Welcome to The Oware Society, the first organized body to promote
and organize International Oware Tournaments worldwide. With a
worldwide membership of players and enthusiasts of all abilities. We
have something to offer everyone, from beginner to Grandmaster or for those
just seeking information. In addition to organizing tournaments (nationally
and internationally) the OWS supports and promotes Oware activities
worldwide. We also publish a quarterly newsletter, 'Oware News'
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|Mwalimu Express|| ||The Oware Society bringing probably the World's Oldest Game to Contemporary Society. Want to learn how to play an Ancient African Mathematical Board Game, develop your mental agility, sharpen your strategic thinking or just want to have fun and be entertained. Just come along to Mwalimu Express, Sunday 18th of September 2016 from 2pm - 5pm. This months destination is Senegal featuring music from DIABEL CISSOKHO
Subsequent sessions will take place on the third Sunday of every month from November to May at the same venue and same times. Just look out on this site or our Facebook page for future dates. You can also join our Facebook Google+ groups for regular updates via e-mail. Just send us an e-mail if you will like to do so.|
|Sowing Oware Tournament CCLXXVI|| ||This weeks Online Sowing Oware Tournament the 276th edition will take place on Wednesday the 28th of September 2016 from 22:00. For this tournament there is no qualifying phase. Players go straight into the final phase. Each round lasts 8 minutes in duration. The top 4 positioned players usually get free LudoTeka subscriptions of varying lengths.
In order to participate you have to be registered with LudoTeka which takes a few minutes to do. Then you have to register for the next edition of the Tournament. You can set your preferences so that whenever there is a tournament you will be entered and notified.
Please note we are not hosting this tournament merely publishing it.
For past Tournament results visit http://www.ludoteka.com/tournaments?tn=19|
|Warri & Mancala Day at the Harlem YMCA|| ||Come and learn to play the oldest game in the world. this is an all age fun activity. If you can count from one to fifty then you are eligible to play. As valuable as chess but easy as checkers to learn and a great teaching tool for decision making.
YMCA membership is not required for participation.
For more information contact: Oba Cullins @ 917-405-7475 or email@example.com|