Vote: which board games are a MUST for Kettering’s new bar?

FILE- This file product image provided by Hasbro, shows the board game Monopoly. Board games like Monopoly are great for snow days. (AP Photo/Hasbro, FILE) NO SALES

FILE- This file product image provided by Hasbro, shows the board game Monopoly. Board games like Monopoly are great for snow days. (AP Photo/Hasbro, FILE)

While the world searches for Pikachu and his virtual friends, Dayton has board games on its mind thanks to D20: A Bar with Characters.

The bar plans to feature 200 board and tabletop games when it opens its doors this fall at 2144 E. Whipp Road in the Oak Creek Plaza.

Dayton.com’s Mark Fisher told us all about it yesterday and folks are very, very excited about the concept.

A Sinclair Community College program that builds study and organizational skills in incoming students who are first in their families to attend college witll be holding a "pictionary" session as part of its weeklong activities. Erica Gates (yellow) points to Mike Sibley and Kristi Dellinger while Chad Barton looks at her drawing.

Archived photo: Erica Gates (yellow) points to Mike Sibley and Kristi Dellinger while Chad Barton looks at her drawing.

D20 co-founder Andrew Sparks said it will have games ranging from Candyland to Risk to Axis & Allies. 

That’s a big range. Let’s help them narrow it down.

Which board games do they have to have?

Sydney Benge (left) and Cheyenne Bowling spell out a word during the Scrabble tournament held at Hamilton High School Wednesday evening, May 20, 2009. Honor students in the 7th-9th grade participated in the tournament as an extension of their vocabulary studies. Photo by Jessica Uttinger, contributing photographer

Sydney Benge (left) and Cheyenne Bowling spell out a word during the Scrabble tournament held at Hamilton High School Wednesday evening, May 20, 2009. Photo by Jessica Uttinger, contributing photographer

 

 


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