Summer Game & Grill

Our annual summer outing, the Game & Grill brings two great things — meat and games — together in a fiery conflagration. The Game ‘n Grill is a grand gaming picnic. Everyone brings their favorite games and picnic supplies.

Come for the games. Come to see friends. Or come for both!

When and Where

Date: June 25th, 2016, 10:00am to 10:00pm.
Location: Vergennes Congregational Church, 30 Water Street, Vergennes, VT.
Suggested Donation: $5

Games to Play

Open play is the name of the game at Green Mountain Game Days. A huge pile of games materialize as people arrive. Then everyone gets to either push their favorite or try something that sounds interesting as it hits the table. If you’ve got a specific adventure you want to run or a brand new title just out of the shrinkwrap, talk it up on the forum thread (link forthcoming).

Directions

Hey, it’s Addison County. That means there are no limited access highways.

From Burlington or points north (including those using Interstate 89) take US 7 South to VT Route 22A in Ferrisburgh. Take your right onto 22A. Drive though the (very small) city of Vergennes.   Just as you seem to be leaving town, South Water Street is on your left. The Church is a quarter mile down that road. If you cross Otter Creek (you won’t miss it, you’re at the falls) you’ve gone too far!

From the South (Rutland, etc.): Drive up US Route 7 North until you reach VT Route 22a in Ferrisburgh. Take your left onto 22A. Drive though the (very small) city of Vergennes.   Just as you seem to be leaving town, South Water Street is on your left. The Church is a quarter mile down that road. If you cross Otter Creek (you won’t miss it, you’re at the falls) you’ve gone too far!

From the East(!): Take VT Route 17 over Appalachian Gap. Enjoy the views. In New Haven, take a right onto US 7 North. Drive up US Route 7 North until you reach VT Route 22a in Ferrisburgh. Take your left onto 22A. Drive though the (very small) city of Vergennes.   Just as you seem to be leaving town, South Water Street is on your left. The Church is a quarter mile down that road. If you cross Otter Creek (you won’t miss it, you’re at the falls) you’ve gone too far!

Parking

There’s parking behind the church, and on street parking in the area is usually pretty available in the unlikely event the parking lot fills up.

Food and Drink
The Congregational Church is a block away from Main Street, Vergennes, where you can find several restaurants and small shops. In addition, a grill will be provided for common use. We’ll have our usual assortment of reasonably priced munchies and drinks. No alcohol is allowed at the church.