Play Bridge at the Squadron
What a beautiful place to play Bridge! There is great enthusiasm for playing cards at the Squadron, among both Gentlemen and Lady Members and their invited guests.
We are gradually returning to playing at the Clubhouse after the recent months of online play. Under normal circumstances we offer the following opportunities:
Monday afternoon is casual Mixed Bridge for everyone, so bring a partner and join in the fun. We meet in the Carabella Room and play from 1 – 4pm. We offer Supervised Bridge on the first and third Monday of the month, to help hone your skills at the table.
Evening Bridge and Dinner is held on the second Wednesday of the month and is well supported but we are always happy to welcome new faces.
Thursday is our main Bridge session, commencing 10.30am.
Inter Club Bridge is played throughout the year and we enjoy participating in the various competitions. Win or lose, the teams enjoy the opportunity to visit other clubs and reciprocate at our own beautiful Squadron.
If you would like to join any of these playing opportunities, please contact Reception.
Stepping Stone House Bridge Day
Tuesday, 23 March 2021
SSH has been helping young people to rebuild their lives for over 30 years, and RSYS has been the Principal Sponsor since 2000.
RSYS hosts a friendly Bridge day in support of this worthy youth charity. Please join us – just a few hours of your time can make a lifetime’s difference to disadvantaged young Australians.
Members are encouraged to bring friends for an enjoyable day of Bridge.
Date: Tuesday 23 March
Venue: RSYS Carabella Room
Cost: $75 per player ($50 tax deductible)
includes Bridge, morning tea, refreshments and lunch.
Please bring your own cards and scorers.
9.30am Welcome, Neutral Bay Verandah for morning tea and coffee
10.00am Play commences in the Carabella Room
12.30pm Lunch with a glass of wine
3.00pm Play ends
A Word from our Regatta Chairman, RSYS Member Max Connery
I am thrilled that this is our 21st Regatta and our 31st year of providing “family” accommodation for young people. Each year the Regatta and Bridge Day raise a substantial sum which is vital to help us care for these homeless young people who come to us through no fault of their own. I ask you to be involved again as these events are very important for the ongoing success of Stepping Stone.
Further information at www.steppingstonehouse.com.au