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Mary Margaret Hamlett and Larry Hays are directing the Intermediate game on Monday night (0 - 499 points).

Peggy Harbers directs the Newcomer game on Monday night (0 - 20 points).

David Birnbaum directs a new player game (0-149) on Tuesday evenings at 7:00.

Mary Margaret Hamlett directs the Intermediate game on Wednesday afternoons.

Tony Greene directs a novice game (0-49) on Thursday evenings at 7:00.

On Monday and Saturday afternoons, there are 0 - 299er games running alongside the regular Open game.

These games are the best way to get your feet wet and find out why this game is so GREAT! If you need a partner or want to learn more about these games:

  1. Monday Afternoon: Call David Birnbaum at 646-5259 or Tony Greene at 975-8703.
  2. Monday Evening (0-499): Call Mary Margaret Hamlett at 364-4514 or Larry Hays at 948-6650
  3. Monday Evening (0-20): Call Peggy Harbers at 790-0140
  4. Tuesday Evening: Call David Birnbaum at 646-5259.
  5. Wednesday Afternoon: Call Mary Margaret Hamlett at 364-4514.
  6. Thursday: Call Tony Greene at 975-8703.
  7. Saturday Afternoon: Call Tommy Boze at 452-9336.

 

The American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) offers a free computer program called Learn to Play Bridge (LTPB). You can download the program onto your computer and take the lessons at your own pace offline. You don't need any prior card playing experience to take these lessons. After you finish all the lessons, you'll be ready for one of the most exciting, challenging hobbies -- playing bridge. ACBL is providing this $60 program to you free to promote bridge, part of our mission.

Karen Walker has written an informative guide titled "Discover the Fun & Challenge of Duplicate Bridge".

If you would like a PDF version click here. If you need a PDF viewer click

There is additional information on Karen's Web site.

 

 
 

If you have additional questions, you might consult the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page on this website.