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USA-Jigsaw-Nationals

U.S. Nationals & Puzzle Convention
October
 21-23, 2022 in San Diego, California

Update September 17, 2022 - USA Jigsaw Nationals

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Registration for Nationals is due Saturday!
We've still got some pair and team spots available at the USA Jigsaw Nationals event in San Diego, but it's filling up. Sign up today to compete and/or get a convention pass and be part of the fun! If we fill up the teams division, Cobble Hill is providing a special gift to all team members. Email us at contact@usajigsaw.org with questions and sign up here for help to find a pair partner or teammates. Registration has been extended through September 17th!
October 21-23, 2022
Hilton San Diego Mission Valley

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Multiple sponsors are helping to make this a fabulous weekend. In addition to the competitions on Saturday and Sunday, convention pass holders can take advantage of the following for only $50:

Swag bags with a $50+ value (covers the cost of the pass!)

Friday night dinner & party

Discussion panel with Ravensburger & Puzzle Artists and Karen Puzzles

Virtual Q&A with World Champion Jigsaw Puzzler, Alejandro Clemente Leon

Custom Speed Run puzzle debut from PuzzleTwist

Collaborative 18,000 piece Ravensburger puzzle

Puzzle swap & vendor booths

Wiicker Kittens Screening

Sprint contests with prizes for the winners

Sunday morning stretch & strengthen session

Free giveaways of puzzle merchandise and more!

We're also excited to announce that Ravensburger plans to be there in a big way with a vendor booth and special discounts.

PLUS (drum roll please) 

Completing the Puzzle is hiring a production team to livestream the contests so your friends and family can watch!

One more note: Make your livestream debut with some new USAJPA Merch!

Our new Bonfire storefront has lots of clothing options so you can load up on gear to wear for the weekend.


Update August 29, 2022 - USA Jigsaw Nationals

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Volunteer Shifts = Free Stuff
Sign up for a volunteer shift and earn our gratitude + some extras:

  • 1 shift = Free event t-shirt
  • 2 shifts = Get another ticket entered into a puzzle drawing for volunteers
  • 3 shifts = One free PuzzleTwist Speed Run puzzle

Each shift is 4 hours. Every shift worked after the first one, gets you additional tickets into the volunteer-only puzzle drawing.

It's not too late to join us at the USA Jigsaw National Championships and Convention! However, divisions are filling up fast so sign up today to compete and get a convention pass. Email us at contact@usajigsaw.org with questions and look under the Learn More section below for help to find a pair/team. Registrations are due by September 10th!


October 21-23, 2022
Hilton San Diego Mission Valley

Exciting Announcements
We’ve added great experiences to turn it into a fun-filled weekend so even if you don’t want to compete, you should come and take part in all of the special activities we’ve planned! A convention pass for the weekend is only $50 and includes:

  • Friday night dinner & party
  • Discussion panel with Ravensburger & Puzzle Artists
  • Puzzle Artist signing
  • Virtual Q&A with World Champion Jigsaw Puzzler, Alejandro Clemente Leon
  • Custom Speed Run puzzle debut
  • Swag bags full of goodies for puzzle lovers
  • Collaborative 18,000 piece Ravensburger puzzle
  • Puzzle swap & vendor booths
  • Sprint contests with prizes for the winners
  • Sunday morning stretch & strengthen session

We’re also working on ways to include remote USAJPA members with special prize drawings, livestreaming, and videos. Additionally, receive a heavily discounted rate at the Hilton once you register for any of the weekend's competitions and/or convention pass.

Learn More
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Update July 28, 2022 - USA Jigsaw Nationals

Join us for US Jigsaw Nationals!

Registration is open for the US Jigsaw National Championships in San Diego, CA from October 21-23.

We're filling up fast so sign up today and check out usajigsaw.org for more details on this event for anyone that loves jigsaw puzzling. It's being sponsored by Ravensburger and we’re planning all kinds of fun in addition to a team marathon, pairs contest and individual contest.

The whole weekend takes place at the Hilton San Diego Mission Valley and if you register we’ll share details on how to get an amazing discounted rate for rooms. A convention pass is available that is separate from contest registration and will give you access to:

Hang out space for the weekend

Friday night party with food, sprint contests, and a swap

Puzzle giveaways

Socialize with other puzzlers and collaborate on a large 10,000+ piece Ravensburger

Discussion panel with puzzle creators.

