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Leisure Games

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More than just a fun game, playing cards and Mah Jongg are great ways to exercise and improve your social skills, alleviate stress, and sharpen your mental acuity.

“We cannot change the cards we are dealt, just how we play the hand.” – Rady Pausch

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Offerings

Canasta

A challenging card two partner game resembling rummy, using two packs with an aim to collect sets, or melds, of cards.

If you are interested in learning or playing, please email Esther Mazor at emazor@jccotp.org.

Bridge

Bridge is the ultimate fun game for four people to play with cards and is even considered a sport. It’s a game you can play life-long as the learning process never ends in your goal to master it.

In-person Bridge lessons and games may be on hold but will resume soon. If you have any questions, contact Esther Mazor at emazor@jccotp.org or 201.408.1456.

Mah Jongg for Beginners

Learn the basics and how to play skillfully online in a relaxed, no-pressure atmosphere. You don’t have to leave your home and only 4 people per class. Stacy will make sure you get plenty of individual attention and practice time so you can master the game. Come with a group or we will set you up with one.
Five two-hour sessions. Specific days and times will be determined by the participant’s availability.

Required: Each student needs a computer or iPad and a Mah Jongg card.

Mah Jongg Intermediate

You’ve learned the basics of the game but still need a little fine-tuning. Learn new strategies, build your confidence, and watch your game soar to new heights without leaving your home. Only 4 participants per class. Four two-hour sessions. Specific days and times will be determined by the participant’s availability.

Required: Each student needs a computer or iPad and a Mah Jongg card.

If you are interested in learning or playing any leisure games, please email Esther Mazor at emazor@jccotp.org or call 201.408.1456 to register.

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