Can the world’s most popular card game change the way we build connections? For those who play bridge at the Mathewson Bridge Center (currently playing virtual club games), the answer is yes!
Bridge isn’t just a card game. Bridge provides a cognitive workout as well as an opportunity for social interaction. It isn’t just seniors who are benefiting from this game, the younger generation is reaping the benefits as well. Just view “The Next Stage Has Begun for the Mathewson Bridge Center” on KRXI Fox 11 with Connie Wray and you’ll see why people like to play bridge!
- ACBL Stay@Home – Play@Home, Apr. 22-25: The ACBL’s original online regionally rated tournament is back with new opportunities for gold and red points.
- NEW ADDITION TO WEBSITE: The Unit 473 Ace of Clubs and Mini-McKinney monthly leader boards have been added to the Games page. The 2020 Ace of Club and Mini-McKinney race winners have also been added to the Walk of Fame page.
- NEW Virtual Club Open Game: WEDNESDAYS, 6:00-8:00
Mathewson Bridge Center became bridge players new home in January 2020 thanks to a generous donation by the Charles M. Mathewson Foundation. The bridge center has been closed for the last year due to COVID-19, but – stay tuned – we hope to reopen soon.
Daily Games & Lessons
During the last year while the Mathewson Bridge Center was closed, we have been offering online coaching sessions, bridge lessons, and daily online games. Visit the Lessons page on this site to see what lessons are currently being offered. We are a resilient group and we love our bridge!
Just as a bridge makes connections between two structures, playing the game of bridge builds connections among people. Contact us at email@example.com and learn more about becoming part of the Reno bridge community.