CLUBS

To contact club presidents not displayed below please call the center at (805) 927-3364 and leave a message. Email requests about club activities can be sent to joslyncenter@joslynrec.org and they will be forwarded to the appropriate club representative promptly.

BRIDGE CLUB:
The Bridge club has four groups. Members may participate in more than one group.
The ability to play bridge is required for all Bridge Club members.
PARTNERS BRIDGE meets every Thursday, 6:30 p.m. 24 hands are played with movement after 4 hands. A partner is required for participation. Individuals may play subject to the availability of a partner.*
REFRESHER BRIDGE meets second and fourth Tuesday, 1:00 p.m.. Individuals may play subject to the availability of a partner.*
DUPLICATE BRIDGE meets second and fourth Wednesdays, 1:00 p.m. To participate one must sign up with duplicate group. Individuals may play subject to the availability of a partner.* * If you don't have a partner, call contact person (below) to see if a partner is available for you to play with, or to have your name put on a substitute li0st.
Fees: Center membership required plus $3.00 per game to go for prizes, and supplies.
Contact: Iggy Fedoroff  805-927-3234

CAMBRIA COMMUNITY CHORALE:
Meets every Tuesday, 9:00 - 11:30 a.m., and periodically Fridays  1:00 - 2:30 p.m. January to May; and resumes August through December.  Mixed voices:  Soprano,  Alto, Tenor, and Bass.  No auditions required.  Classical and musical theater show themes are performed.  Spring Concert and other performances given throughout the year. Concerts benefit the Youth Music Fund.
Fees:  Center membership plus $30.00 per year.
Pianist: Karen Johnson
Director: Ed Hughes
Contact: Barbara MacDonough (805)927-2989 

COUPLES DANCE & SOCIAL CLUB:
Meets second and fourth Wednesdays, 5:30 p.m. for fellowship, potluck dinner, and dancing to live music. Couples interested in the social and recreational enjoyment of good food and ballroom dancing are invited to attend two meetings to be sure the club fulfills their expectations before making an application for membership.
Fees:  Center membership plus $10.00 per year per couple. Members pay $25.00 per couple per meeting for live music, dancing, and the potluck.
Contact Person: Pat Burbank (805)927-1867 

DANCERCIZE:
Have fun and get fit to your favorite dance tunes!
Dance/Aerobics
Mondays: 9:00 am and 10:45 am, Wednesdays: 8:30 am, Fridays: 9:00 am
Strength Training (Weights)
Mondays: 9:45 am, Wednesdays: 9:15 am. Fridays: 9:45 am
Contact Person: Maryann Grau (805)395-0442

FISHING CLUB:
Meets the first and third Tuesdays each month at 2:00 p.m. Members enjoy discount tackle sales prior to the business meeting. Club provides an annual fish fry fund raiser, two low cost members only rockfish charters per year, social events, free use of club kayak, expert mentoring, and many opportunities for fishing with kayakers, small boat owners, and surf fishing enthusiasts.
Fees:  Center membership plus $20.00 per year
Contact person: Mike Verlangieri (805)909-0315 

INNER RHYTHM:
This is a free-style dance with different DJ�s every week. The music can be described as tribal-electronic, world and edgy yoga inspired. Hours are Fridays, 7:30 to 9:30 pm. Yoga classes that are connected to Inner Rhythm are: Joanna�s, 4:00 pm Fridays and Kristina�s at 4:45 pm on Mondays. See us on Facebook: Inner Rhythm, Cambria.
Contact person: Steve White  (805)927-5109 


INVESTMENT CLUB:
Meets first and third Thursday each month, 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. in the Conference Room.  This club was formed to educate and help members in their investment programs and to promote fellowship. Visitors welcome.
Fees:  Center membership.  There are no dues.  Partnership depends on the value of the portfolio at the time.
Contact Person: Mark Berry  (310)418-6068 

LAWN BOWLS CLUB:
Meets on the green each Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday,
9:15 a.m. to noon for team bowling or free instruction. Bowls equipment is available for loan or purchase. Learners pay no fee during the instructional period.
Fees:  Center membership plus $100.00 per year which includes membership in the South West Lawn Bowls Division.  Daily fee is $1.00. Optional membership of the U.S. Lawn Bowls Association is $10.00.
Contact Person: Jackie Hogan  (805)927-0007)
Website: Lawn Bowling Club on Facebook

MAH JONGG:

Mah Jongg, originally a Chinese game, has found a happy home at the Joslyn The American Mah Jongg League is the head organization that provides the playing card that is used by players in the U.S. and is revised every year. The tiles played with are embossed with bams (bamboo), cracks, dots, flowers, winds and jokers. 

If you think that doing crossword puzzles or jig saw puzzles help keep your brain sharp, then come on down to the Joslyn and try Mah Jongg. It is a game of luck combined with strategy (which is so good for your brain.) We welcome experienced players and novices. We will provide lessons for you during game time - it's our pleasure to do so if you are willing to put in the time to learn.  Plus, the socializing with other players and making new friends is well worth learning how to play. 

We invite you to just pull up a chair and observe some games and join in when you are ready. We play from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. every Monday and Thursday and use a "purse" of $5.00 and ask for a $1.00 donation to the center each day. Please contact the office for more information or to talk to one of our members directly.  Contact Person:  Joy Lease (805)975-5103

POKER CLUB:
Meets every Thursday of the month at 6:15 p.m. and third Saturdays at 6:15 p.m. The ability to play poker is necessary.
Poker Club Rules
Fees:  Center membership plus $10.00 per year.
Contact Person: Manya Brett (805)927-5000 

QUILTERS CLUB:
JRC's newest club.
New meetings and events are still being planned. If you love to quilt we would love to have you.
Contact Person: Taylor Hilden, (805)909-9000

ROUGH WRITERS:

We are a group of novelists, poets, short story writers, memoirists, and traveloguers. We are dedicated to supporting each other throughout the creative writing process. Our goal is to tell stories — true stories that might get lost and fictional stories that move us. Although we have many different styles and interests, we are united in our love of language and power of imagination. We meet each week to provide a supportive and collaborative environment for members to share their work.

If you would like to visit, please read "Visitors' Info" on our website, then contact John Lamb to schedule a time. We meet on Mondays from 1:00-4:00 p.m. in the Conference Room at the Joslyn Recreation Center, 950 Main Street.
Fees: Center membership dues, plus $10.00 per quarter for our club.
For more on the Rough Writers please visit our website, www.RoughWriters.org
Contact Person: John Lamb (805)927-4640

SPIRIT, DANCE & DRUM:

Monday 7:30-9:30 p.m. Appointments can be arranged at 6:00 p.m. Call for information
Fees:  Center membership plus $5.00 per session.
Dancing taught by Francesca Bolognini
Contact Person: Francesca Bolognini (805)927-5528 

TABLE TENNIS:
Meets Tuesday at 11:30, Thursday at 9:00 a.m., Friday at 10:30 a.m., and every Sunday, 1:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Two tables available, beginners welcome.
Fees:  Center membership plus $25.00.
Contact Person:  Cindy Gustafson, (805)400-5003 

YOGA WITH MIHO:
Life Balance Yoga + Meditation
Counter everyday life movements that tense the physical body (like standing, lifting, bending, walking, driving, sitting, etc.) with deep, slow yoga stretches to find release in the body. Experience guided meditation during each stretch, to become more attuned and understanding to the nature of your mind and body and how interconnected they are to your daily actions and habits. The intention of this class is to compliment and balance all the activities in your life. Offered every 2nd and 4th Friday of the month @ 4:45pm-6pm with Miho.
 


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