Our goal is to have the friendliest game in town!
Join us for the Worldwide Bridge Contest sponsored by the World Bridge Federation on Friday June 1. It’s the event played around the world!
This international competition is scored across the world using the Internet to give an overall winner. The WBF will award prizes based on world matchpointing and the leading two pairs on the overall ranking will be eligible for the Final to be played in Beijing China. Extra Masterpoints will be awarded for this game and the two top district winners by percentage will receive bonus awards. Top ACBL winners are recognized on the ACBL website and in the Bridge Bulletin. Hand records and analyses will be provided.
The cost for this game will be $7 for members and $10 for non-members.
Welcome to the Niagara-on-the-Lake Duplicate Bridge Centre. We offer a friendly, ACBL santioned game every Tuesday and Friday afternoon at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre, Anderson Lane.
We welcome all players regardless of experience.
There is a "chalk talk" every Tuesday beginning at 12:30 pm and the game starts at 1:00 pm. Registration for the game closes at 12:50 pm.
Cost for regular games is $5.00 for members and $7.00 for non-members.
Membership fees are $20.00 yearly and are due in September.
Special games, charity games, and socials have a slightly increased fee. See the calendar for details of upcoming games.
If you are a Club member, you can register and look for partners for specific games in the members only section of this web site. If you are a visitor or have a last minute emergency, please call our Partnership Coordinator, Kit Nash at 905-468-2047 between the hours of 9AM and 9PM. Kit will work hard making phone calls on your behalf. Please have the courtesy to call her back if you find your own partner.
If you wish to contact us about any concerns, or issues, please send us an eMail at
It's great that you have decided to register! Don't forget to register your email address if you want to receive communications from the club.
The ACBL requires clubs that wish to hold charity games to hold one Charity Game to benefit the ACBL Charity, then the club is able to run other games to benefit local charities as it wishes. Charity games offer more Masterpoints than ordinary games and are usually offered at no extra cost to club members. Members were canvassed for suggestions during October and voted to have the proceeds donated to Niagara-on-the-Lake Palliative Care in 2018.
We strive to have a "play nice" atmosphere at our club.
Players are encouraged to respect their partners and opponents at all times, comments on bidding or play can wait until after the game.
If you feel that any player is not acting according to this policy, call the director!!