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Introduction to Cribbage: Sat. 2/17 or Wed. 2/21 or Fri. 2/23

$10.00

Come and learn Cribbage!
Game Friendzy celebrates National Cribbage Day by offering cribbage lessons during the month of February. Get in on the cribbage craze and learn how to play this classic and enduring game! No prior cribbage experience is necessary.
An old English pub card game that uses a funny board, plastic pegs, a standard 52-card deck, and whimsical terms such as “his nobs,” “stink hole,” “muggins,” and “skunk.” that is also great for families. This quick, engaging game is great for ages 8+.
Come alone, with friends, or family members that you can play with 2-6 players. Cribbage is perfect for all ages – children age 8 and up, teens, young adults, adults, and seniors.
Reservations are appreciated and can be made by calling 856-795-PLAY, but walk-ins are welcome!

Game Friendzy, located at 7 Carnegie Plaza, offers free parking and complimentary light snacks, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate, and will supply the cribbage games.

Want to learn? 

Saturday, February 17: 10 am – 12 pm

or

Wednesday, February 21: 6:30-8:30 pm

or

Friday, February 23: 10 am – 12 pm

Fee: $10/person

We have the supplies. A Game Friendzy facilitator will guide you through the basics of play and practice time.

Children must be supervised by an adult.

More about Cribbage

Like most card games, playing cribbage is good for brain health as it involves math, strategy, socializing, and problem solving. Cribbage doesn’t take long to learn, doesn’t take long to play, and it’s portable, making it a near perfect game!

Created in the 17th century by English poet Sir John Suckling (by all accounts a colossal card cheat), cribbage is one of the world’s oldest and most popular card games.

An evolution of the English game Noddy, cribbage is typically played by two people using a deck of cards and a board dotted with “streets” of holes to keep score with little pegs.

The goal is to be the first player to score 121 points (which is why hole 120, one short of the game hole, is called the “stink hole”).

Cribbage, dubbed Britain’s national card game, was immortalized in the Charles Dickens’ tale, The Old Curiosity Shop, and has a storied history with submariners dating back to a lucky cribbage board played on a World War II vessel.

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Come and learn Cribbage!
Game Friendzy celebrates National Cribbage Day by offering cribbage lessons during the month of February. Get in on the cribbage craze and learn how to play this classic and enduring game! No prior cribbage experience is necessary.
An old English pub card game that uses a funny board, plastic pegs, a standard 52-card deck, and whimsical terms such as “his nobs,” “stink hole,” “muggins,” and “skunk.” that is also great for families. This quick, engaging game is great for ages 8+.
Come alone, with friends, or family members that you can play with 2-6 players. Cribbage is perfect for all ages – children age 8 and up, teens, young adults, adults, and seniors.
Reservations are appreciated and can be made by calling 856-795-PLAY, but walk-ins are welcome!

Game Friendzy, located at 7 Carnegie Plaza, offers free parking and complimentary light snacks, coffee, tea, and hot chocolate, and will supply the cribbage games.

Want to learn? 

Saturday, February 17: 10 am – 12 pm

or

Wednesday, February 21: 6:30-8:30 pm
or

Friday, February 23: 10 am – 12 pm

Fee: $10/person

We have the supplies. A Game Friendzy facilitator will guide you through the basics of play and practice time.

Children must be supervised by an adult.

More about Cribbage

Like most card games, playing cribbage is good for brain health as it involves math, strategy, socializing, and problem solving. Cribbage doesn’t take long to learn, doesn’t take long to play, and it’s portable, making it a near perfect game!

Created in the 17th century by English poet Sir John Suckling (by all accounts a colossal card cheat), cribbage is one of the world’s oldest and most popular card games.

An evolution of the English game Noddy, cribbage is typically played by two people using a deck of cards and a board dotted with “streets” of holes to keep score with little pegs.

The goal is to be the first player to score 121 points (which is why hole 120, one short of the game hole, is called the “stink hole”).

Cribbage, dubbed Britain’s national card game, was immortalized in the Charles Dickens’ tale, The Old Curiosity Shop, and has a storied history with submariners dating back to a lucky cribbage board played on a World War II vessel.

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