Havant

Canasta

Contact: Christopher Evans Tel: 07772 534479; to email me click on the Blue Bird below the U3A logo.

Canasta is a card game that can be played by 2,3 or 4 players, either singly or in pairs. It’s competitive, addictive and great fun, even if it’s infuriating at times.

If you’ve not played before we will teach you, introducing you to the strategies and tactics you need to be successful, as well as how to score.

We normally meet on the second Thursday of each month at 2 pm, in the café area of The Spring. Whilst there are no direct costs, we feel it incumbent upon ourselves to buy a drink from the café, so that we continue to be welcome at The Spring.

There is no formal cap on the number of members in the group but in practical terms we are near the limit of how many people The Spring are likely to tolerate.

If you’re interested in joining, either call me , or email me, details above.

Calendar of meetings for 2022

May - Thursday, 12th.

June - Thursday, 9th.

July - Thursday 14th.

August - No meeting.

September - Thursday 8th.

October - Thursday 13th.

November - Thursday - 10th.

December - Thursday 8th.

December 2021

Our final session of the year will be on Thursday, 9th December.

September 2021

Pleased to report that we met again for the first time post Covid on September 9th with 9 members in attendance. Our next session will be on Thursday, 14th October.

More Group Pages
Advanced French Conversation Adventures in Literature Bird Watching Bridge
British History Canasta Creative Writing Critics
Current Affairs Cycling for Fun Day Trips Environment & Technology
Family History Film Studies Gardens Geology and Landscape
German Internet & Computer Help Italian Intermediate Learning by Art
Line Dancing Local History Mah Jong Music Appreciation
Philosophy Photography Play Reading Group Poetry (writing)
Scrabble Singing Sociable Singles Spanish Intermediate/Advanced
Theatre/Opera/Ballet Use Your Bus Pass Wales and the Welsh Walking
Wine Appreciation
More Group Pages
Advanced French Conversation Adventures in Literature
Bird Watching Bridge
British History Canasta
Creative Writing Critics
Current Affairs Cycling for Fun
Day Trips Environment & Technology
Family History Film Studies
Gardens Geology and Landscape
German Internet & Computer Help
Italian Intermediate Learning by Art
Line Dancing Local History
Mah Jong Music Appreciation
Philosophy Photography
Play Reading Group Poetry (writing)
Scrabble Singing
Sociable Singles Spanish Intermediate/Advanced
Theatre/Opera/Ballet Use Your Bus Pass
Wales and the Welsh Walking
Wine Appreciation