Friday evening will feature a round of Clay-o-Rama, a game in which players compete with monsters created out of clay. The game can accomodate up to five players, and an additional round will be held Saturday evening.
Other games scheduled to be offered include Oh, Gnome You Don’t, Toc Toc Woodman, Carcassone for Kids, Castle Panic and King of Tokyo. Most games can accomodate a mazimum of 4-5 players, so be sure to reserve your spot early.
There will also be a Paint Your Own Gnome activity on Saturday from 1-2:30 p.m., as well as a Make Your Own Gnome Hat from 4-5 p.m.
GnomeCon welcomes children of all ages, and parents are welcome to participate with their children. For more information on children’s games at GnomeCon, visit www.warhorn.org/gnomecon-2013.