Calling all member of the Mountain Home Cabin Family!! We hope you will participate in a new ONO tradition. We would like to invite you to join our fun group activity, White Elephant. White Elephant is a Christmas & New Year traditional Party Game. The way it works is, each participant supplies one newly purchased wrapped gift. There will be a $15 – $20 spending limit. The gifts are placed in a central location and participants determine in what order they will take turns selecting them. The first person opens a wrapped gift and the turn ends. On subsequent turns, each person can open a new present or gets the choice to “steal” another person’s unwrapped gift. When a person’s gift is stolen, that person chooses another wrapped gift to open. The game is over when the last person has taken their turn.
This game calls for playful rivalries between players trying to get sought-after items. The goal of a white elephant party is usually to entertain rather than to gain. It will be a lot of fun!! We hope everyone will participate. If you will be participating please click the button below and click attending to the event.
*White Elephant will be held on December 30th at 1:00PM in the main cabin.
– Choose a gift that will entertain! Something funny, or fun. Useful doesn’t hurt either.
– EDM related ideas will work well.
– Gift must work for both Men and Women. Don’t purchase makeup or mens attire. Present must work for both Men and Women.
– Keep it between $15-$20.
How to play.
– Each person must buy and wrap a present of $15-$20 value.
– Gift must be Unisex. Present must work for both Men and Women.
– Gifts are placed in a central location
– Participants take turns selecting unwrapped gifts
– On subsequent turns, each person can open a new present or gets the choice to “steal” another person’s unwrapped gift.
– When a person’s gift is stolen, that person chooses another wrapped gift to open.
– Steals are limited to three in a row, the fourth player must be required to open a wrapped gift. Then it resets.
– The game is over when the last person has taken their turn.