Saturday 5/16 2:30PM until late
Tuesday 5/19 7PM until late
Wednesday 5/20 7PM to late
Thursday 5/21 7PM to late
Saturday 5/23 2PM to 930PM (Frist closes at 10)

These are the times when alumnus Robert West will be on the scene
with a selection of boardgames for anyone interested in a study break.
Games available will include Puerto Rico, Settlers of Catan, Splendor,
Seven Wonders, Power Grid, Carcassone, Alhambra, Brittania, Acquire,
Stone Age, Settlers of the Stone Age, Settlers of America

May 16 In History:
1770: 14-year-old Marie Antoinette marries 15-year-old Louis-Auguste who will later become King of France
1843: First major wagon train for the Pacific Northwest sets out on the Oregon Trail.
1888: Nikola Tesla describes alternating current in a lecture.
1951: First regularly scheduled transatlantic airline flights begin.

Remember, you're always welcome to bring your favorite games, or write to to make a request or organize a game in advance!

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Future Schedule At-A-Glance

We attempt to have someone in Frist with games every Saturday

We usually start around 2PM.

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About Us

For more than 30 years, the Princeton Simulation Games Union (often referred to as the SGU) has been meeting weekly to play board games, role-playing games, card games and more. Members include Princeton University students, alumni, faculty, staff and enthusiastic gamers from the local community.

Meetings and special events are also announced on our mailing list. Email Aaron Mulder to subscribe or unsubscribe.

A scene from Princecon, the SGU's annual roleplaying convention (held the first weekend of spring break)

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