Franklin Township: Tuesday Game Night Party - Family Style board and other games

A FUN NIGHT: A GAME NIGHT: A PARTY NIGHT: A SOCIAL AFFAIR.

DNA Music will be hosting its weekly 'Tuesday Game Night Party' at De Island Breeze at 676 Franklin Boulevard, doors open at 6:30 pm. 

Organizers say the weekly event is a night to socialize with friends while engaging in logical and strategic, or not so strategic games.

"This is not only a game night, it is a chance to enjoy your time after a long day of work and to socialize while listening to some really cool music," DNA Performer, Athenia Henderson said. "De Island Breeze has amazing Caribbean delights and drinks at happy hour prices all night just for our game night guests." 

New to games? No worries, we welcome you. Don’t know the rules? Wink! We will give you the whats what.

These are social games, played by two to eight players, so grab a friend or meet someone here. It's only $10 to register to play all night and have fun with friends - those you brought and the new ones you make.

Advanced tickets and reservations are recommended. Tickets can be purchased online at  http://www.dnasmusic.comhttp://dnasmusic.eventbrite.com or email us at  music@dnasmusic.com

Game winners will be given raffle tickets for a chance to win the prize of the night. Exciting! Not in the mood to play , no problem… Just relax and enjoy a live performance from DNA Music. Bring a friend or two or three.

Enjoy, dress to impress, or just come professionally as you are. No hats, Boots, Shorts or Flip flops . 21+ only. 

Tue, June 26
6:30 pm — 11:45 pm
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A FUN NIGHT: A GAME NIGHT: A PARTY NIGHT: A SOCIAL AFFAIR.

DNA Music will be hosting its weekly 'Tuesday Game Night Party' at De Island Breeze at 676 Franklin Boulevard, doors open at 6:30 pm.

Organizers say the weekly event is a night to socialize with friends while engaging in logical and strategic, or not so strategic games.

"This is not only a game night, it is a ...

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