Bridge Beginners & Beyond
Our group meets weekly on Mondays between 12:30-3:30 pm to play bridge, learn from each other, and enjoy each other’s company. Our guide in the modern approach is the Audrey Grant Standard. We are low-key, talking about bidding, replaying the hands and helping one another learn. No pressure…just a fun group! You must, however, have a working knowledge of bridge basics in the current style of Audrey Grant or similar author/teacher as this group is not for someone who has never played before. We keep score properly which helps our bidding skills.
Intermediate Bridge is a social bridge game group for intermediate players. We meet on the 1st Tuesday of the month. When meeting in person, we start play, break for lunch, and resume playing after lunch. Format varies, but we play in tables of 4 and sometimes require a minimum number of players to hold an event. Names will be added to the list in order of RSVP receipt. If tables are full, you will be placed on the list of substitutes for that month. Check with us to make sure your name is on the email list, and feel free to contact us with any questions.
We meet on Mondays between 1:00-4:00 pm. We are always looking for new folks to join, including newcomers to the game. We are more than willing to teach you our new American Canasta! We meet in members’ homes and socialize for a half hour before starting play. We welcome new members to come, observe and socialize if not yet ready for playing.
The Mah Jongg group plays every Monday from 1:00-4:00 pm. We meet at members’ homes to play and socialize. New players are welcome as well as experienced players. We play National rules and will teach new players.
Siamese Mah Jongg
This group is for experienced Mah Jongg players who want to stretch their minds and Mah Jongg playing skills. Siamese Mah Jongg was created in April 2015 by Gladys Grad when two players wanted to play. Each player plays with two hands and winning requires a player to have two winning Maj Jongg hands. The game can be played with two to four players. The game has since been formalized with cards and rules.