Cards and Games

Participating in games can keep your mind active and help you maintain social contacts.
There is a 50-cent fee for participation in games for members, 75-cent fee for non-members.

We encourage our members to start new games.

We offers several games on a regular schedule and some are offered periodically.
Some examples are below (see the current ones on the calendar).

Bingo


Join us for Bingo Wednesdays after lunch.

Details on the Bingo Page.

Canasta


Canasta card game is an easy game to learn,  you just have to know how  to count to 7.
We have a great group playing every Friday. We have been having enough players to fill 5 or 6 tables almost every week.   Come join in the fun, we would love to have you join us !!!!

Mah Jongg


Seeking those who might be interested in learning to play an intriguing game. At 12:30 PM on Mondays and Fridays. We play several kinds of Mahjongg. We will happily help you learn whatever Mahjongg game might interest you. At the moment we are a female group but males are welcome. We welcome anyone who comes.

Mexican Train Dominoes


We have Ladies and Gentlemen who come and play dominoes every Tuesday morning at 9:30 until 11:00am

It's a game that you can play even if you're late or have to leave early.

The 50¢ each player pays goes to help run our Senior Center.

We're happy to show you how to play. Come in and join us!

Cribbage

Stop in Monday after breakfast for your weekly Canasta game. 

Who: Usually 12 to 16 players gather to play...you don't need to be a K/SAS member to play.

Fee: Please put your 50¢ donation in the pot - - it helps to keep our center running

There is probably no better card game than cribbage to entertain the senior citizen. For proof of how much fun it is - - Come in and join us!

Party Bridge

Playing Bridge keeps the mind active with the added benefit of spending time with people enjoying the same activity.  Want to give it a try?  We play every Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in room 3.

 

Double Deck Pinochle


If you haven't joined us yet - you are missing out on lots of fun and laughter.  So come on down Thursdays 12:30pm, in room 5. We play 4, 5, or 6 handed Pinochle and we DO PASS cards.  We also discovered we could play 3 handed - it's a lot more cards to hold but it was fun.  

Pool