Play Whist Every Tuesday at Old Timers Cabin
NAPDA hosts a game of whist on Tuesdays at its headquarters, Old Timers Cabin. If you have never heard of it before, according to the Merriam Webster dictionary, whist is
a card game for four players in two partnerships that is played with a pack of 52 cards and that scores one point for each trick in excess of six
Here is what you need to know about the activity:
What Have cold lunch (sandwiches, veggies/dip, crackers/cheese, fresh fruits, home
baking), play whist (20 hands) with cash prizes. Pay $8 cash
When Tuesdays from September 6 to December 6 (1st Tuesday September to 1st
Starts again January 10 to May 30 (2nd Tuesday January to last Tuesday May)
Doors open 10:30 am
Food 11:45 am
Playing whist starts approx. 12:45 pm – finish/gone/pickup by 2:30-2:45 pm
Where Old Timers Cabin, 9430 Scona Road (99 Street), Edmonton, AB
Who All seniors, family and friends
Contact Olive Sydor
Come and enjoy the fellowship, care and food.
See you Tuesdays!
Illustration from English Caricaturists and Graphic Humourists of the Nineteenth Century, by William Rodgers Richardson (writing as Graham Everitt) Drawing by James Gillray Captioned “Twopenny Whist” Published 1796-01-11
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