The Max G. Creech Selma Historical Museum will be hosting a vintage board game night at the Selma Public Library on Thursday, January 30, 2020, 5:30-7:30pm.
Eric Jackson, Program Director states:
“At the recent Downtown Development community meeting, citizens requested more nightlife and events in downtown.
“The museum and library are responding with a vintage board game night in Selma.”
The event is free and family friendly. Games will be provided, and attendees are welcome to bring their own family-friendly board games. Tables will be set up in the library’s Community Room, with games collected from Reid’s Country Sampler, Treasury Antiques, and Trackside Antiques.
During Game Night, local antique dealers will have vintage games on display, and for sale.
“Vintage board games are the latest hot thing to do, there is an upswing in game nights across the country and Selma will be no exception.”
Selma Public Library is located at 301 North Pollock Street, Selma, North Carolina. For more information, call 919.333.4899 or email the Program Director.
Plans are underway for future Game Night dates.
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The Town of Selma is located in Johnston County, adjacent to the Town of Smithfield, south of Zebulon, and approximately 45 minutes southeast of Raleigh, NC. The town includes an Historic District, Union Station, and The Rudy Theater. Notable people from Selma include one of the first female astronauts, Kay Cagle, and inventor Lunsford Richardson.
Source: Max. G. Creech Selma Historical Museum