Border Board Games hosts a board game night at the Derby Line Village Hall in Derby Line, VT every 3rd Saturday evening of the month starting at 6 PM and runs until people leave. We graciously like to thank the Village of Derby Line for letting us use the village hall for free.
Remember, all our games nights are FREE of charge and anyone is more than welcome to attend. All ages are welcome to come. We have played with an 11 year old and she has no problems learning and playing the games.
We also have formed a RPG tabletop group that tries to meet every 4th Saturday. With people's busy schedules, we may have to play on a day that isn't the 4th Saturday. Either way, we aim to play once a month for a good 6 to 8 hours for each session. We have played D&D, Song of Ice and Fire and Warhammer.
If you'd like to play some games but Saturday evenings do not work for you, please contact us and we can see if we can arrange another time to play some games.
Derby Line, VT is a border community in the northern part of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. If you follow Interstate 91 north until the very end and take the exit 29 just before entering Canada, you have reached Derby Line. Likewise, if you take US Route 5 north until just before Canada, you have reached Derby Line. It's a small community so it's easy to get around. The Village Hall is right on Main St and is across the street from the Irving Mini Mart and right beside the US Route 5 Customs station/Post Office.
Derby Line Village Hall - 104 Main Street (the pin on the map says 100 Main St. That's not the official address but the pin is in the correct location on the map):
Directions: Take I-91 north to exit 29/Derby Line exit. At the end of the ramp, turn left. Drive about 1/2 mile to a stop sign. At the sign, turn left (no right turn allowed). After the US Route 5 customs, the village hall will be on the right.
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