Thank you to all who turned out to help with the clean-up. We're sorry you did not get the word in time and greatly appreciate you taking the time to come and get the Bridge Club ready for play. We will continue to update!
**No Bridge Until Monday October 30th**
We aren't happy about it either!
Please Keep checking back for updates!
Please click on the Bridge Class Link on the left side of the home page for more information on upcoming daytime and evening beginning bridge classes. We have changed the start dates due to last weeks flooding! New dates will be announced shortly...
The lucky players winning the drawings for attending the Grand Haven Sectional were: Char Tetzlaff ($25 Applebee's card), Abby Renfroe (free play at the Bridge Club) and Catherine Gay (bottle of wine)! Congrats to all!
Kalamazoo Bridge Club is on Facebook! Check us out HERE!
Harold Karnes - Gold Life Master
Don Jones- Sapphire life Master
Geoff Bull and Allen Schwenk were FIRST in District 12 in the ACBL International Fund Game on July 11th.
Bill Northrop was among the top scorers in the Bridge Bulletin's "It's your Call" competition for the month of August.
The Kalamazoo Bridge Club, the only facility in Southwest Michigan that is dedicated to the game of Bridge, is conveniently located at 648 Maple Hill Drive in Kalamazoo, MI. We are one traffic light east of the Rt. 131 & West Main Street intersection.
We run seven games each week which are sanctioned by the American Contract Bridge League. We have lots of special events, parties and a lot of good fun for all levels of experience and skill. All of our games are scored electronically and our dealing machine allows us to post hand records on our website.
We have a strong Intermediate/Newcomer program designed to help newer players improve their skills and enjoyment of the game.
While players are encouraged to come with partners, feel free to come without a partner as there is always someone to play with.
For more information please call (269) 290 - 3113 or send us an e-mail via our contact form.