Dates: July 10th, July 24th, July 31st, August 14th, and August 28th
Time: 2:00 – 5:00
(6 spots available at the table)
Ages 13-18 years
There is no need to come each week, come when you can! Pandora’s staff will provide you with a character to play, or you can make your own in advance. (check with the store for appropriate level). Instruction will be given to new players during the game. All that’s required is a good attitude and some imagination!
Characters will fight giants, orcs, and so much more! Build a team, work together, increase your imagination and most of all.. have fun! Dice are and pencils are provided. You may want a players handbook or the basic rules and your own set of dice. (admission is free, snacks and beverages are available for purchase)
Here is how it works:
Upon joining the league, each player should receive:
• 3 Hour of Devastation HOU booster packs
• 1 HOU league card
• 1 league card storage box
Cost: $13.00 Week One (additional booster packs are added at your own cost. You may add one additional pack each week or each time you lose three matches.)
1. The league runs over four successive weeks on Tuesday.
2. Each player purchases three Hour of Devastation booster packs and receives a league match card.
3. Players build a minimum 30-card deck from their three boosters and play as many matches as they like. There are two special rules: matches should be just one game, and each player may take one free mulligan per match.
4. Weeks 2, 3, 4: Players may purchase and add 1 Hour of Devastation booster. No change to minimum deck size.
After 3 Losses: Players may purchase and add 1 Hour of Devastation booster (1x/week).
5. Pandora's will issue rewards at the end of the league for "most improved", "most new players recruited.", "most overall wins", "most overall losses" etc.
Week 1: Tuesday, July 18 (three initial boosters)
Week 2: Tuesday, July 25 (additional booster)
Week 3: Tuesday, Aug 1 (additional booster)
Week 4: Tuesday, Aug 8 (additional booster)
Friday Night Magic is another one of our events to look forward too! Pit your Standard, Modern, Legacy or Draft deck against other players for your chance to win booster packs! (A new format each week, check the calendar for the next one.) There will be three rounds of three games. The first player each round to win two games wins a booster of their choice. (Swiss Prizing).
Do you have a DCI allowing you to play in regular tournaments and events? If not it’s FREE! Visit the Wizards Account page to create one today.
6:00pm – Midnight
Entry free dependent on Format and prizing
*Note: Casual Magic is also available at no cost.
Join Lesley Winfield, Maia Foster, and Shawna Cevraini live on January 12th as they discuss the book Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult. The babes will share their thoughts on the book, ask each other some probing questions, then open the door to Facebook and twitter questions.
The show will air monthly on Facebook Live the second Thursday of the month at 7pm. It will then be available for viewing on YouTube, OCTV, and ONet Channel 148.
Want to read ahead!?
Aug 10th - A Man Called Ove by Fredrik BackmanAuthor Chat
Sept 14th - Speak by Laurie Halse
Oct 12th - Local Author Chat
Nov 9th - TBA - Shawna's Pick
Dec 14th - Men Explain things to Me by Rebecca Solnit
September 8th Seveneves by Neal Stephenson
October 20thth Sisters Brothers by Patrick DeWitt
November 10th The Magicians: A Novel By Lev Grossman
December 8th The House of Silk: A Sherlock Holmes Novel by Anthony Horowitz
January 12th Small Great Things by Jodi Picoult
February 9th Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer
March 9th Cure for Madness by Jodi McIsaac
April 13th All the Light we Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
May 11th The Circle by Dave Eggers
June 8th The Little Book of Hygge by Meek Wiking
July 13th - The One in a Million Boy by Monica Wood
The Divine Goddess Book Club is one of our regular events and is about empowering women. Books include various fiction and non fiction titles that allow for engaging and enlightening conversations that foster friendship and empowerment for women. The group discusses the same book in various parts for an entire month meeting every Thursday. As always, with this Book Club: You don’t have to read the books. You don’t have to come to every gathering.