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​Sign-up deadline is September 10th!


Have you heard about the Puzzle Club?

Puzzle Club - Sunday, July 31st, 3-5pm CST

Open to members and non-members this month!

Login to our online Gather space (https://bit.ly/usajpagather) to talk about the World Jigsaw Puzzle Championship and do some casual puzzling.

Those that want to time themselves and casually compete will be using this Bits & Pieces pack of four, 200-piece puzzles. We’ll also be giving away some Ravensburger puzzle souvenirs from Spain! They're only available outside the US & were used for team's practice and the WJPC Pairs Final.​​


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Update - USA Jigsaw Nationals

Friday, October 21, 2022

to Sunday, October 23, 2022

WHERE

Hilton San Diego Mission Valley

901 Camino del Rio South

San Diego, California 92108

The competition is from October 21-23, 2022 in San Diego, CA.

If you are a USAJPA Member please log-in to MemberPlanet to register (Once you click the registration link be sure to log-in is at the top right of the screen). If you are not yet a member you can click here to join. Membership is not required to register. Registrants must be at least 16 years old and U.S. residents.

Hotel details ($139 per night) and how to take advantage of this discounted rate will be sent in an email once you register.

Friday, October 21

Friday night reception and party (part of Convention Pass - $50/person)

Saturday, October 22

Teams of 4 marathon (2 x 1000 piece puzzles, 1 x 1500 piece puzzle) – $115 for the team

Sunday, October 23

Pairs (500 piece puzzle) – $55 for the pair

Individual* (500 piece puzzle) – $30

*May add qualifying rounds so competition may also be on Saturday.

Convention Pass Details

The contest and convention will take place in the same hotel. Convention passes will be $50 (in addition to the competition registration). Convention passes are not required if you are competing but it is required to participate in the activities below.

Convention activities will be offered throughout the weekend. Anyone can purchase a convention pass so you don’t have to be a competitor to participate.

Convention pass is $50 and will include:

Friday night reception and party

Work with fellow puzzlers on a large 40,000 piece Ravensburger puzzle

Sprint puzzle contests with prizes

Access to a puzzle practice and socializing space all weekend

Eligible for prize drawings all weekend

Wicker Kittens screening

Puzzle Vendors

Q&A Sessions

Puzzle Artist Signing Session

And more!

Here are our FAQ's and Rules for the event or continue reading below.

Tickets

Individual (500 pc) $30.00

Pairs (500 pc) $55.00

Teams of 4 (1000 pc) $115.00

Convention Pass (includes other puz $50.00



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USA Nationals FAQ's

Where and when is it located?

San Diego, California at the Hilton San Diego Mission Valley from October 21-23, 2022

Is there a discounted hotel rate?

Yes, there are limited rooms available at $139/night. Information and a link is shared in the confirmation email once you have registered for either a contest or the convention pass.

I’m having issues with registration. What do I do?

If you’re a member of the USAJPA, make sure you’re logged into Member Planet in order to register. If you have any additional issues, email us at contact@usajigsaw.org for assistance.

Will there be a virtual component to this competition?

No, it is an on-site only competition. It’s difficult to ensure that all rules are followed and that no one has completed the puzzle prior to competition if we add a remote division. The weekend is also intended as a way to bring puzzlers together and connect (no pun intended) for socializing and cooperative puzzling.

I can’t make it this year. Will this be an annual event?

We sure hope so! Location and dates will likely change each year.

Do I need to compete in this event in order to attend the World Jigsaw Puzzle Championship?

No. Signing up for the World Jigsaw Puzzle Championship is separate and handled through the World Jigsaw Puzzle Federation website. Registration for that event is not open yet.

Can I register in Pairs or Teams if I don’t know yet who my puzzling team will be?

Yes, we will collect information for all competitors before the competition, but that information need not be finalized until the competition weekend.

Does everyone on a team or in a pair need to register?

No. Only one person from each team/pair needs to sign up and pay the registration fee. However, the convention pass for the additional weekend activities is $50 per individual so if someone you are puzzling with wants to take part in those things, they will need to register and pay for a convention pass.

