A Shiny New Look!

A Shiny New Look!

We are proud to announce and show off the brand new look for our website! We are still working out a few bugs but the new design is fresh, possibly spiffy, and responsive (just try resizing your browser window to see for yourself.) We are also excited to announce that we have a new blogger, Kali Rocheleau, who will be helping out from time to time. Kali has been a gamer since a young age and has worked for many years at both a youth program revolving around games and a game store. She will be helping me out with reviews, assisting with game design, creating artwork, and providing her own content for the blog. My goal for 2014 is to get more content up in a timely manner so here goes nothing. If there is a specific topic or game you would like to see covered, please let us know by heading over to the contact page and dropping us a line. Share...

The Sages of RPG and Portsmouth Public Library offer Saturday afternoon gaming beginning January 28 from 1-3:30 in the Hilton Garden Room

**For Immediate Release** The Portsmouth Public Library and Sages of RPG offer Saturday afternoon gaming beginning January 28 from 1-3:30 in the Hilton Garden Room. The Portsmouth Public Library and the Seacoast gaming organization, Sages of RPG, are teaming up to offer something new this winter –‘Let’s Play Board Games’.  The public is invited to join us for intentional gaming with board, card, and dice games, from 1-3:30 on Saturdays, January 28 and February 18.  Many games will be available at the library but feel free to bring along your favorite to share. The mission of Sages of RPG (role playing games) is to promote face to face interaction, education, and family togetherness through intentional gaming with board, card, and role playing games. Wayne Moulton Jr., founder of Sages of RPG, will be facilitating the gaming afternoons.  He has been gaming since he was a child and continues to share his passion for gaming by running successful community gaming events. In his professional life he works with people of all ages and abilities to spread his love of the gaming hobby.  He says, “Board games are a wonderful way to meet new people and have a great time. Through our partnership with the library we will be able to share the gaming hobby with people who may have never heard of it.” Saturday afternoon games will complement the long-standing gathering of Mah Jongg players who meet every Saturday morning from 10-Noon in the Hilton Garden Room. ‘Let’s Play Board Games’ is free and open to the public.   The library is located at 175 Parrott Avenue, next to the Portsmouth...