Ferndale Public Library and game enthusiast Anthony Cholag are geeked for Ferndale Game Day, a fun, interactive, and exciting way to spend a Saturday afternoon.
Ferndale Game Day will be held the second Saturday from September through December at The Ferndale Public Library. Beginning September 8th at 2:00 p.m., game players of all ages and levels are invited to fill the library’s community room to play and learn various card and board games. All games will be taught beforehand so no experience is necessary.
“If someone’s last experience with a board game was Monopoly, they are in for a real treat.” says Anthony. “There is a whole world of games out there that most people don’t know about. Some offer strategy, some focus on luck, some are all about teamwork, some are all about lying to your friends, some focus on your smarts, and some are just plain silly. There’s a game for everyone and I love it when I pair someone up with something they love.”
Anthony Cholag, a new Ferndale resident, approached the library with his idea, because he felt that Ferndale is full of people who are interested in something different. Adult Services Librarian, Darlene Hellenberg, is excited for the wide range of games that Cholag will share with the community. “Games are such a great way for families and friends to interact. I hope the community will come out and play,” she said about the program.
Source: Ferndale Public Library