If you've ever felt like fun, games and laughter are missing from your life, this event is for you.
Games for Fun is a community event that provides relaxing, rejuvenating games that allow everyone to unwind and have fun. Participants are also encouraged to get to know each other and make new friendships. All money raised goes to Journey Beyond Road Trauma.
Organisers will provide twelve to sixteen games over the course of the night. These games will encourage relaxation, creativity and mental stimulation; this includes interpretive activities like mime, mental activities like debating and calming games like Gordian knot. There are no winners or losers, as the focus is on everyone participating and having fun.
Games for Fun will take place on 26 March, 14 May and 9 June (see the website for dates after that) from 7.30pm until 10.30pm. The event will be held at Albion Peace Hall (102 McDonald Road, Windsor) and will cost $15 for adults or $40 for a family (two adults and three children). Children must be aged ten or older.
The night is open to all eager participants including those with disabilities, although organisers need to be pre-notified of any special needs.
Journey Beyond Road Trauma is an online social network for the victims of road trauma. The organisation provides a place for victims to share their stories in order to heal and to possibly prevent others from behaving carelessly while on the road.