Green Mountain Gamers Mega Spring Meltdown (Apr 7)
Green Mountain Games Mega Spring Meltdown!
9 AM – Midnight!
Lake Morey Resort
As the snow melts, so do the gamers rouse from their winter hibernation. Break out the meeples and percentile dice. It’s time for the MEGA springtime Green Mountain Game Day for 15 HOURS of gaming at Lake Morey Resort: That’s right, the former home of Carnage!
LOCATION: Terrace Ballroom, Lake Morey Resort, Fairlee VT – hotel rooms available for overnight stays. Call the Lake Morey Resort at call 1-800-423-1211 or 802-333-4311 and reserve a room with the Green Mountain Gamers blocks. Rooms should cost around $100 a night.
Coffee, tea and water are included with your registration
PRE-REGISTRATION – pre-reg CLOSES on MARCH 30th
-STUDENT (ages 13 to 21) ——————-$10
-FAMILY (2 adults + 1 or more students) –$40 max
Children 12 and under ————————- FREE
To pre-register, visit https://
People who pre-register will be entered into special door prize drawings!!
PAY AT THE DOOR
-ADULTS ————————- $20
-STUDENT (ages 13 to 21) –$15
-Children 12 and under – FREE
GMG ANNUAL MEETING
The fourth annual GMG meeting will take place on April 7, 2018 beginning at 8:30am in the Card Room. Anyone who attended the Mega Meltdown in 2017 is a current member of Green Mountain Gamers and can vote at and attend the annual meeting. There will be a brief discussion about the previous year followed by voting for officers. Current GMG officers are: Robert Dijkman Dulkes, Kori Joyce, Bethany Creaser, Chuck Burkins, and Monique Priestley.
Bethany Creaser is stepping down as treasurer so, a position will be vacant. If you are interested in being part of the GMG board, please let us know and be sure to attend the annual meeting this year.
We will offer door prizes to those who attend. Those who pre-reg, will be entered into a special pre-reg door prize drawings.
We are working on gathering donations and will post door prize donations as they come in.
PLAY TO WIN
For the past few years, the Mega Meltdown has offered a variety of Play to Win games and we will also have it again this year.
What is Play to Win? It’s easy! We will have a special table of games where the games on that table will be part of the Play to Win. All you have to do to win any of the games is play them. Yup. That easy. After you play the game, write your name and contact info on a piece of paper and deposit your entry into the receptacle assigned to the game you played. Play the game once. Enter your name once. Play the game twice, enter your name again. Each time you play, enter your name. You do not need to be present to win. We will draw the Play to Win winners at 7pm. We ask that you please do not start any new Play to Win games after 6pm.
We are working on gathering donations and will post Play to Win donations as they come in.
GAMES TO PLAY
Open play is the name of the game at Green Mountain Game Days and ALL tabletop games are welcome! 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.
We have Players and GM wanted signs to help you find others to play with you.
Black Moon Games of Lebanon, NH and Rutland, VT
FOOD AND DRINK
Coffee, tea, and water are included with your admission. This will be available in the morning and last until it runs out.
The Lake Morey Resort will offer food sales from 11AM to 7:30PM in the Lakeside Dining Room. In 2015, they offered concession sales from late morning to late afternoon. In the evening, they did open the bar and changed over to a pub menu (cooked to order food).
In the town of Fairlee, food is available at Wing’s Supermarket deli, Leda’s Pizza, the Fairlee Diner (for breakfast and lunch only), and Samurai Soulfood. Drive a few minutes over the CT river to Orford, NH to Peyton’s Place. Head north 5 minutes on I-91 one exit to Bradford. Right off the exit is The Hungry Bear. If you turn left at the traffic lights and drive into downtown Bradford, you will find the Colatina Exit and Chan’s House Chinese restaurant. Or cross the Connecticut River and head south on route 10 to Lyme, NH to Stella’s.