Tuesdays, January 14–March 10 ∙ 7:00 – 9:00 pm ∙ Classroom AB ∙ $140 Members/$162 Public
Topics: Know Opening Lead Guidelines; Use Signals; Make a Defense Plan; Adapt Defensive Maxims; Prevent Declarer Tricks; Do a Lot with a Little; The Defense Never Rests; Communication: What and When to Tell Your Partner.
Tuesdays · 1:00 – 3:00 pm · Board Room · Members Free/Public $3.50 per session
Intermediate-level bridge players drop in for a weekly game of afternoon bridge. No instructor present.
Fourth Thursday of the month · 6:30 – 9:00 pm · Classroom AB · Members Free/Public $3.50 per session
Beginning to intermediate players may drop in for a monthly evening game of bridge. No instructor present.
Sunday, February 9 ∙ 9:30 am- 3:15 pm ∙ PJCC Preschool Multi-Purpose Room (MPR)
A fundraiser to benefit Adult Programs and Services at the PJCC. Cash prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Intermediate/Advanced players. Lunch is included in admission price.
Sign up by January 29 to get the early bird price of $50; price goes up to $55 on or after January 30. Remember to bring your current Mah Jongg card. Play will be American Style. Pre-registration required. For details, contact Rachel Goldman at 650.378.2764.
Wednesday, January 15—29 ∙ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm ∙ Classroom B ∙ $59 Members/$74 Public
This class for beginners teaches the basics of American-style Mah Jongg. Basics to strategy will be covered. Fee includes current Mah Jongg card. Attendance at first meeting is mandatory for this popular class, and attendance at each class is highly recommended. Space is limited.
Thursdays, 12:45 – 4:00 pm · Classroom AB · Members Free/Public $3.50 per session
For intermediate to advanced-level players. No instructor will be present. Bring your current Mah Jongg card. Pre-registration recommended.
Second & fourth Mondays · 7:00 – 9:00 pm · Classroom C · Members Free/Public $3.50 per session
Bring your current Mah Jongg card and set. Players must arrange to make sure there is one set per table. No instructor will be present. Pre-registration is suggested.