Taking place Jan. 16-19, 2015, at the historic Ruby’s Inn near Bryce Canyon National Park in Utah, the BryceCon Game Convention will mix tabletop favorites with the latest board game creations. The convention will include outdoors winter activities, including snowshoeing, sleigh rides and ice-skating, and free admission into Bryce Canyon National Park on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
“In our digital world, this retreat will be a welcome escape for families,” said Jean Seiler, marketing director, Ruby’s Inn. “While playing the games and exploring Bryce Canyon, families can interact and reconnect.”
As Utah’s newest gaming convention, BryceCon comes on the heels of a worldwide board game renaissance. Providing an expansive library of over 150 games, allowing attendees to play their favorite classics or test out the newest tabletop arrivals.
Game vendors will be on site to display soon-to-be-released games and related merchandise for purchasing throughout the event. Organizers are also planning a game-centered flea market and prize raffle.
To register for BryceCon, visit www.brycecon.com.