Bid Whist Card Party
The Kings & Queens Chapter of the American Bridge Association (ABA) is proud to be sponsoring the first Roswell Roots Bid Whist Card Party. The ABA was founded in 1932 as an outlet for African Americans to play organized bridge at a time when they were not allowed to play in the mainstream bridge league.
Anderson Williams Ph.D., professor at Morehouse College, will give a brief history of the ABA and the importance of various card games in African American culture followed by a bid whist game. There will also be lessons for those interested as well as refreshments and door prizes.
East Roswell Park Recreation Center, 9000 Fouts Road
Tickets: $5, must be purchased in advance due to limited seating
Information & Tickets: 314-520-4775You Wanna Play