For the past 8 years on or around November 21st, the American Library Association has hosted an International Games Day. The idea is simple, libraries around the world give their patrons the opportunity to join together to celebrate the mutually enforcing power of playing games.
On Friday, November 20th, the High School Library took part in International Games Day. Some of the games played include: eco Fluxx, the nature game with ever-changing rules, Wonky the crazy cubes card game, Trophy Buck dice game, Choose One party game, and reverse Charades…a hilarious twist on charades. The games were all donated to the library.
The event was a success, leading many students to ask if Games Day was something they could do every Friday.