Cribbage Table Donated to Christopher Heights, Assisted Living Community in Webster, MA

One of the joys of making something is to see people enjoy it.  Recently we donated one of our cribbage tables to a local assisted living community, Christopher Heights, in Webster, Massachusetts.

The table was graciously accepted by Laurie Nelson, the Executive Director at the facility.  Laurie found a great location for the cribbage table, in one of their common rooms used as a game room.  We promised to stop by again to spend some time and play a few games with some of the residents of this beautiful community.  We hope they have many hours of enjoyment with their new cribbage board table from The Right Jack! www.christopherheights.com

Coffee Table + Art + Cribbage Board

This year we decided to add some art work to our cribbage tables.

This is our first one.

A New Year – Cribbage Board Coffee Table in Saltwater blue

On New Years Day, Etsy featured this table in its Email newsletter to all subscribers.  We had almost a thousand views that day to this listing and to

our shop on Etsy:  www.TheRightJack.etsy.com

An exciting start to the new year!

This table is one of our best sellers.  The color is a beautiful soft blue reminiscent of Caribbean waters – perfect at your beach house or lakeside cabin.

Hello from The Right Jack!

How did I get started making cribbage board coffee tables?  Good question.

Our family always played cribbage.  Years ago, as my mother got older, she would get lost on the small back and forth cribbage boards.  I decided to find her a larger board, but couldn’t find one the right size and with a continuous track.    I decided I would have to make it for her.

As I was planning out the cribbage board, it turned out to be the size that would make a great coffee table.  Viola!  The cribbage board coffee table was born.

When I presented it to her, she cried.  She loved it and couldn’t wait to show it to all her friends.  Oh, oh, now continued demands came in (yes, demands) but I had a full time job and a family.  I didn’t have time for that.  My mother twisted my arm a bit, after all, these were her friends.  Ok, so I made some more.

That was the end until I retired.  I started making them again.  I started making just the natural wood.  Then I branched out to a few colors for fun and variation.  Those who have purchased my cribbage tables love the fun aspect of the furniture as well as the function of a game board table.  They tell me it enhances their enjoyment of the game.

There is nothing I like better than hearing their stories of playing on a cribbage board coffee table that I made.

Tell me your stories.  I can’t wait to read them!

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