Is there a minimum age required to participate?

Yes, competitors must be at least 16 years old to participate in the US Nationals. We are following World Jigsaw Puzzle Championship standards in this regard.

Do I have to buy Convention Passes for my kids?

Anyone 10 and older must have a convention pass to take part in those activities. Kids 9 and under can attend for free with their parents that have passes.

Can I compete if I live outside the United States?

No. Because we are considering this a national championship event, we are limiting participation to U.S. residents. This means that all individuals, pairs, and team members must be U.S. residents. However, anyone can attend the event and/or register for a Convention Pass.

I’m a foreigner living in the U.S. Can I compete?

Yes, this competition is open to U.S. residents.

Do I have to be a member of the USA Jigsaw Puzzle Association to participate in US Jigsaw Nationals?

No, it is not necessary. However, registration will open one week earlier for members in order to give them priority. After July 18, anyone can sign up to participate in the event.

How do I pay the registration fees?

When registering via Member Planet, PayPal and credit cards can be used to pay the registration fees.

I registered but now cannot attend. Can I get a refund and who do I contact?

If you cancel before October 1st you will get a full refund. Please email us at contact@usajigsaw.org to cancel. Because there may be a waiting list, it is preferred that people cancel as far in advance as possible to free up space for other puzzlers.

What is the size of the tables we’ll be using?

Tables are 6’ long and 30” wide. Space will vary in each category. In the team contest, each team will have their own table. In the pairs contest, tables will be split with two pairs sharing a table. In the individual contest, tables will be split for two individuals per table.

Are tools allowed?

The only tools allowed are box top holders and trays for sorting puzzle pieces. The box can also be used for sorting purposes. Specifics on size limitations can be found in the official rules for each division.

Magnifying glasses, using a phone camera, spatulas, or other potential tools are not allowed.

Can I change my pair or team partners?

You can make changes in the makeup of your pair or team right up until the competition. Only the person that has registered the pair or team can change its members. Identifying info for pairs and teams will be confirmed the day of the event to ensure our results include everyone.

Is it possible to make changes between members during the team competition?

No. Teams will be made up of 4 people and only those four people can participate. We realize the team contest is a marathon which will take significantly longer than typical contests. If someone needs a break to go to the bathroom or eat or drink something, they’ll just have to hurry!

Can we eat and drink outside food during the contests?

Not if you want to win, but you do you.

Anything I should know about the venue - Hilton San Diego Mission Valley?

It is in a touristy area of San Diego with many restaurants and shopping areas nearby. The beach is also not far but would likely require some type of transportation as walking would be a bit of a trek.

Parking is available per day for $5, but costs significantly more if you’re staying overnight ($20). There are public transportation options nearby as well as the usual Uber and Lyft.

Can anyone come and watch the competition?

Yes, spectators are welcome but we may be limiting access to the competition area to minimize distractions for puzzlers.

Jigsaw puzzle enthusiasts that are not interested in competing are welcome to purchase a convention pass for the weekend that gets them into a Friday night party, the casual/social gathering space and eligibility for numerous prize giveaways during the weekend in addition to many more benefits being planned for participants!

Is video recording and photography allowed at the competition?

Yes - we’ll be asking participants to sign a photo/video release and anyone wanting to take photos for professional use will need to make a formal request to the USAJPA at the event.

What happens with the results of this contest?

Individual times will contribute to a ranking for USAJPA members. We’ll also be displaying final times on our website. We can also guarantee spots to register for the World Competition to finalists in the US Nationals divisions.

Depending on when the 2023 World Jigsaw Puzzle Championship takes place, placement in this US Nationals contest may affect division placement for puzzlers that go on to sign up for the world contest.

Will this event be live-streamed or recorded?

We’re working on plans to live stream the event on our YouTube channel and then it would appear after the event as a recording. We haven’t finalized the details on this yet and will share more information as the event approaches.

I am interested in being a sponsor and/or vendor at the event. Where can I get more information on sponsorship?

Please email us at contact@usajigsaw.org and we will send you more information.

I have more questions. Who can I contact?

Please email us at contact@usajigsaw.org.


