The weekend Society meetings are normally held on every other Saturday of each month at the Columbia library with play starting at 9:30am, although dates may vary due to library schedule conflicts. They are intended to be games that require more time than available on Tuesday nights at Valhalla's. The players who participate on a regular basis rotate in proposing a game for future meetings, which they commit to bring and/or lead.

Future meetings: (If a link is provided, click on the game name to access the rules or an instructional Web site.)

The following games are planned but Library room reservations can only be made two months in advance and some Saturdays are pre-empted by Library activities, so the dates should be regarded as tentative:


September 16, 2017: Charlie as Vermont was the winner of "Rails of New England" over Warren (Rhode Island), Ernie (Connecticut), Ted (Maine) and Lynn (New Hampshire).

September 2, 2017: Warren as Egypt was the winner of "Genesis"; the other players were Charlie as the Hittites, Ernie as the Babylonians and Mark as the Mitanni.

August 19, 2017: In a five-power game of "Diplomacy", Tim was Austria-Hungary. Ted was the Ottoman Empire, Lynn was Russia, Glen was France and Ernie was England, while Italy and Germany were neutral powers. At the end of the playing session each player had seven supply centers so the result was declared a tie.