International Games Day at your library is an annual celebration of games, play, libraries and learning, and is absolutely free and open to anyone around the globe. The games can be video games, tabletop games, social games, party games, traditional folk games - you name it! Bring your favorite to share, design your own game, or come to learn a game that's totally new to you. Read more about West Slope Community Library's Games Day events in the Oregonian.
Several WCCLS member libraries are hosting events Saturday, November 15:
- Beaverton City Library: The library's Wii U console will be set up from 10am-12pm in the Teen Room, and board games will be available throughout the day.
- Cedar Mill Community Library: 6-9pm, Board games, card games and computer games set up throughout the library for the whole family ages 5 and up (including Dominion, Settlers of Catan, King of Tokyo, Alhambra, and Ticket to Ride); bring your own game, learn a new game or master an old favorite.
- Hillsboro Shute Park Branch Library: 1-3pm, "International Games Day - Unplugged;" Lots of board games, card games, and puzzles. Bring your family and friends and have fun. Enjoy some hot cocoa and cookies too!
- Hillsboro Main Library: 1-4pm; Lots of board games and electronic games for adults, teens, and children of all ages.
- Sherwood Public Library: 2-4pm, Children & family board games, cards & puzzles in the Community Room; Ages 10-100 in the Young Adult area.
- Tigard Public Library: Saturday 10am-6pm & Sunday (Nov. 16) 12pm-6pm, "International Games Weekend;" Games are taking over the library! Bring your friends or the whole family and play it up with self-service board games, card games and more. Young Adult Room.
- Tualatin Public Library: 1-5pm; Come enjoy tabletop games throughout the library.
- West Slope Community Library: "Make & Play" game design workshop for all ages, 12:30-2:30pm; table games set up throughout the library all day (including Hanabi, Pandemic, Tsuro, Carcasonne, Trival Pursuit, Scrabble, and others).