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Card Tables And Folding Chairs
- A square table for playing cards on, typically having legs that fold flat for storage
- A trestle table is an item of furniture comprising two or three trestle supports linked by a longitudinal cross-member over which a board or tabletop is placed.
- Playing-cards were introduced into England in the fifteenth century, and doubtless a special table for use with them followed shortly. None survive before walnut ones made in the reign of William and Mary, with the typical folding tops lined with needlework or cloth.
card tables and folding chairs - Tablevogue 34-Inch
Tablevogue 34-Inch Fitted Folding Card Tablecloth, White
Entertaining problem-solver, tablevogue, provides the ultimate tailored, snug, full-length cover for folding card, 6-foot and 8-foot tables. Go from folding table to elegant dining or serving space in seconds with tablevogue's pleated table covers. These covers are a superior alternative to table skirting, and an incredibly easy way to get your tables dressed for any event, creating a custom look and neatly disguising table legs. Simply slip cover over the table, and when the party's over, just toss in the wash. Constructed with 100-percent polyester finished with a patented softouch technology so tablevogue feels like cotton, but performs like polyester - this table cover has a patented soil-release feature, is machine-washable, and won't fade, shrink or pill after laundering. Attractive, affordable, and durable, you will enjoy the ability use your tablevogue over and over again to entertain all year round: holidays, birthdays, outdoor entertaining, extra guest seating, tailgating and more.
Miami - Little Havana: Maximo Gomez Park
Located on the corner of Calle Ocho and 15th Avenue, Domino Park, also known as Maximo Gomez Park, hosts older folks and neighborhoodies who partake in tense games of dominos, chess and checkers. Before the park's construction in 1976, men played dominos on milk crates, folding chairs and beat-up card tables. But today, spectators enjoy a piece of Cuban culture played out at shaded constructed tables well into the night. Maximo Gomez y Baez (18 November 1836 in Bani, Dominican Republic - 17 June 1905 in Havana, Cuba) was a general in the Ten Years' War and Cuba's military commander in that country's War of Independence. He refused nomination to the first presidential elections in Cuba in 1901, mainly because he always disliked politics and after 40 years of living in Cuba he still felt that being Dominican-born he should not be a leader of Cuba.
Old Kitchen, looking west
We also liked our card table and folding chairs that you can see beyond the knicked and burnt laminate countertops.