Online registration is closed for this event. If available, tickets on the day of the event may incur an additional charge.

Solve Some (SCRABBLE®) Tiling Problems!

The National Museum of Mathematics is pleased to invite you to a game of SCRABBLE® with 3-time National Champion Joe Edley! A featured player in the acclaimed documentary Word Wars, Edley is the co-author of Everything Scrabble®, Third Edition and the brain-training puzzle book Anagrammar.

Bring your own board and let Edley teach you some of the tips and tricks that can not only add a whole lot of enjoyment to your gameplay, but also boost your scores. Find out how to use two-letter words and bonus squares more effectively; discover why the letters you leave on your rack are just as important as the ones you play to the board; and learn some useful mnemonics and a powerful method for easily finding 7- and 8-letter words.

A veteran of 35 years of SCRABBLE® tournament and club play and over 20 years as Director of Clubs and Tournaments for the National SCRABBLE® Association, Joe Edley will share some of the funny (11 points), ironic (8 points), incredible (15 points), and amazing (38 points, double word score) stories of his life as a SCRABBLE® legend!



MoMath is also pleased to announce a special dining opportunity at SD26 for Family Friday attendees.  Enjoy the remarkable cuisine of noted award winning executive chef Matteo Bergamini at SD26 Restaurant and Wine Bar, just a few doors down from MoMath at 19 E. 26th.   SD26 will offer two pre-event specials from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm:

1) SD26 main dining room

     $35.00 per person plus beverage, plus tax & tip

     Select from pre-theatre menu


2) Enjoy SD26 Café either outside seating (weather permitting) or inside café/lounge

     $16.00 per person plus beverage, plus tax & tip

     Choose any one item you like, plus ice cream and non-alcoholic beverage from the café menu

For further information about SD26, visit or call (212) 265-5959.

We look forward to seeing you on Friday!

June 28, 2013 7:00 pm   through   9:00 pm
National Museum of Mathematics
11 East 26th Street
New York, NY 10010
United States
Phone: (212) 542-0566
Event Fee(s)
Registration Fee (Non-members) $ 12.00
Registration Fee (Members) $ 10.00