GO is the world’s oldest strategy board game and one of the most widely played in the world today. It originated in China over 4000 years ago. GO is one of the simplest games in the world, but it can also be very complex. Two players play on a board of intersecting grid lines, with black and white “stones.” The object of the game is to build territories and to capture your opponents stones. The game takes only 5 minutes to learn. The library has started a GO Club, which meets on Thursday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. Join us to learn more about this popular game and to try your hand at playing it. If you already know how to play, join us to teach others. Meetings are in Room A or B, depending on the week. There will be no meeting on Thursday, May 29.