Play with The Game Campaign, NOW Through International Games Day!

The Game Campaign, a project of CascadiaNow!, invites you to play games with them ,October 5th through November 4th, as a community initiative to battle the effects of dementia. Research has shown that rigorous brain work can delay the symptoms of dementia by up to seven years! Learn and play games such as chess, checkers, backgammon, cribbage, Scrabble©, bridge, and Go with The Game Campaign! Through game play like this, you will keep your brain strong and healthy! All events are free and games are provided. Check out the game schedule and join the brain-health fun:

  • Thursdays, 9:30-11:30AM, at Tacoma Center YMCA, 1144 Market Street, Tacoma, 98402.
    • 12-2PM, at Gordon YMCA, 16101 64th Street E, Sumner, 98390.
    • 6-7PM, at Pierce County Libraries: Gig Harbor, 4424 Point Fosdick Drive, Gig Harbor, 98335.
  • Fridays, 10AM-12PM, at Bremerton YMCA, 2261 Homer Jones Drive, Bremerton, 98310. 
  • Saturdays, 9AM-11AM, at Tom Taylor YMCA, 10550 Harbor Hill Dr, Gig Harbor, 98332
  • Mondays, 11AM-12PM, at Haselwood YMCA, 3909 NW Randall Way, Silverdale, 98383.
  • Tuesdays, 3-5PM, at New Tacoma Senior Apartments, 1709 South G Street, Tacoma, 98405.
  • Wednesdays, 9:30-11:30AM, at Mel Korum YMCA, 302 43rd Ave SE, Puyallup, 98374.
    • 12-2PM, at Morgan YMCA, 1002 S Pearl Street, Tacoma, 98465.
    • 4-6PM, at Morgan YMCA, 1002 S Pearl Street, Tacoma, 98465.
  • Official Pop Up Event, October 18th, 10AM-12PM, at Spring Ridge Assisted Living and memory Care, 6856 E Portland Ave, Tacoma, 98404.
  • International Game Day Event, November 4th, 10AM-2PM, at University YMCA, 1710 Market Street, Tacoma, 98402.

Can't make it to play but still want to support this awesome community health initiative?

All gifts are tax deductible. Contact us to let us know if you would like to volunteer directly with this project. 

 The Game Campaign puzzle image: "Opera Alley in Snow" by Cascadian Photographer Peter Serko.

The Game Campaign puzzle image: "Opera Alley in Snow" by Cascadian Photographer Peter Serko.