Seabrook Island Special Interest Groups – Game Groups

One of the things that makes Seabrook Island so special is the breadth of interests and talents shared by its residents. Fortunately, we have a wide variety of avenues to nurture those interests and talents. Depending on what is important to you and how you like to spend your time, you might want to check out these available game groups.

Mah Jongg Mavens
Our group plays American Mah Jongg using the league cards. We meet every Tuesday from 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm at The Lake House. Ability levels vary and everyone is kind and helpful. There is no need to sign up, just show up, and groups are formed accordingly. There is a similar group that plays on Thursday, same time, same set-up. Masks are required. 

Contact: Elaine Davis  ebdavis@comcast.net or 843-768-2643

Seabrook-Kiawah Duplicate Bridge Club
The Seabrook-Kiawah Duplicate Bridge Club is a sanctioned American Contract Bridge League club where players can have fun improving their game in a friendly environment with an opportunity to earn “masters points” in the process. The club welcomes players of all skill levels and does not require an ACBL membership to play. There is an afternoon game on Monday and a morning game on Friday of each week and various special events are offered throughout the year.  

Contact: Paul Corkish at seabrook.kiawah.bridge@gmail.com or  (404) 432-6742.  If you are a member of the ACBL you can view the club profile at my.acbl.org/clubs/profile/201400.

Social Bridge Club
The Social Bridge group meets every Monday morning from 9:00 am to noon. You do not need a partner. 

Contact: Ilse Calcagno at 843-768-0317

Social Chicago Bridge
Social Chicago Bridge meets Wednesdays at 1:30 pm at The Lake House. You do not need a partner, however you must reserve a spot in advance.  

Contact: Kathryn Ryan at 843-743-6182

Bunco
We meet on the first and third Thursday of each month from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in Osprey 1 at The Lake House. 

For more information, please contact Mariann at 808.333.6768.

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