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Mah Jongg: The Next Step (small class size)   

Now that you know the basics of the Mah Jongg game, it is time to become a better player. Learn the more intricate ways of the game, the nuances and what to pay close attention to. And to become a faster player. This game engages your brain fully by constantly having to adjust to what’s going on at the table and to be able to know when to switch to a different hand or when it is best to just play defensively. And as you become more experienced, you can also relax and just enjoy a fun game with your friends, where you can chat and laugh. It is much more than just a game. Mah Jongg friends become friends for life. 

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Mah Jongg: The Next Step (small class size)
Item: GMA2006   Instructor: Ursula Jones
Sessions: 5 STC Sarasota Bldg 3 Rm 3-114
Day of the Week: W  Location: 4748 Beneva Rd Sarasota, FL 34233
Dates: 7/17/2024-8/14/2024  

Time: 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM     

Fee: $119.00 



Mah Jongg: The Next Step (small class size)  Class already in some cases it may be possible to allow a late registration.  Please call the office at 941-361-6590.
Item: GMA2005 Ursula Jones
Day of the Week: W          
Dates: 6/5/2024 - 7/10/2024 

Register early to avoid disappointment, as classes will fill up quickly!

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