunday April 1 from 10am – 4pm."
For full details, go to http://www.letsplaygreenbay.com
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