ReCon 2024 - A ReMarkable Tabletop Gaming Experience

ReCon 2024 - A ReMarkable Tabletop Gaming Experience


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Kernersville, NC


Project:Re3 Church

1474 Kerner Rd, Kernersville, NC 27284, USA

Time zone: America/New_York (UTC {{ '2024-05-25 13:00:00' | timezone_offset: 'America/New_York' }})

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Enter the front double doors and check in at the registration desk.


Join us May 27th - 29th @ Project:Re3 in Kernersville, NC.

Now the largest non-profit community board gaming event in North Carolina, ReCon - A ReMarkable Tabletop Gaming Experience features: 4,500+ sq ft of space for gaming, a play-2-win event, a tabletop gaming flea market, as well as raffle / door prizes. On-site access to hot and fresh food will also be provided throughout the weekend. Whether you’re a veteran player or a newcomer to the wonderful world of tabletop gaming, ReCon will be a great place for you to play some games and have a great time.

Already have a small collection of tabletop games?

Great – feel free to bring your favorite games and teach others how to play.

Don’t own any games of your own or don’t feel comfortable teaching?

No problem – there will be plenty of games going on throughout the weekend.

In addition to an on-site game library, there will also be a large selection of play-2-win games. Attendees are encouraged to try these games for a chance of winning them at the end of each day.

Project:Re3 is a church community built around the heart of serving others through missions. Volunteers from H.O.P.E. for Belarus will be providing assistance throughout ReCon: facilitating check-in, selling concessions, running the flea market, etc. All proceeds from ReCon 2024 (including raffle ticket and concession sales) are donated to H.O.P.E. for Belarus to support local families preparing to host children from Belarus in their homes each summer. _Nearly all of Belarus is contaminated by radiation from the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster. Respite from this radiation (as little as 6 weeks) has been shown to significantly improve the long-term health of Belarusian children.