Our Edmonton Bridge Centre Remains OPEN For Face-To-Face Play.
ALL people entering the club need to be FULLY VACCINATED.



Our club remains OPEN for FULLY VACCINATED players. Please bring

your proof and we will add you to a list of approved entrants

so you will not have to show it each time.

Starting June 20, 2022 the requirement to wear masks inside has been removed.

Masks are optional and welcome but are NOT required.

Thank you for your co-operation.



For current letter to members click: <September 2023 Letter>


For previous letters to members see links below on this page



September Highlights


Championship Bridge week Sept 18 - 22





Lessons start week of Sept 25

Lesson Schedule <HERE>


Regular Schedule of games continues

Monday thru Thursday Afternoons at 12:30pm

Friday Afternoons at 12 Noon (starting July 7) and

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday Evenings at 7:00pm

All games are live in the club


FRIDAY afternoon games start at 12 NOON



Beginner Bridge Wed and Sat afternoons


Rubber Bridge available every Saturday Aft.

More info on rubber bridge <click here>



"The Barton System" Book

Publisher's Link <here>

$25 Copies available at the Club

Proceeds support EBC



Check out our calendar for hand records and special events


Calendar Link:  SEPTEMBER 2023



For previous letters to members click:


<August 2023 Letter><August 20, 2023 Letter>

<July 2023 Letter> <July 15 2023 Letter>

<June 2023 Letter> <April 2023 Letter>

<March 2023 Letter>  <Link to Members Survey March 2023>

<February 2023 Letter>  <January 2023 Letter>

<December 2022 Letter>  <November 2022 Letter>

<October 2022 Letter>  <September 2022 Letter>

<August Letter>  <June Letter>  <May Letter>

<March/April Letter>  <February 2022 Letter>

<January 2022 Letter>  <December 2021 Letter>

<November 2021 Letter>  <September 2021 Letter>

<August 2021 Letter>  <July 2021 Letter>  <June 2021 Letter>

<March 2021 Letter>  <February 2021 Letter>

<January 2021 Letter>  <Dec/Nov/Sept Letters>




The Bob Crosby Memorial Library

Robert (Bob) Crosby, who died in 2012, was one of Edmonton's most accomplished bridge players, as well as being a prolific coach and writer. Bob's insight, thoughtfulness, and clarity of expression are apparent here, in the almost 2,000 articles that he wrote during the last several years of his life.