The Games Library innovates by creating a teen games club

A new teen gym, leadership, World Games festival … all within a strict health protocol. However, the Cazères game library is looking forward to the new year at a swift pace despite the context.

Established in 2008 at the initiative of the Ludot’m Association, this cultural and fun place continues to show great momentum and adapts week after week to new instructions. “We are still prohibited from welcoming the public to the site, therefore the game library is open for driving only, Wednesday and Friday afternoons from 1:30 pm to 5:30 pm. If these openings are not available, members can contact us in order to find a solution.” To renew their games, and to support families during this crisis, we moved from 3 to 5 games that can be borrowed over an indefinite period, ”explains Julien Vivion, before continuing with developments:“ Everyone in the Game Library team wishes you all the best and is keen to share their projects with you. On Wednesday January 20, a new adventure with the launch of the “Teen Games Club” in cooperation with Cap Jeunes. It is open to all youth between the ages of 10 to 18 years, and will be held every Wednesday from 2 pm until 4 pm in a room adjacent to the library of games supervised by a painter The aim is to provide free activities for young people to the upe group in order to “keep them away from screens”, limit their use, and fight the isolation of some in video games or social networks. Many games (Magic Card, Pokémon and other RPG games will be provided). T and various table games) and will have a link with the worlds of video and fantasy games. The scale is greatly reduced, it is advised to register via email at [email protected] We are also actively working on preparing for the 2021 edition of the World Games Festival scheduled to be held on Saturday May 29th (subject to the development of the health crisis) in a new format with many new features. “

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Finally, the toy library invites volunteers and would like to pay tribute to the work that Claire (cashier and site administrator) did upon leaving after many years of investment.

Tess Larson

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