The Toronto Lawn Tennis Bridge Club was founded almost 60 years ago by Canada’s most decorated international duplicate bridge player, member of the CBF Hall of Fame, and former Lawn member, Eric Murray. The Toronto Lawn Bridge Club is open to both members of the Lawn and non-members.
Each Tuesday throughout the year bridge begins promptly at 6:30pm in the Philpott Room. We have three sections: duplicate, ACBL-sanctioned “Regular” bridge, which awards Master Points and runs until 9:30pm. The second is our relaxed “Easy Going” (i.e. Kitchen Bridge) duplicate session for advanced beginners and some, less competitive intermediate players. It runs two hours until 8:30pm. Third, we run a Newbie game which is for beginners (or anyone else that doesn’t want to play duplicate) where we deal the cards and just play with no rotation or duplicate scoring. It ends when the last person leaves.
Preceding each Tuesday bridge night at 5:30pm is our extremely popular Bridgelicious Dinner in Bistro 44 where we gather along a long harvest table to chat and make new friends while enjoying a gourmet two course meal, wine, and freshly-baked cookies. Reservation for TLTC members and Guests must be made at firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginner and intermediate lessons run throughout the year.
At the Lawn we like to think that duplicate bridge is “Exercise. For the Mind.”
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The Toronto Lawn Tennis Book Club offers its members of literary enthusiasts to do more than just read books: they discuss, dissect, and eventually completely devour them. It is held monthly (September to May) where featured books are selected.
The unquenchable desire to understand the true heart of a novel and the thorough enjoyment of the discovery process are the only membership requirements.