Let’s have some fun!!
Join our Vegan Potluck at 5:00 PM, If you don’t know what to bring, bring fruit or a salad or just call me for suggestions (no honey, eggs, dairy, mayonnaise, gelatin, or meat). If you want to share your snack with the hostess, keep in mind that I have several food allergies (wheat, cinnamon, green bell peppers, water cress, parsley, and chocolate) that might prevent me from tasting your tasty treats. Raw fruits and veggies are great!
Or join us for games at about 6:00PM or 6:30 PM.
We usually play games like “Tsuro,” “Ticket to Ride,” “Splendor,” “Transamerica,” “Cable Car,” “6 Cubes,” “Take a Chance,” “Blokus,” and games brought by you and others. Please bring your favorite game to share with us.
I enjoy teaching people how to play games, come and learn a new game or play an old favorite. I prefer games that are easy to learn, end for everyone at the same time (unlike Monopoly), and last 30 to 60 minutes. I also have a few that last 15 to 20 minutes. You can bring your own game. Longer games are less popular, but we did have a three-hour game of “Power Grid” played at the other table while I played “Ticket to Ride” and three other games. (Warning, “Cards Against Humanity” will not be played here.)
5:00 PM – Potluck
6:00 or 6:30 PM – Board games
10:00 PM – Time to go home, unless we’re having too much fun!
I post this event with two meetup groups, so I usually get five to ten people attending.
(408). If you are reading this after noon on the day of the Meetup, call to let me know that you want to come and what time you think you will arrive.
My place is across the street from an empty lot. Your GPS will say that I live in the empty lot.
P.S. If you have something that needs to be sewn or want to learn to sew, you are welcome to arrive at 1 PM with your project. I have repaired coats, Blankets, and pillow cases. My newest project is a lamp shade. I have created a lamp shade and an apron without a pattern. Instructed a woman on how to make a square dance skirt without a pattern (her friends were amazed) and one on how to sew a cover for an outdoor piece of furniture. She insisted upon buying the amount of material that she have computed, but with my suggestion, she had so much left over that she made a cover for the outdoor grill.
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