365 Things To Do Around the Eastside

Sharing Things To Do Around Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Issaquah, Sammamish and Woodinville

Day 7 of 365 Things To Do Around the Eastside: Family Game Night

Family Game Night at Uncle's Games

Family Game Night

One of the things that our family did while I was younger was play A LOT OF BOARD AND CARD GAMES. Nowadays more and more people have switch from traditional game playing to those new fangled electronic video games things.

The art of playing a nice friendly game of Scrabble, Monopoly, Candy Land, Sorry, Uno, Trivial Pursuit or Yahtzee has been lost on the last 2 generations.

Life, Sorry, Clue, Yahtzee, Monolopy, Scrabble

Classic Fun Board Games

Luckily for us Uncle’s Game at Crossroads Mall in Bellevue hosts a



Come in on Thursday evenings for Uncle’s Family Game Night! From 5-9 pm every Thursday!

We have a variety of demo games in our store library for you to choose from and play here in the store. There’s no obligation to buy, just try a new game… and have a good time! If you like what you try, and want to pick it up, we offer a 15% discount!

Our current library of open demo games includes:

  • Dixit

  • Funny Bunny

  • Blink, Mother Sheep

  • Pool Sharks

  • Blokus Snorta

  • Amazing Labyrinth

  • Zingo

  • Qwirkle

  • Rat A Tat Cat

  • Sleeping Queens


The selection changes often, so swing on by to see what we’re playing!

Uncle’s Games
Crossroads Mall
15600 NE 8th Ave
Bellevue WA
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    April 8, 2010 - Posted by | Family Activities | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,


    1. Who wants to go play a game???

      Comment by Randy Randolph | April 8, 2010 | Reply

    2. Great to see places hold game nights like this. I organize game nights through meetup.com and my blog and 20-50 people tend to show up. They are fun and great to meet other people. Blokus, Qwirkle and Snorta are a few group favs.

      Comment by Tim | April 8, 2010 | Reply

      • That’s great! I have a friend in NH that started a game night at her local bookstore – they loved it, until about 50 people started showing up and stayed way past their closing time! Now they have to do it at a Church 🙂

        Comment by Randy Randolph | April 9, 2010 | Reply

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