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GAME: Zooloretto
TEACHER: Dana Tillusz
START TIME: 6:30
DURATION: 60 minutes
# OF PLAYERS:
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GAME: Ra
TEACHER: Dana Tillusz
START TIME: 7:30
DURATION: 75 minutes
# OF PLAYERS:
1. Dana
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GAME: Bruges
TEACHER: Dana Tillusz
START TIME: 8:45
DURATION: 90 minutes
# OF PLAYERS:
1. Dana
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GAME: Fauna
TEACHER: Dana Tillusz
START TIME: 6:30
DURATION: 60 minutes
# OF PLAYERS:
1. Dana T
2. puty
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GAME: Winner's Circle
TEACHER: Dana Tillusz
START TIME: 7:30 (after Fauna)
DURATION: 60-90 minutes
# OF PLAYERS:
1. Dana T
2. puty
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I'm planning on bring Cryptid out for afterwards, but I won't put it on the schedule.

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That’s awesome! Tacos were great.

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GAME: Evolution: Climate
TEACHER: Dana_Tillusz
START TIME: 6:30
DURATION: 90 minutes
# OF PLAYERS: 3-4
1. Dana
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Boston Pizza contacted me and the earliest the work is going to be done is 9pm.

Sorry folks, but tonight's ChewsDay Challenge will need to be cancelled. Have a great long weekend and see you next week.

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BP called me and they said the earliest they will be open tonight is 7:00 pm.

They will post on their Facebook page when they know more.

Facebook account: https://www.facebook.com/bps.north/

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Boston Pizza is dealing with a broken water pipe. They've been closed most of the day, trying hard to resolve the issue. If they can't get it fixed BPs will be closed this evening.

I will know more around 3:30 or 4. Please watch this thread and I will update it when I get the information.


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I got a message from Britt asking if anyone noticed a jacket left over at the event at the Star Wars Destiny table.

Nothing was left behind. She might want to phone the facility just incase, but we stayed until the venue closed and didn't find anything.

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11 people played in the KeyForge Reversal Tournament. Congratulations to Hayden Matchett for the win!

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13 people played this awesome game, and Stephen Luff won himself a copy of Blue Lagoon to take home.

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We had a full 16 people in the tournament! Mike McCallion took it all! Congrats!

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:scrab-p :scrab-r :scrab-i :scrab-z :scrab-e :scrab-s

Thanks to Random.org the following people won the door prizes:

Early Bird Draw for Raise Your Goblets: Kim Hall (Darkland Pixie)


Attendance / Volunteer Draw for DC Spyfall w/ promos: Jonathan Bauche

All prizes will be available for pick up at the South Albert ComicReaders location after Monday May 13th! Congratulations!

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Prairie Game Expo Recap

ATTENDANCE: 225

BOARD GAMES PLAYED: Blue Lagoon, Gentes, Shadowrun Crossfire, Fresco, Stone Age, Ticket to Ride: Europe, Robin Hood & Merry Men, Star Realms, Dixit, Gans Schon Clever, Reef, Century: Spice Road, Batman: Gotham Chronicles, Potion Explosion, Space Base, Shout-Out, Yomi, Cave Evil, Plague Inc., Awful Orphanage, Aquasphere, Kingsburg, Import / Export, Can't Stop, Insider, Medieval Academy, Tichu, La Granga: No Siesta, Brass, Crusaders: Thy Will Be Done, Endeavor: Age of Sail, Star Wars: Destiny, Azul: Stain Glass of Sintra, Sagrada, Hive, Kingdomino, Animal Upon Animal, Clank!, Ticket to Ride, Cockroach Poker, tummple!, Azul, Hanabi, Hamsterolle, Villa Paletti, Tsuro, Photosynthesis, Just One, King of Tokyo, Railroad Ink, Rhino Hero, NMBR 9, Linja, Enchanted Tower, Ice Cool, Carcassonne, Jungle Speed, Codenames, Harry Potter: Hogwart's Battle, Villa Paletti, Wingspan & more! (Please let us know what you played that I missed recording!)

RPGS PLAYED: Pathfinder, Starfinder, Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition, The Quiet Year, Star Wars - Edge of the Empire & Fiasco

MINIATURE GAMES PLAYED: Gaslands, Warmachine & X-Wing 2.0

CCGS PLAYED: Keyforge, Final Fantasy

LOCALLY DESIGNED GAMES PLAYED: Galactic Payload, Path of the Bushido, The New World Order, & Basic Dungeoneering: Run, you fools, run!

HIGHLIGHTS:
(1) 225 attendees!!!
(2) Big thanks to anyone who taught games at Prairie Game Expo-- whether you were an official Prairie Game Expo Ambassador or an attendee kind enough to invite people to your table.
(3) It was good to see so many different types of games played.
(4) Special thanks to SaskGames, Al Ritchie Community Centre, & Core Ritchie Community Centre.

Also, if you have any thoughts or feedback about these events, send an email to PGX@SaskGames.com

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