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One of the many social activities that is enjoyed by VCC residents is bridge. Since the 1930s, bridge has been one of the most popular card games in the world. While only basic knowledge of the game is required to begin playing and enjoying it, be forewarned: bridge is not an easy game to learn and it's even more difficult (most say impossible) to master. But that's precisely why bridge is so popular, and why it's called "the game for a lifetime." Games are played weekly at the clubhouse.


An excellent social card game, is usually played with four people, two on each team, although there are variations from two to nine players. The game was responsible for introducing the joker into the modern deck of cards. It was once regarded as the national card game of the United States. Games are played weekly at the clubhouse during season.

Knits Wits and Craft

VCC has quite a group of talented individuals who love to knit, crochet, quilt, sew, needle point, bead, etc. They meet weekly to show off their craftmanship, share ideas and socialize.


Do you have a “poker face?” Would you like to test your card playing skills? Come join your friends for a game of poker! This popular card game, believed to have originated in Asia, was first played in the United States in the 19th century. A traditional cut throat gambling game at first, it is now also an internationally popular social pastime. VCC offers both ladies' and men's poker nights weekly at the clubhouse.

Duplicate Bridge

Also known as tournament bridge, is a form of contract bridge played in all tournaments, bridge clubs, and often at home. It is so called because each hand is played at least twice, although by different players, under the same conditions, with the same cards in each hand, and the same dealer and vulnerability. Games are offered during season at the clubhouse.

Hand and Foot

A North American card game related to canasta, in which each player is dealt two sets of cards - the hand, which is played first, and the foot, which is played when the hand has been used up. One of the most popular card games at VCC, games are offered twice a week at the clubhouse.


Enjoy a relaxing afternoon of mahjong as you test your skill and strategy building your set of tiles. Developed during the Qing dynasty in China, mahjong has spread throughout the world since the early 20th century. It is commonly played by four players (with some three-player variations) and a set of 144 tiles based on Chinese characters and symbols. Games are played twice a week at the clubhouse.


A variant of canasta, Samba uses 6 decks of cards (including jokers. Each player is dealt 2 sets of cards and must make books of wild cards, 7's, and numbers. In addition, a set of 7 consecutive cards of the same suit must be made. While anywhere from 3-6 players can participate, 2 sets of 2 players works best.