I need some suggestions for games to play at a 55th class reunion.
By Janet from OH
Check out this post http://www.thriftyfun.com/tf59062326.tip.html it was originally for a baby shower but would work well with a Reunion. After all these are candies that these people grey up with. You might change some of the questions but you can just about leave it alone.
We had a hoola hoop contest.
Why not play: Who has been married the longest? Who traveled the farthest? who has the most grandchildren & etc. and then offer a small prize to the winners.
We just played a good mixer game at my retired teachers party last week. Grid off a sheet of paper into about 25 or 30 squares. In each square there is a phrase such as-who has been to Alaska
-who has more than 5 grandchildren
-who has great grandchildren
-who has been on a cruise
-who swam in three Great Lakes
- who has been elected to office
who has a pet cat
and so on. Make some of them fairly specific so they would be harder to get, and some quite general. Since you know the crowd, you can suit the clues to them. The guests circulate, getting signatures in the squares, you can only sign a paper once, for a few minutes. You can give a prize for the first one done, or several prizes for all who completed their sheet in a specified time.
This is not a game, but how cool would it be to have some fake newspapers made up of things that happened the year you all graduated! Dates, proms, the cars, the clothes, you could go a little crazy and put "most likely to..." and so much more! Have a wonderful time!
I was going to suggest "Human Bingo", and that is what louel53 sugested. You can go into Google and get an idea what the card looks like that you make.
Trivia game go through the yearbook and make trivia questions out of what people wrote under their picture in the year book and guess who wrote that.
Trivia who is married the longest, who has the most children, who been divorce the longest, etc
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