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.
The Louisville Winter Sectional Tournament is February 19-21
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. Update: As of mid-January, all the demolition work has been done and renovation will begin as soon as permits are issued. We hope to be moved in by the first of March.
Winter, 2016 Bridge Lessons
There will be two different sessions for beginning bridge players. Mauri Malka will teach on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00. These classes begin February 3. Verna Goldberg will teach on Thursday mornings from 9:30 to 11:30. They begin January 28. There will be 8 weekly session for each class and the tuition of $75 pays for all eight weeks. Verna Goldberg will teach a class for advanced beginners wanting to upgrade to intermediate bridge. Strategy and basic convetions will be covered. Classes are on Monday afternoons from 4:00 to 6:00 and will begin on February 1. They will go on for eight weeks and the fee is $75. Verna will also teach her Best Bridge Series which covers conventions and play. These classes will be held on Friday afternoons from 3:15 to 5:15. The first class is January 29. They last eight weeks for a $75 fee. Brian Ross will be giving his "Inside the Mind" lessons on Tuesday afternoons from 3:30 to 5:30. In each lesson, Brian plays a set of hands on Bridge Base, the online bridge site. He lets the student in on his thinking through the bidding and play of each hand. These are continuing stand alone lessons that cost $10 per session. Brian travels regularly to play in tournaments, so please confirm that he will be giving his lesson on any given week. His phone number is 812-256-3986.
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