USA Nationals Rules

USAJPA National Championship - October 21-23, 2022 in San Diego, CA

Team Division

Teams must be composed of a minimum of 3 people and a maximum of 4. No changes will be allowed during the competition. Prizes will only be given to division winners. (We will not have a 3-person team division so it serves teams best to have 4 members.)

The contest will last 6.5 hours and the participating teams will have to assemble two 1000-piece jigsaw puzzles and one 1500-piece jigsaw puzzle. They can be completed in any order but only one at a time. A second puzzle cannot be started until completion of the first has been verified by a member of the USAJPA. A volunteer will verify assembly, register the finish time and authorize the start of the next puzzle. The completed puzzle must be completely put away before the team can begin the next puzzle.

If after starting a puzzle, the team decides to do a different one before finishing it, it must be completely destroyed and put back in its box before opening the other puzzle.

When a team manages to finish the three puzzles before the 6.5 hours, a member of the USAJPA will register the final time in the record. The team's players must collect the puzzles and their belongings and leave the competition area to avoid distracting neighboring puzzlers that are still competing.

Only duly accredited judges and USAJPA volunteers can take note of the finishing times of the completed puzzles and authorize the opening of the next puzzle.

During the test, organizers will monitor the progress of the assembly, so that when a team is close to finishing a puzzle, they will be waiting by the table to register the exact time in the record and authorize the start of the next puzzle.

If, once the maximum time has elapsed, the team has not finished the 3 puzzles, a photographer will photograph your table and then judges will count the pieces placed in the last unfinished puzzle, counting only groups of 3 or more pieces correctly assembled.

Each team can provide up to 4 trays of cardboard, foam or other material of a maximum size of 16.5” x 23 ⅜” (A2 size) as an aid during the puzzle assembly.

The USAJPA recommends matching t- shirts for all team members, to help identify your group.

Registration fee for this category is $115. Includes the two 1000-piece puzzles and one 1500-piece puzzle.

50 teams will be participating.

Pairs Division

Pairs must build a 500-piece puzzle with a time limit of 2 hours.

If, once the maximum time has elapsed, the pair has not finished their puzzle, a photographer will photograph your table and then judges will count the pieces placed, counting only groups of 3 or more pieces correctly assembled.

Each pair can use up to 2 trays of cardboard, foam or another type of material of a maximum size of 16.5” x 11.7” (A3 size) as an aid during the assembly of the puzzles.

When a pair is close to finishing the puzzle, they will raise a hand to signal a judge to take note of the time at the moment of completion. The judge, after considering the correct assembly, will write down the time spent in the record and will proceed to deliver it to the main judge's table.

All pairs who finish the puzzle before the maximum time allowed must leave the competition area once they have finished.

The registration fee for pairs is $55 and includes the 500-piece puzzle.

100 pairs will participate with two pairs sharing a table.

Individual Division

In this contest, individual competitors must complete 500-piece puzzle with a time limit of 2 hours. In the event that no one finishes before the maximum period, the winner will be the one who has correctly placed the largest number of pieces. Only groups of 3 or more correctly joined pieces will be counted.

Each participant can use up to 2 trays of cardboard, foam or another type of material of a maximum size of 16.5” x 11.7” (A3 size) as an aid during the assembly of the puzzles.

When participants are close to completing the puzzle, they will raise a hand to signal a judge to take note of the time at the time of completion, if no judges/volunteers are near their table. The judge, after considering the correct assembly, will write down the time spent in the record and will proceed to deliver it to the main judge's table.

All participants who finish the puzzle before the maximum time allowed must leave the competition area once they have finished.

The individual registration fee is $30 and includes the 500-piece puzzle.

General Rules

Only participants over 16 years old are accepted, unless they are accompanied by an adult as a pair or team.

Until the host indicates the start of the test and starts the timer, the participants cannot manipulate, unseal or open the jigsaw puzzle boxes that are on the table.

A player cannot be part of two different teams or form a pair with two different people, therefore they can only participate once per category.

Participants must be in the venue before the start of each test. All the tables will be numbered and assigned to participants. Announcements on table assignments will be shared close to competition time to allow for last minute changes.

In the final count of pieces, only groups of 3 or more pieces joined correctly will be added to the final count.

