The Grand Exhibition was what everyone had been waiting for and working towards all competition long!
(CUDO Plays has been documenting the competition on Facebook for those following along at home.)
The committee, the contestants, families and friends came out despite the snow and had a wonderful time- playing the games we were gathered to celebrate.
I wandered around and tried to take pictures of every game and display. I also played a few more games that I hadn’t tried yet; and I only have one more to try.
The CUDO Plays Committee made themselves apparent through judicious use of Burger King Crowns. I super approve of the dignitaries and their designations.
Johnathan wasn’t able to come to the Exhibition- he was in the middle of moving. His Aces & Faces was available as a free handout for anyone to play and take, and CUDO Plays will be posting it on the site soon for YOU to check out as well.
The day was fun and laid back, with lots of people trying lots of games.
WarTrains! table included harmonica train tunes. It was both weird and appropriate.
The variety of the games was incredible. I was so excited to see the teams getting so into their creations and designs.
Of course, the point of the night was the prizes. There were all kinds of wonderful loot packs given by local businesses as well as other donors. Here’s a peek at the trophies, made at the CU FabLab!
Dr G’s was not only a prize category sponsor, but they also had a presence at the Grand Exhibition.
There was also FOOD- delicious food by CrEATive Health. YUM.
Prizes were awarded, of course.
The evening was a lively adventure and a wonderful summation of all the hard work put in by everyone. I can’t wait for the next one!