We are organizing our Anniversary Event on 8th May. We are trying to reach 70 schools to gift 140 Scrabble boards to. We’d love to invite students from those schools too. We would like to reach 70 schools out of which 10 public schools are on our priority list for the Gift and training of Scrabble board game to help them with their language proficiency. We welcome suggestion of Schools and their nomination. Please send us the name of the School, Principal, Contact numbers and also do share this with them so that they can contact us. Please SHARE and Recommend the event. We are trying to connect with more students and have more students interact and learn from each other, along with from the seniors. Please share the word. Interested sponsors are welcome too~!

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Photo Update of The First Western Region Scrabble Program @ Butwal

The First Western Region Scrabble Program @ Butwal

The event was kindly Organized by Maria Montessori Foundation – Nepal in association with Nepal Scrabble Club and was Powered by: New Horizon Institute, Butwal and Folio Magazine – Ktm.

We would like to express our humble acknowledgements to entire Founding Members of Maria Montessori International School and the Patrons from New Horizon Higher Secondary School, as well as Folio Magazine for making it possible.

Total Days: 2 Days
Total Hours: 12 Hours
Total Participants: 250
Participants: Students, Teachers and Parents

English Language Teaching/Learning with Scrabble Project


7th Dec – 10th Dec

English Access Microscholarship Program and American Corner Gorkha

Regional English Languague Office – US Department of State, &
Nepal English Language Teacher’s Association

β€œThis event was made possible with the generous support of the American people through the English Language Office (RELO), Public Affairs Section of the Embassy of the United States of America in Nepal.”

2nd Official Scrabble Meet also finally happened and the day is gone *sigh* :)

It was a great day at Moksh Lawn.

Thank you everyone who made it there last Saturday. We are so very excited to see you every-time, and disappointed not to see the few who missed out.

We hope it was a great weekend for you too. We’ll be posting the pictures from the day, soon. Re-sizing is in progress.

We would specially like to thank the great musicians who agreed to be there for all of us even with a very short notice and presented us wonderful sounds of Nepal, it was very relaxing and de-stressing. Hari Sharan Nepali is amazing as always with his Sarangi and Binaya Maharjan with his splendid Flute. Nhuchhe Darshandhari ji, who had wonderful fingers on Tabla. It was a great evening.

Whoever missed out that day, really missed out something. However, the greatness of those wonderful musicians and their company and performance may get the continuation in every Scrabble meet henceforth. We would like you to let us know how you feel about it. Do you want it? or You don’t?

Thank you The Kathmandu Post for supporting our program again. It is BABBAL with you guys πŸ™‚
Thank you Teenz Magazine and Friday Weekly for your continuous participation and media support
Thank you Moksh Live Restaurant for their wonderful Lawn and Coffee Deck, and the sound equipment
Thank you V-Chitra for quick response and connecting TKP Babbal Weekends with us
Thank you Artudio for participating in our Scrabble Meet. Next ones will be interesting for you too. We promise.

Thank you Karisma Bajracharya and Ajavind Shrestha, our Communications Officers to have taken the challenge and put in your very best.

Thank you everyone, again, for being there. We look forward to your participation in our next events. They aren’t too far, so please keep updated through our facebook page or our blog.

Best Regards

Happy Scrabbling!

Nepal Scrabble Club

Scrabble Gathering at ATTIC

We would like to thank all those Scrabble fans who attended our tiny gathering at Attic last Sunday. 19th Feb 2012. It was great seeing you all there and enjoying thoroughly and also those interested patrons who just came for good food but jumped into the world of words even if it was the first time they were seeing it πŸ™‚ Loved having you all there. See you coming weekend.

Common Errors. So common.. we have exhausted our capability to SEE them :)

Nepal Scrabble Club - Spell Check