In the case of lost pieces, 10 seconds will be added for each lost piece to the final time.

Only participants, judges, and authorized personnel are allowed to enter the competition area.

All the jigsaw puzzles used in the tests are the property of the participants once the test is finished.

Participants will only be able to assemble the jigsaw puzzle on their assigned table and within the competition venue. The sign indicating the table number must always be visible to facilitate the work of the judges.

The Organization may dispose of the places of the participants who have not taken their place or have not appeared after 10 minutes from the start of the test, not deriving any compensation or refund to the participant.

It is not allowed to bring extra lighting or use printed or digital templates in which you can see any type of manufacturer's cutting pattern.

Any outside help during the competition may be grounds for disqualification.

When pairs and individuals are using shared tables, it is not allowed to invade the area of the adjacent participant or hinder their construction, disqualification may result if a participant seriously hinders another participant’s progress.

Registrants accepts that their name will appear in the list of participants of the USA Jigsaw Puzzle Association event, rankings and any other related digital or printed publication and authorizes USAJPA to use their image in photographs and videos or any other recorded media during the competitions in which the applicant appears, for promotion of the US Nationals event.

All images and videos posted by the USAJPA are the intellectual property of USAJPA.

The USAJPA is not responsible for lost objects during the championship.

The decisions of the judges during the tests are final.

In the event of cancellation or postponement of the US National Championship the USAJPA is not responsible for indirect expenses incurred by participants, except for the paid registration fees and/or convention passes paid to USAJPA.

Participating in the US Nationals event implies full acceptance of these rules. Any incident that arises that is not reflected in these rules will be resolved by the USAJPA.

The USAJPA reserves the right to refuse registration or admission of people who may alter the public order or have shown an attitude contrary to the gracious professionalism expected by USAJPA leadership of its members and event participants.


Priority Registration

Priority registration for USAJPA members opens at noon on July 11, 2022. Non-members will be able to register as of July 18, 2022.

The USA Jigsaw Puzzle Association is hosting its first-ever, in-person national championship, sponsored by Ravensburger! Start planning now and be ready to sign up on July 11 when registration opens. Space is limited.

Saturday, October 22

Teams of 4 marathon (2 x 1000 piece puzzles, 1 x 1500 piece puzzle) – $115 for the team

Sunday, October 23

Pairs (500 piece puzzle) – $55 for the pair

Individual (500 piece puzzle) – $30

Additional details and contest rules will be posted soon.

Convention Details

The contest and convention will take place in the same hotel. Convention passes will be $50 and available on July 11th when registration for the contest opens.

Hotel details ($139 per night) and how to take advantage of this discounted rate will be announced when registration opens at noon on July 11th.

Convention activities will be offered throughout the weekend. Anyone can purchase a convention pass so you don’t have to be a competitor to participate. 

Convention pass is $50 and will include:

  • Friday night dinner and party
  • Work with fellow puzzlers on a large 40,000+ piece Ravensburger puzzle
  • Sprint puzzle contests with prizes
  • Access to a puzzle practice and socializing space all weekend
  • Eligible for prize drawings all weekend
  • Wicker Kittens screening
  • And more!

USA Jigsaw Puzzle Association Q & A

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It's quite interesting to know how much contribution this organization provides to the jigsaw puzzle community.

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USA Jigsaw Puzzle Association Interview

Q. How did you come about to form the USAJPA?

A few of the board members contacted the World Jigsaw Puzzle Federation to find out how to start a U.S. group and the WJPF encouraged us to connect with each other. A few Facebook messages later, we set up our first virtual meeting and started talking about launching the USAJPA. The advice we were given was to first create a community on Facebook to get a base of support and host a few events. Once we did that, we chose an online membership platform and started to recruit. It’s been a labor of love for the board members as we donate all of our time and fortunately, we clicked from the beginning and have formed great friendships as we’ve collaborated to bring the USAJPA to fruition.

Q. What is the sole purpose of the membership?

Our mission is to promote jigsaw puzzling as a hobby and provide a hub for people to share news and events related to jigsaw puzzling. We also provide guidelines and support for competitive jigsaw puzzling events to feed into a national championship and the World Jigsaw Puzzling Competition. We offer memberships to encourage a sense of belonging and community and to generate support for our efforts to become a nationally known resource for jigsaw puzzlers.

