South Arlington Games is now meeting at Full Spectrum War Games at 4001 West Green Oaks Blvd Ste 217 in Arlington. They have graciously agreed to host us for our Thursday night game nights. The turnout has been great with double digit attendance each Thursday over the past month. The owners listened and stocked the store with a wide variety of hot games. Prior to this the South Arlington Gamers met with few exceptions every Thursday at either Arlington Highlands Borders Books followed by the Target Superstore since May of 2007. This game group is open to all and you needn't bring a game. Just show up early and introduce yourself! Here is a link to the locations facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fullspectrumwargames
Here are some of our recent game night images.
Michelle as the Ghost in Mysterium
View of one of the three gaming areas in use.
Jake and Carl in Mysterium. The ghost still haunts the mansion.
Troyes with Rod and Barrett
Sagger Spotlight of the Month!!!
We want to showcase several Saggers each month. Included are faces you'll likely see, those of the founders, and those that come when they can.
Saggers come and Saggers go, but they are never forgotten!
The founding of South Arlington Gamers
The Four Founders: Alan Richbourg, Greg Duff, Michael Kandrac and Stephen Gassett
The first meeting of the game group occurred on May 10, 2007 at the Borders Book Store in Arlington Highlands. The store had only opened the week before. Kandrac was certain that a group that met weekly in a venue like Borders would be successful. With the exception of holidays and special events, SAG met on every Thursday until Borders went out of business on July 21, 2011. On Adam's recommendation, Kandrac approached the store management of the Super Target on Arbrook in Arlington. Permission was obtained and the group has met in that location up to the present time. A new venue is being tested at Full Spectrum War Games on Green Oaks in Southwest Arlington. A formal decision has not been made.
Special thanks to Greg's daughter, Rebecca Duff, for
this wonderful rendering of the spirit of the game group!