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Ready for the Holidays!

Here at High Country Arts the holiday buzz is going! From barware to beer tappers, cribbage board games to fireplace iron sets, cheese utensils to salt & pepper shakers, knives to cake serving sets…we have it all! 66 more words

Antler

My First Print-on-Demand Game is (Almost) Go

While I have been silent here for the past month, it’s not because of depression this time. If you follow me on Twitter or facebook then you may know that I have been busy getting read for the release of my first print-on-demand game, … 181 more words

Games

New peg options for our Travel Cribbage Board!

As the scout motto goes, always be prepared. Now you can be prepared for any Travel Cribbage situation with our new peg options. It took us a long time, but we are proud to announce that we finally located a source of American-made cast metal cribbage pegs that fit in our small travel size board!  198 more words

Products

I'm Nobs Over Heels for Cribbage

This isn’t going to be a review, per se; I love cribbage, it’s one of the greatest games ever made. It also won’t be an explanation of how cribbage works, as there are already plenty of those around. 728 more words

Board Games

Shout out for the August Silent Auction

Every month, the Friends auction off something special and wonderful in our never-ending quest to raise money for the library.

You have to check in regularly… 264 more words

Supporting Libraries

Canadians Continue Baffling Tradition Of Driving Hours To Play Cribbage And Get Hypothermia

The continuous line of traffic stretches from Toronto to Thunder Bay. Horns sound impatiently and people open car doors to crane their necks, trying to see what is coming between them and playing an arcane card game in a musty cabin in the middle of nowhere. 397 more words

Satire

A Brief History of Cribbage

A college student based in Corvallis, Oregon, Cody Gotchall plans to pursue a career in the field of mathematics. Outside of his other pursuits, Cody Gotchall spends his free time reading, listening to music, and playing… 192 more words

Cody Gotchall