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Here's the Deal: Canasta 101

Hosted by Jewish Federation Young Women's Philanthropy


  • Tue, Jan 17 - Thu, Feb 9
  • 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM EST
  • Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

Details

Thank you for your interest in Women's Philanthropy's Canasta Program. The program is sold out at this time and our waitlist is closed. Please continue to check our events page for future programs.


Join Federation's Young Women's Philanthropy for this fun-filled, four-part series and learn this classic card game from one of our community's very own canasta queens! Bring along a friend or we'll have a partner for you, meet other women of all ages, enjoy refreshments (coffee by day and cabernet by night) and carry on the tradition of one of Jewish Detroit's favorite pastimes.


All ages and skill levels are welcome!

If you are an experienced player and would like to join us and help others learn, don't register below! Instead, contact Amy Neistein directly at aneistein@jfmd.org 248-205-2543.


$36 per person includes four sessions, snacks and beverages.

Please register in advance by January 5, 2023. Space is limited.

We encourage you to attend every session, but we understand life happens! Please select day OR evening options below.


Daytime Series: Thursdays, 9:30 - 11:30 AM

January 19, January 26, February 2 and February 9


Evening Series: Tuesdays, 6:30 - 8:30 PM

January 17, January 24, January 31 and February 7


Thank you for your interest in Canasta 101! The evening series registration is now full. Please email Amy Neistein at aneistein@jfmd.org to join the waitlist.


Thank you to our Leadership:

Alana Mitz and Melissa Wolf, Event Co-Chairs

Stacey Goodman, Michele Rosenblum, Andrea Belen and Becca Schostak, YWP Chairs

Jayme Kirschner, WP Vice President

Sherrie Singer, WP President

Location

  • Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit
    6735 Telegraph Rd
    Bloomfield Hills, MI, 48301, United States of America
Organized By

Point of Contact

Amy Neistein