Carlton & Gedling

Canasta

ABOUT THE GROUP
Convenor:Lynne JaremczenkoPhone: 0777 180 1957
Assistant ConvenorSally BaileyPhone: 0778 754 1145
Meeting venue [1]The Willowbrook2:00pm on the 1st Tuesday and 2nd Wednesday of the month
Meeting venue [2]:Richard Herrod bar area2:00pm on the 3rd Friday of the month

The classic game of Canasta is for four players in two partnerships. Variations exist for two and three player games wherein each plays alone, and also for a six player game in two partnerships of three. If partners are chosen they must sit opposite each other. Canasta uses two complete decks of 52 playing cards (French Deck) plus the four Jokers. All the Jokers and twos are wild cards.

Click The Rules of Canasta for a fuller explanation of the rules and scoring.

The venues do not charge anything for using their facilities, so it is appreciated if you can repay their hospitality by purchasing something from the bar during the afternoon.

FUTURE MEETINGS
For an overview of future meetings click View Public Calendar and select Canasta from the drop-down list.

CONTACT THE GROUP CONVENOR

Sally Bailey Lynne Jaremczenko To send an email to Lynne, click Contact the Canasta Group.
Sally BaileyLynne Jaremczenko
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