The American Library Association is organizing National Gaming Day, an initiative to draw young gamers to their local libraries:
ALA’s National Gaming Day focuses on the social and recreational side of gaming. Gaming at the library encourages patrons of all ages to interact with diverse peers, share their expertise and develop new strategies for gaming and learning. At the library, kids can socialize with their friends and play board and video games while surrounded by books, librarians and a real world of knowledge.
The event takes place on November 13th at a long list of participating libraries; check out the map at http://ngd.ala.org/ to find one near you (there’s at least one in each New England state).
[Tip from Held Action]