We are pleased to announcethat the District 22 FORUM magazineis now online!!Click Here to AccessThe FORUM
GOLD LIFE MASTERS
Nancy S Spelke
RUBY LIFE MASTERS
Etty I Yenni
Carole Bennett Cardinal
Sally H Giloth
Harvey B Campbell
Mary J Paisley
Lois D Sutherland
Ellen T Herman
CONGRATS TO ALL
We LOVE STUDENTS who LOVE BRIDGE!
Elementary, high school and college students play just $1 per game!
When you check in, tell the director you are a student.
Grab a friend and come play with us!
Founded in 1976, the Santa Barbara Bridge Center is a sanctioned bridge club
of the American Contract Bridge League (ACBL).
The Santa Barbara Bridge Center holds regular duplicate games throughout the week and offers bridge lessons for
beginning, intermediate and advancing players.
Click Here For Game Schedule OR Click Here If You Need A Partner
Santa Barbara Bridge Center
2255 Las Positas Road
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
Classes - Classes - Classes
2019 Fall Classes
Intermediate Bridge Workshop Every Friday
An opportunity to ask for advice from a pro while playing real hands.
No partner necessary. $10 per session.
Gail Steffan 805-456-9292 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fall Mentor Program 2019
Wednesdays from 10am to noon
September 4th through October 23
Free and open to all Mentors and Mentees who have ever participated in the SBBC Mentor Program
Fall Mentor Program Finale Game
Sunday October 27th at 1:00pm
If you have any questions, please contact Sally Giloth,
Education Liaison: email@example.com or 805-689-2300.
Please click here
If you need a Partner!
A Blast From The Past!
WELCOME TO I/N CORNER!
This will be a special area for our newer players!
Here are some links to sites you may enjoy!
ACBL - Just Play Bridge
ACBL - It's Your Call
BBO - The Beginner/Intermediate Lounge
Vu-Bridge - Hand of the Week
As a courtesy to your fellow players
Please refrain from wearing
Any perfume or cologne
Thanks so much!
we are not allowed to park in front
of the other businesses in our shopping complex.
Also, if you have a Handicap Placard
but are able to walk,
can you please leave the handicap spaces
for those who are less able.
Thanks so much!