Will you be ready for International Games Day on November 16? We will be running open video games and board games between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM and from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM in the Huntley Meeting Room at the St. Charles Public Library.
On tap will be Mario Kart Wii time trials. Players will get the chance to be stacked up against racers from all seven continents! For those of you with an artistic bent, we will be playing our brand-new Just Dance Disney Party for Kinect and LEGO Rock Band on PS3.
If you prefer good, old-fashioned board games, come by and try out two new ones, Crossways and Tapple (check out instructions for playing Tapple, below), both donated by USAopoly. And we have many others: Come by and see!
This event has always been popular with families and solo gamers. Come one, come all!
Drop in and join us this Saturday, November 3, for International Games Day. We will be running video and board games, from 10 am-Noon and 1-4 pm, in the Huntley Meeting Room.
Calling all Mario Kart players! New this year will be Mario Kart trials. We will be comparing our highest scores against scores from libraries all over the world!
Even if Mario Kart or video games aren’t your thing, we hope you will join us for board games. The online game company, Ravensburger, has donated their new game, Labyrinth, a race for treasures in a moving maze. We’re looking forward to trying it out.
After hours, from 4:30-9 pm, Humans vs. Zombies will be roaming through the Library. You must be in high school or older. If you would like to test your survival skills, register by November 1 at the Information Services desk on the main level of the library. Parents of students under the age of 18 must sign a permission form.