The Louisville Bridge Club, Unit 117, offers
day and night except Saturday evening, when there are occasional
events. For more information call the bridge center, or the director
for the game you prefer.
Future Home for the Louisville Bridge Association
As everyone has doubtlessly heard, our building is being sold and our lease is about to expire. After an exhaustive search, we have found a great new home in Plainview Village Shopping Center. Late last week, President Vangie Smith signed a 10 year lease. Referring to the picture above, our space will be to the left of the Sichuan Gardens Restaurant where you see the green awning. That space was formerly a U.S. Post Office. The space is 6500 square feet, so there will be plenty of room for us to hold our sectional tournaments there. Now we still have the big job of doing the renovation which will include new rest rooms, a kitchen area and much more. There is hope that we will have moved in time to host our Winter Sectional in February. We owe a heartfelt thanks to Vangie Smith, John Van Cleve, Verna Goldberg, Norm Smith and others for their tireless work in finding the right place and negotiating a good deal.
New Membership Directory
The new Louisville Bridge Club Membership Directory is now available. Many thanks to Carolyn Carpenter and everyone who helped put it together and get it published. We note that there are many more emails included than in the previous directory. You can get one from any director for $2.00 .
Fall Bridge Lessons
A new series of bridge lessons began the first week of October. Beginning students can attend classes given by Mauri Malka on Wednesday evenings or those given by Verna Goldberg on Thurday mornings. Intermediate players can attend Monday afternoon classes with Verna. Friday afternoons, Verna is also be teaching her Best Bridge Series lessons that will cover various bidding conventions, including Roman Two Diamonds, Gambling 3 No Trump, Smolen, Support Doubles, Inverted Minors and Modified Capelletti. Those classes also cover the play of the hand for defense and delcarer play. Brian Ross will continue giving small group lessons that give insight into the Mind of the Expert on Tuesday afternoons. More details can be found on the Bridge Lessons link below.
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