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Samurai Game for Families

September 1, 2011

Did you grow up with your parents always telling you …

“It’s not whether you win or lose, it is how you play the game!”

Have those words come out of your mouth now that you are a parent?

This school holidays you have the opportunity to put that theory into practice and find out what it really feels like to play the game – the Samurai Game!

Not long after I started delivering the Samurai Game here in Brisbane I was asked by a mum if I would consider running a Samurai Game that allowed for parents and their kids to come along and experience it together.

Well it has taken me a while to organise but I am very pleased to let you know that we will be running a Samurai Game this coming school holidays and it has all the good stuff in it (but with a little less of the talking). As this is a family oriented Game I encourage you to bring either your parents, your children, your partner (or all three) along. The only requirement is that children between the ages of 12 and 18 be accompanied by an adult family member.

If you have participated before you should know this is the full two-day Samurai Game experience. On the Saturday – we will start at 9:30 and finish at around 4:45 so everybody can get home in time for dinner. On Sunday we will run from 9:30 until about 1:00 pm. More information on the Samurai Game itself can be found on my website.

We will be providing a simple morning tea on both days – fresh fruit and maybe some muffins, but we will ask you to bring your own lunch along. The cost will be $50 for individuals/ $100 per family for the two days – October 1st and 2nd. Numbers will be limited to 40 – which means 20 x 2 so reserve your space now by responding via the email link on this page with the names and ages of the people who would like to attend.

The only questions you have to answer now are …

  • Are you prepared to be defeated by your 13 yr old daughter in the battle of White Crane?
  • What will you 15 yr old son teach you when he defeats you in the battle of Falling Jo?
  • What will you 65 yr old father be like as the team ninja?

Remember …

“It’s not whether you win or lose, it is how you play the game!”

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