Having fun at family game night

Blueberry Creek Community School was the place on Tuesday night for the first of three family game nights.

Enjoying family game night at Blueberry Creek School on Tuesday night are (from left) Olivia Newman

Blueberry Creek Community School was the place on Tuesday night for the first of three family game nights. Several families came out and played different board games such as Monopoly and Connect four and enjoyed a nice pasta dinner all for free.

The game nights continue tonight (Wednesday) at Robson School at 5:30 – 7 p.m. and Thursday (Jan. 31) at Twin Rivers School also from 5:30 – 7 p.m.

These events are offered by Castlegar & District Public Library, Blueberry Creek Community School Hub, Robson Community School, School District 20, Castlegar & District Community Complex and Columbia Basin Alliance for Literacy.

 

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