Friday, June 19, 2009

Got Games?

The Center for Family Life is starting up its summer Neighborhood Center at PS 1 on July 7th, and they'd love to help you clean out your space. If you have age-appropriate board games for ages 8 through 16, bring them on over to 345 43rd Street. They'll get good use, and you'll stop pretending you're going to invite buddies over to have a "game night" with pizza and beer. (It sounds like so much fun, and yet it never seems to materialize.)

I'm sure that games like Dominoes, Go Fish, Boggle, and Uno are also welcome. Does anyone have a Don't Break the Ice? Or Rock 'Em Sock 'Em? They were always good for getting out some aggression.

from Pamela Mendelsohn, a program supervisor at the Center for Family Life:

Seeking Gently-Used Board Games

We are seeking donations of gently used board games for ages 8-teen for the Center for Family Life Neighborhood Center program at PS1, which is a sports, art and recreation program for youth 8-16 years old, open to the community.

If you have games that you or your children have out-grown, we would love to take them off your hands and put them to great use. If you would like to donate some games, please bring them to the Center for Family Life, 345 43rd Street, Mon-Fri 8am-10pm or Sat 9am-5pm.

We welcome you and your children to join us this summer at PS1 Neighborhood Center in the school yard on 47th Street for some games and activities. Starting July 7th, we are open Monday-Friday 1-7pm.

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