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Pokemon Club – Holiday Fun Day – Saturday December 14

Pokemon Fans – the Gnome Games Pokemon Club Holiday Fun Day is Saturday December 14th.

Gnome Games invites young Pokemon Fans to join us for the Gnome Games Pokemon Club Holiday Fun Day Saturday December 14th. This event is free and give young Pokemon Fans a chance to write their Pokemon trainer Letters to Santa, Decorate Pokeball Cookies and have a lot of fun with other Pokemon fans! Bring your cards and play or learn more about the Pokemon game.

This event is open to all Pokemon fans, and is designed to be a casual, fun experience for younger Pokemon fans and their families.

Gnome Games hosts Free Pokemon Club Every Saturday at all our stores for kids 12 and under. Older siblings and parents are always welcome

Saturday Morning Pokemon Club

Gnome Games Appleton
Saturday mornings
9 AM – 11 AM

Pokemon Club and Pajama League

Gnome Games Green Bay West
Saturday Mornings
10 AM – Noon
Come in your pajamas and play Pokemon, or just hang out and have fun

Saturday Afternoon Pokemon Club

Gnome Games Green Bay East
Saturday Afternoon
3 PM – 5 PM

What’s happening at the Gnome Games Pokemon Club Holiday party?

First all Pokemon fans will be able to become and official Pokemon Trainer! We’ll get you a special Pokemon ID number – that officially makes you a real Pokemon Trainer!

You don’t have to know how to play Pokemon, or have any cards or a DS. As long as you are a Pokemon fan – you can be a Pokemon Trainer.

We’ll decorate some Pokemon Holiday Pokeball Cookies you can take home for Santa, or enjoy at Pokemon Club.

You can write your letter to Santa – and we’ll make sure he gets it!

You can play Pokemon! We’ll have some of the Gnome Games Pokemon Professors on hand to explain the basic of the Pokemon Trading Card game to both new players and parents.

You can watch Pokemon!

You can color Pokemon Coloring Pages

You can just hang out and have fun!

Don’t forget, if you want to play more Pokemon, Gnome Games offers Pokemon League and Tournaments too. You can check out the complete Pokemon Schedule on the Gnome Games Event Calendar.