Library boredom-buster board games

Spring is here and two new collections are sprouting up in the library: tabletop games and jigsaw puzzles.

This new collection is perfect for family game night or get-togethers with friends.

Tabletop games are anything that you might play at a table, including board game favourites like Settlers of Catan, card games like The Resistance, and role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons.

Just as books and movies have genres, games can have them too.

For instance, thriller fans will appreciate the creepy Betrayal at House on the Hill, which has a different floor plan every time you play, and a unique two-part structure where everyone works together for the first half, only to have one player become a villain during the second.

The library’s jigsaw puzzles are high quality, with names that puzzle fans have come to trust, like Cobble Hill and Ravensburger. The majority of the puzzles are 1000 pieces, which makes for a great challenge over a long weekend or a trip to a cottage.

Games and puzzles can be borrowed to take home or used in the library. You can take them home for 21 days and then they can be renewed if another customer hasn’t placed a hold.

Visit the library to see these fun new collections in person or search them online through the catalogue by using the search term “tabletop games.”

For more information, visit wsplibrary.ca.

 

 

Photo: Tabletop games are anything that you might play at a table, including board game favourites like Settlers of Catan, card games like The Resistance, and role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons.

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