Bridge tournament back in Qualicum Beach

First weekend in May at civic centre

The annual Parksville-Qualicum Beach Bridge Tournament returns the first weekend in May.

The weekend tournament starts Friday, May 5 and runs until Sunday, May 7 at the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre (747 Jones St.). On both Friday and Saturday, there will be two sessions, at 12:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. On May 7, there is one session at 9:30 a.m., with the second sessions to be announced.

Entry fees are $8.50 per person, per stratified pairs’ session. Novice players (up to 20) are free at the Friday afternoon session. Non-American Contract Bridge League members will pay an extra $3 per person, per session over the quoted rates.

There has been a Parksville-Qualicum Beach Bridge Tournament each year since the 1960s.

For more information, contact Rod Anderson at or 250-738-0118 or Janet Woolgar at or 250-248-0459.

— Submitted by Janet Woolgar

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