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Adult Night: Game night 22 May 2020

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Adult Night: Game night 22 May 2020

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Not that type of adult night.

Our Museum (North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences) periodically puts on "adult night" (read: 21 year or older) events where people can dress up as the characters. We have had Harry potter, Star Wars, etc.

SInce we have been closed to the public since mid March, they are trying a virtual Game night that had been scheduled to be at the Museum, before the great Debacle. It was supposed to be set with different video and tabletop games that people could play, but . . . . :cry:

It is happening tomorrow, Friday 22 May 2020. I the event is free, and there are some talks from the likes of Elizabeth Hargrave (table top Wingspan) and Josh Markiewicz from Epic Games.

Here is the link.

Worth a shot if anyone is interested.

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Re: Adult Night: Game night 22 May 2020

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How did this go?
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Re: Adult Night: Game night 22 May 2020

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ImLawBoy wrote:
Sat May 23, 2020 10:10 am
How did this go?
Thanks for asking. I really do not know, since I was taking care of the kid and not able to attend. I haven't heard back from one of the organizers (he loves the adult night events), but when we have them live, they always sell out.

I assume noone here had any interest. I just figured it was in the wheelhouse, so put it out there.
I find television very educational. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book. - Groucho Marx

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