Check out 5 of the best retirement party games below!
Two Truths And A Lie
There are a few ways this game can be played in a retirement party setting. One way is to have guests come up with two true stories about the retiree with one lie snuck in between. Or, you can choose to have the retiree tell two truths and one lie about themselves. All guests can take a crack at guessing which of the three anecdotes is a lie. Each guest should receive three index cards to write down their guesses.
Never Have I Ever
You can use a traditional bingo board setup for this game. Instead of numbering the bingo spaces, though, insert some crazy items. For instance, these boxes can include travel stories or something revealing about certain individuals. The goal of the game is to get someone to cross off five individual items the fastest. Crossing off five in a row in any direction the quickest results in victory.
The Bucket List
All party guests will enjoy this game! Place one box either in the front, center or back of the room. Instruct each guest to write one item on their bucket list. You can either pull these cards and read them aloud to the group at the end of the party or turn this activity into a guessing game. If you want to turn this into a game, hold a contest where the crowd or retiree must guess which person wrote the selected bucket list item.
Guess That Beer
This game is sure to be a crowd-pleasing activity! Participants should be blindfolded while drinking a selected beer. Then, have the participant guess what they are drinking. Of course, this game could also be played with wine instead of beer. Begin by pouring three ounces of beer/wine in a sampler glass. Try to make the selections as diverse as possible for a fun yet challenging guessing game. For example, a stout, cider and pilsner could be used.
A staple at parties of all kinds, a talent contest is one of the most entertaining games you can play. Make everyone participate to reveal as many hidden talents as possible! Give everyone a minute to collect themselves, then draw a random order for participation. Have the retiree either participate in the talent contest or act as the judge. Make sure the winner gets a prize at the end of the contest!
Canyon Winds Retirement Offers Assisted Living in Mesa, Arizona
Canyon Winds Retirement is an assisted living facility in Mesa, Arizona. To schedule a tour of our assisted living facility, contact SLS Communities or for more information please call us today at 480-405-1129.
More Articles About Senior Living
- Best Core Exercises For Seniors
- When Might Be The Best Time To Start Saving For Retirement?
- How Much Does Memory Care Cost?
- Independent Senior Living Near Me
- Things To Do In Mesa AZ For Seniors
- If An Employer Does Not Offer A Retirement Plan…
- Memory Care Facilities Near Me In Arizona
- Home Safety Checklist For Seniors
- Games For Seniors
- Assisted Living Facilities Near Me
- Retirement Party Ideas For Coworker
- Covid-19 Vaccine: What Seniors Need To Know
- Retiring In Arizona Pros And Cons
- 5 Crafts For Seniors With Dementia
- Top 5 Best Part Time Jobs For Seniors At Home
- How To Retire Early At 45 – Steps To Retirement
- How To Talk To A Parent With Dementia
- Assisted Living Vs Memory Care
- Assisted Living Pros and Cons | Advantages & Disadvantages
- How To Pay For Assisted Living With Medicare
- How Much Does Assisted Living Cost in Arizona?
- Retirement Wishes For A Boss
- How Much Does Assisted Living Cost In Mesa, Arizona?
- Independent Living Cost Arizona
- How Much Does Independent Living Cost?
- What is Memory Care?
- Benefits of Assisted Living
- Benefits of Independent Living
- Moving from Assisted Living to a Memory Care Facility
- Outdoor Activities For Seniors
- What Is Independent Living?
- What is Assisted Living?
- Retirement, Quotes, Sayings and Wishes
- How To Find A Retirement Community In Mesa, Arizona