Come when you are called. Share how you feel. Visit the Facebook group to continue the conversation!
The second and fourth Thursday of each month
5:00 – 6:00pm
July – Lilac Girls by Martha Hall Kelly
August – Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay
September 2016 – Ignite – Swati Chavda – the author is going to visit us!
October – Let’s Pretend this Never Happened – Jenny Lawson
November – Sarah’s Key – Tatiana De Rosnay
December – The Last Lecture – video as well possibly workbook
January 2017 – A House in the Sky – Amanda Linhout
February – The Casual Vacancy – JK Rowling
March – To Kill a Mockingbird and Go Set A Watchmen – Harper Lee
April – The Help – Kathryn Stockett
May – Rosie Project – Graeme Simsion
June – Finding your Voice – G Brian Benson and Geek Wisdom the Sacred Teaching of Nerd Culture
Write-In! Hey writers! Come down and write! This is one of our exciting events! We are open 12:00 – 8:00 every day. Sit alongside other writers, and share your love of writing. Bounce ideas, share collective wisdom, or just sit in silence. The point is to write. Stop in any time, write as long as you want.
What is a write in? A write-in is exactly how it sounds. It’s a forum for writers to have a dedicated space and time to work on their projects. The point is to write, not to talk, but you may find people to bounce ideas off quietly. You work diligently for as long as you want, and you can record your word count with the organizer. There is no competition, no judgement, and no rules. The point of a write-in is simply to encourage you to write!
CONTEST: Register your word count at the front counter for your chance to win a $5.00 gift certificate. It doesn’t matter if you wrote 5 or 5000 words, every entry counts.
Third Saturday of every Month
12:00pm – 8:00pm
One of our anticipated events each week is Dungeons and Dragons League. Whether you’re a beginner or just rusty, this session is for you. The first and thirds Tuesday will be dedicated to people who are new to D&D. Characters are provided if needed. Dropin Welcome! It’s a great place to learn the game if you’ve never played but have always wanted to. Likewise, if you’re a seasoned player but can’t find a regular group, we are the group for you!
We will be starting at 6:00 sharp, so if you intend to participate, please be there a few minutes early to get situated. Most games will last 2-3 hours. Some games may last past 9pm.
6:00pm – 9:00pm
Board Game nights is one of our events for singles, couples, or larger groups alike. Come play board games with friends or meet some new ones. This is a great opportunity to learn a new game as we have staff on hand that can teach you how to play. Don’t have anyone to play with during the week? You’re sure to find a group on Friday night! Visit Board Game Geek to get ratings and reviews of popular games!
Also, join local Magic enthusiasts as they play for fun on Friday nights. (Watch for special pre release and tournament events.)
6:00pm – Midnight
Note: We have a selection of games in store to play anytime!
Have you always been interested, but aren’t sure where to begin!? This is a great opportunity to try it out. We have a selection of armies to play in store and we have people on hand to show you how to play. Try a game yourself or watch one played. Alternately, you can bring your models and challenge someone! If painting in your vice, just sit and paint with like minded gamers. To find out more about warhammer visit here.
Come and watch or learn to play. Bring your army, or borrow one of our pre-made ones. A great way to learn or try it before you start your own army!
First Saturday of every Month (Except Summer)
1:oopm – 5:00pm
Free to play
*If you wish to paint your own models, supplies and models are not included.
Looking for a unique party idea? Why not book a Tea Blending party! Participants will learn the history and techniques of tea blending and tasting while getting to practice their skills themselves. Learn about some of the common tea ingredients, taste a sampling of various blended teas, and blend your own!
Each participant goes home with their own tea blending kit and their very own blend of tea. Tea and goodies will be served throughout.
Cost: $25.00 per person or 5 for $100.00 (Minimum 4)
All parties must be booked at least 48 hours in advance. We will do our best to accommodate your schedule. Please check our calendar for previously booked events.
To book call 403-791-1337