Museum Game Day.Jenga is normally played on a table top, not with foot-long blocks on a windy patio, but sister and brother Sidra and Jed Matthias of White Salmon, and friends, enjoyed the outsized outdoor version, cringing as the stack swayed precariously.
Jed Matthias of White Salmon stacks the oversized Jenga blocks.
Jed Matthias of White Salmon ducks as the Jenga blocks come tumbling down.
Concentrating on the much quieter Cat’s Cradle, Lusa Fordonski, 5, of White Salmon gets some help with the string sequencing game from museum volunteer Dottie Gilbertson. Chess, Anagrams, PlayDoh and Atari were other indoor and outdoor games from over the years in the free event.
Jordan Lee, left, of Hood River, and Sebastian Zeman enjoy a lively game of croquet on the museum lawn.
Hood River Fire Department donated a hot dog lunch for the museum game day. Assisting was the “BBQ Crew” of left, Isaac Beaman, 12, Rio Levin, 10, Ayva Levin, 12 and Casey Beaman, 8.
Sebastian Zeman of Hood River smiles as Athena Church of Hood River created a large double bubble at the bubble station, one of many fun yard and board games featured in the History Museum of Hood River’s “Decades of Fun” day on Saturday.