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PrairieCon Games Day

Cole Kovatch, Scott Price, Ivan Robinson, Hector Robinson and Tom Shaw.

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Cole Kovatch, Scott Price, Ivan Robinson, Hector Robinson and Tom Shaw.

Local gamers recently gathered to enjoy a day of gaming.

Alyssa Fraser, David Harborne and Candace Harborne.

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Alyssa Fraser, David Harborne and Candace Harborne. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

Darby Hiscock, Nicholas Hiscock, Martin Schoonbaert, Ashley Schoonbaert and Dawn Good.

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Darby Hiscock, Nicholas Hiscock, Martin Schoonbaert, Ashley Schoonbaert and Dawn Good. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

Matthew Bohrn, Lucas Harvey, Jordan Eagle Bears, Whitney Kerswell, Sarah Blaikie and Cole Fisher.

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Matthew Bohrn, Lucas Harvey, Jordan Eagle Bears, Whitney Kerswell, Sarah Blaikie and Cole Fisher. (MARIAH PHILLIPS / BRANDON SUN)

The event was held at St. Matthews Cathedral and everyone brought their favourite games to share and play.

Admission was free and challenges were endless as young and old enjoyed some good old fashioned fun.

Patrick Mcgriskin, an organizer in charge of media relations, said games days are held every October, January and March, all with anticipation of PrairieCon, a major event which which will be held at the Assiniboine Community College in June.

The next games day will be in March at ACC. For more information and for upcoming events: prairiecon.com

Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition January 18, 2014

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