Saint-Medard-en-Jalles: nearly 600 people took part in the 17th Game Festival

Nearly 600 people came to the Game Festival, organized by the Association of Culture and Leisure Exchanges.

Saint-Medard-en-Jalles: nearly 600 people took part in the 17th Game Festival

Nearly 600 people came to the Game Festival, organized by the Association of Culture and Leisure Exchanges. The event took place in the Salle des Grands-Foyers du Carre des Jalles, from Wednesday 25th to Saturday 28th May.

Visitors could play board games, large wooden games and a variety of collective puzzles, such as a castle and disguise, big Playmobil model, motor skills courses for children, and a large Playmobil model. There was something to suit all tastes and all audiences.

Jean-Francois is the current chair of the 1995 association. His wife Chantal and volunteers support him. Chantal has managed the toy library since its beginnings. Two years later, panels were installed each year to celebrate the 25th anniversary.

Guyajeux and JoueClub were local partners for this Game Festival. These four days provided an opportunity for the family to have fun and also discover the leisure activities of the association, the Ludotheque (1) with its 1,200 games.

(1) 2, place Charles-Garraud.

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