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with JoAnn Jackson
Friday afternoons beginning September 6 for 4 weeks, from 1pm to 3pm.
These are for people who took the beginner lessons and for people who have a basic understanding of bridge. JoAnn will set out pre-dealt hands for you to play out, then the hands will be discussed.
If you are interested in these, please email Wendy Smith (email@example.com) to pre-register. Lessons are $10 per person per lesson OR register for set of 4 for $35
Tuesday, Sept 24
Tuesday, Oct 15
Tuesday, Nov 19
Lunch at noon
Bridge at 1pm
Sign up at the club or email firstname.lastname@example.org
$20 per partnership
All player levels welcome.
(Cheat-sheets may be referred to between hands)
Are you wanting to update or refresh your bridge bidding and play? Consider signing up for one of the following 'Stand Alone' Workshops.
A minimum of 4 persons are needed to have the workshop.
Where: Midland Bridge Club
Cost: $ 10 per session Pre-register by emailing email@example.com
Teacher: Anna Janssen
Sat. Sept. 14 – 9:30 a.m. - noon
Michaels Cuebids, Unusual 2 No Trump
Defense if opponents use Michaels Cuebids
Tues. Sept. 24 – 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Partner opens bidding usually with a minor- opponents interfere
Cost: $10 per session. Pre-register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Suitable for people who have a basic knowledge of bridge.
Day/Time: Wednesdays from 1pm to 4pm
Location: The Midland Bridge Club - 427 William St. Midland
Cost: $5.00 per person
Cash prizes. Snacks, coffee & tea included.
No partner required - progressive bridge.
New players needing to practice their bridge skills are welcome.
Friendly, open, forgiving atmostphere.
Wednesday evenings from 7pm to 9:30pm
$2.00 per person
Bring your table of 4 practicers or kitchen bridge players to the club. Coffee, tea and treats provided.
There's will usually be someone wandering into the kitchen to give advice as needed.
Google “benefits of playing bridge” and you’ll be surprised at the number of articles published on how this game keeps the mind active and youthful. In 2000, according to blueberrybridge.com, a professor proved that playing bridge increases the levels of infection fighting T-cells in the blood stream.
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