The night of the games is again in Sliven

The night of the games is again in Sliven
The night of the games is again in Sliven

A virtual escape room, an educational climate fresco, board games for young and old, mini tournaments with prizes, a panel dedicated to children’s games and many more surprises await visitors of all ages in Sliven. This Saturday, November 4, another Games Night will take place in the “Sliven” hall.

From 12:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. you will be able to participate in a variety of entertainment, including demonstrations of board games such as Star Wars: Legion, Dust 1947 and Infinity, competitions and mini-tournaments, presentation of Bulgarian games. A special panel dedicated to children’s games is planned. You can participate in a raffle with prizes, as well as view the exhibition of colored miniatures.

Are you excited about climate change and want to learn more about it? There is no easier and more fun way than learning by playing. Climate Fresco is a workshop in the form of a game, and whether you are an expert or a beginner, with the help of a certified facilitator and a deck of cards, you will understand the causal relationships between human activity and the various elements of climate change. All you have to do is pre-register here and come to Sliven Hall from 2pm to 5pm.

If you like to solve puzzles and want to become a detective, welcome to the virtual escape room: Mansion of the Forgotten. To get out of the mansion of the eccentric millionaire Lord Leopold, you will have to solve puzzles with the help of the other participants. Play with your friends wherever you are, or find new ones at the mansion, which opens its virtual doors at 3 p.m.

The event is part of the fifth edition of the Sofia Game Night City Festival, which is organized in 8 more Bulgarian cities. In Sliven, it is realized with the support of the Municipality of Sliven, and the entrance is free and suitable for all ages.

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