Q. Since USAJPA has started in 2020 can you tell us how many members there are?

At the time of this interview, we had 338 members.

Q. What are the benefits and how much does it cost?

The cost to join is $15 a year, and we offer many benefits. Members are invited to join a monthly virtual event to connect with other puzzlers casually.

We also offer Zoom seminars where we, for example, interview top competitors, talk to collectors and connect with the World Jigsaw Puzzle Federation leaders. We host a few virtual competitions a year and members participate with a discounted rate and are given early bird registration access.

Furthermore, we have a travelling puzzle program for members and do monthly puzzle giveaways by randomly drawing a name from our member pool. In January 2022, we hosted a free puzzle party for members and provided activities, lunch and door prizes.

Members also have access to a private Facebook forum where they can organize swaps and connect with each other around their passion for puzzling.

Q. Does the USAJPA put on any actual events or do sponsorships for events etc?

We’re planning to host more in-person events now that COVID restrictions are less of an issue. At this time, we don’t have the resources to provide financial support for other organizations, but we freely offer our expertise and share resources with groups that contact us. We’re also beginning to envision how regional groups could form and become affiliates of the USAJPA to expand our reach.

Q. How does one get involved in volunteering?

Just contact us at contact@usajigsaw.org and let us know! We’d love for more people to be involved and there are so many ways that people can promote jigsaw puzzles in their communities. We have members that have created free jigsaw puzzle libraries in their neighborhoods, organized contests to raise money for charity, and provided workshops on speed puzzling. There are so many possibilities!

Q. What is the purpose of the World Jigsaw Puzzle Federation?

The World Jigsaw Puzzle Federation is largely responsible for hosting a World Competition in Spain every year. They also act as a resource for groups like the USAJPA. There is a group of English-speaking puzzle leaders from around the world that frequently communicate with each other to pose questions about competition ideas and other jigsaw topics. They help connect jigsaw enthusiasts from around the world!

Q. What are the most successful events with good participation?

Jigsaw puzzle speed competitions are definitely increasing in popularity. The pandemic introduced the concept of competing virtually via Zoom. This development has made speed puzzling much more accessible in that people don’t have to travel and can compete in their home with a setup that works well for them and can accommodate any physical limitations they may have. A few years ago, it was tough to find puzzle contests to participate in, but now, thanks to virtual events, competitors can do a contest nearly every weekend.

Swaps are also popular as puzzling can be an expensive hobby. In our experience, whenever you get a bunch of jigsaw puzzlers in a room (either in person or online) it’s a lot of fun because everyone has something in common and can relate to each other about all topics around puzzling.

Q. What events are coming up this year?

We have a virtual competition happening on April 9, 2022 and we’re in the early planning stages for an in-person national championship event in San Diego, CA, this fall. With the championship event, we’re planning to designate a weekend where there will be contests, socializing and other activities for members’ to connect in person and enjoy a full weekend of fun events. Puzzle club happens monthly and we’ll be hosting a few online workshops yet this year, too.

Q. What is the JPA ranking?

In order to give speed puzzlers a sense of how they are measuring up to their fellow competitors, we have created a formula for developing a Jigsaw Puzzle Association Ranking (JPAR). It only applies to members that compete in individual competitions. The formula takes into account the difficulty level of a puzzle and recorded times from contests we have hosted. For more details on how the score is compiled, you can check out our JPAR webpage.

Q. What goes on in the Puzzle Club?

Puzzle Club uses an online space called Gather where participants create an avatar and enter a room (kind of like a video game). The room is divided up into different activity areas and you can just go wherever you like. When you approach other participants, your video and audio pops up so you can see and hear each other. There are spaces for casual competitions where everyone agrees on a puzzle from an assigned puzzle pack that people can order on their own ahead of time. They then start their timers together and race to finish. There are also digital puzzle spaces where you can collaborate on 500 piece online puzzles with people from across the country. And there are spaces where people work on puzzles they have going at home and just visit with each other.

If you’d like to learn more about our organization, you can follow our Facebook page or Instagram, visit usajigsaw.org or reach out to us at

contact@usajigsaw.org. Thanks!

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