75th Birthday Party Games

Latest Casino News 27 Mar , 2017 0

By their 75th birthday many have reached most of the major life hallmarks but a list of 75th Birthday Party Games should point out that adventures are still to come for those who think young.

Often the 75-year-old is still very active and involved in community and personal development projects. For this reason a 75th birthday party for this crowd can still be relatively active. Music can be a lively solute to the Western Swing music or the early days of Rock-and-Roll. Skate boards are probably banned but Bingo, Mahjong or favorite card games could meet with fierce competition in this age group.

Invitations may be specific to both the 75th birthday and the game to be featured. For Instance a custom made printer friendly card could read,"" You are cordially invited to a 75th Birthday Party Poker Night"" and so on. Paper plates for the 75th birthday party could be matched with coordinating Poker or Bingo Party tablecloths to indicate the hybrid theme.

A card/birthday party is best supplied with the traditional finger sandwiches of ham, bologna, chicken or egg salad. Since it is also a birthday the cake and ice cream or lactose free frozen yogurt alternative are also expected. A diabetic fruit salad might also be a good idea with this age group on the guest list.

If the guest list is to be mixed with family and friends there is the possibility that young children will need to be entertained at the 75th birthday party. While the older adults are playing serious games of a more involved nature very young children may enjoy there own card games. Many examples exist but all time favorite children's card games of Gold Fish or Old Maid will take little effort to supervise. Also, make kid friendly adjustments to the menu as well.


Source by Gail Leino


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