Monday, July 18, 2016

7/22 Session

Hi guys!

My sincere apologies for how not-up-to-date this blog has been!  Life has been crazy and I've not had the time to update it.  Assume that game night is happening unless it has been otherwise posted on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month, including this upcoming one!

Thursday, March 10, 2016

3/11 Session

Hey everyone!

Just a quick reminder that tomorrow is our regularly scheduled game night.  We will be featuring Adventure  games!  There are a ridiculous amount of adventures games in the world of boardgaming, ranging from light and easy games to campaign-based games to storytelling games to heavy euro-styled games.  Bring your favorite ones (or any of your other favorites) and come have a good time with us!

We will begin at 6:30 PM and go till around 11:00 PM.

Also please note that there will not be game night on 3/25.  

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

No Game Night Friday 2/26

Hey everyone!

Due to our church's ministry called Winter Relief we are unable to have game night.  It is a ministry that hosts 50 homeless men for a week and thus most of our resources are designated in that direction.

We will resume on March 11th!

Many blessings,


Thursday, February 11, 2016

Game Night this Friday (i.e. TOMORROW!)

Hey guys!

Tomorrow (2/12) is our regularly scheduled game night at The Church at Severn Run.  It will take place at 6:30 PM and go to the normal time of 11ish.  Feel free to bring any games you'd like to see hit the table!

Looking forward to seeing everyone out!!

Thursday, January 21, 2016


Hey guys!

Due to the impending blizzard there will be NO GAME NIGHT tomorrow, January 22nd!!!

Be safe this weekend!  Bundle up and play some games at home!!

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Game Night Tomorrow

Hey everyone!

Tomorrow is our regularly schedule game night!  6:30 PM!  The Church at Severn Run!  8187 Telegraph Rd, Severn, MD 21144!  

Bring your favorite games that you got for the holidays and we'll have a great time!

Hoping to see everyone AND some new people!

Thursday, November 19, 2015

11/20 Featured Games

Hey everyone!

As mentioned last time, we will be having game night tomorrow, November 20th, at 6:30 PM rather than our regularly scheduled meeting on the fourth Friday of the month.  In December, again due to the Christmas holiday occurring on the fourth Friday, we will be meeting the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month.

This Friday, in honor of the tragedies that occurred in France, we will be playing games that in some way involve France!  Due in part to the prevalence of European designers there are a lot of games that involve European nations and France is no exception.

In no particular order, here are some of the games that will definitely be there and ones that hopefully some of ya'll will bring if you own them!

Castles of Burgundy

Burgundy is a region in Eastern-central France and is the geographical center of this very highly esteemed Euro-game by Stefan Feld.  To be honest, the theme here is a bit light and you never necessarily feel like you're specifically in France, but nonetheless it's in the name!  In this game players build up their 14th century estate filling it with farms, cities, castles, trade centers, and more, all in an effort to earn the most points.  The dice-action system in this game is extremely fun and engaging and this still rates among the best Euro-games despite its age.


Carcassonne is one of the most popular games of all time.  A classic from earlier in the 21st century, Carcassonne is a family-level tile laying game where players lay out pictures of a medieval French landscape, connecting the edges in a domino-esque way, trying to score the most points.  It is an easy game to grasp and is very enjoyable.  We own the Big Box edition as well as Winter Carcassonne so there are plenty of ways to play!


Orleans is a very popular game that recently was released.  It is a 'tile drawing' game and is somewhat unique. This format is similar to a game like Dominion, a popular deck-builder, but rather than building up a deck of cards, each player builds up a bag of various chips, each personally selected to add to the bag.  Throughout the game the player draws these, developing his strategy based on what tiles were placed in the bag.  It is an interesting system in a very accessible and enjoyable Euro game.  Note - I do not personally own Olreans but I'm hoping one of our regulars does and will bring it!

There are a number of other games that either directly involve France, include France as a country on a map or playable faction, or are designed by French composers.

So invite your games and bring your French games!