About us - The Ohio Valley Gamers is a loose group of gaming clubs working together to promote gaming in the Louisville/Southern Indiana Area.  The three clubs have their own websites and discussion boards as well.  Below are links to the various clubs.  The three clubs are the Campaigners (TC), Falls of the Ohio Gamers (FOTOG) & Strategy Gamers of Louisville (SGL)
Events - We host various gaming events throughout the area.  We sponsor a monthly gaming day at Pet Shop Comics.  More details can be found on either the FOTOG or Campaigners websites linked below.  There is a gaming meet up on Tuesdays & Thursdays at the Louisville Game Shop.  The Strategy Gamers also host two nights a month of gaming at Something To Do at the Oxmoor Mall.
Conventions - We (FOTOG) sponsored Johnny Con a convention that featured play of Johnny Reb III historical minatures rules  in '06.  We (TC) hosted the  National Block Party in '09 that featured 11  gaming tourneys in "block" games such as Hammer of the Scots by Columbia Games!  We (T.C. & SGL)are again hosting the National Block Party at the New Albany Holiday Inn Express March 19th - 21st, 2010 .
Links - Follow the links below for more information on the different groups that make up the Ohio Valley Gamers.  Follow this link for pictures from our Gaming meetings-  OVG-07 OVG-08 OVG-09 OVG10
Upcoming Events:
Every Wednesday - Strategy Gamers meet at Something to Do (Oxmoor Center's upper level) starting around 6:00pm.

Various times each month (email The Campaigners for more info) - The Campaigners are meeting in the Scottsburg Area.

Games Day - 1/29, 2/26, 3/26, 4/30, 5/28, 6/25, 7/30, 8/27, 9/24, 11/26, 12/17 @
Pet Shop Comics (Hillview Shopping Center)- featuring Flames of War events & Various Boardgames.  I am unsure of the October date due to the timing of the PSC Gamefest.



This is a cooperative effort to promote gaming in the Louisville & Southern Indiana Area.
Updates - Updated  the calendar for Games Day & The Strategy Gamers of Louisville
                    
Page Updated: January 12, 2011