Puzzah! presents

19oct12:00 pm12:00 pmPuzzah! presents

Event Details

Date: 19th October 2014 (Sunday)
Time: 12 to 4pm
Venue: Puzzah! 1440 Blake Street, Suite #150, Denver, CO

Like puzzles and games? Always wanted to get your hands on beautifully crafted wooden puzzles and unique secret boxes? Come down to Puzzah! to meet local puzzle designers such as Doug Engel and George Bell. They will be showcasing their latest designs and inspirations. You could even walk away with a free hand puzzle as we will be having a lucky draw event! This is a rare opportunity for members of the public to get up close and personal with these wonderful designers.

Puzzah! is hosting “Hand Me A Puzzle” to commemorate G4G: Celebration of Mind 2014.

The Martin Gardner Celebration of Mind is an annual global event held on or around October 21st. We invite you to join us in celebrating the legacy of Martin Gardner through the enjoyment of Puzzles, Magic and Recreational Math.

Martin Gardner (21 Oct 1914 22 May 2010) had no formal education in mathematics but had an enormous influence on the subject. His writings exhibit an extraordinary ability to convey the essence of many mathematically sophisticated topics to a very wide audience. In the words first uttered by mathematician Richard K. Guy, Gardner has brought more mathematics, to more millions, than anyone else.

Puzzah! will be providing light snacks and refreshments on the day of this free drop-in event. We are in the heart of beautiful LoDo right in downtown Denver (20 seconds away from 16th St Mall!) and this event is suitable for families with children.

NOTE: Some of these puzzle parts will be small and may be a choking hazard for children under 6 years old. Please be mindful of this if you are bringing small children with you.

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