A ridiculous amount of fun is what Toby Salk promises you will have if you are signed up for one of her events held in the Berkeley, CA area.
Count yourself as one of the lucky ones if you live in the Bay Area and can be a part of Toby’s fabulous Mah Jongg Brunches – brunch is from 11 am to noon and then Mah Jongg play goes until 3 pm. Toby makes it possible for you to enjoy playing Mah Jongg while making new friends at her wonderful monthly brunches.
And, on Sunday, February 7th, Toby is holding a Lunar New Year Costume Party. Brunch is from 11am – 12 noon and then Mah Jongg play from noon until 3 pm. Dim Sum/Chinese food will be served; wear an Asian costume or just wear RED! Click here to register in advance, which is necessary.
For those of you fortunate enough to be in the Bay Area mid-February, this is going to be a great party given by the fabulous Mah Jongg teacher, Toby Salk…LUNAR NEW YEAR COSTUME PARTY!February 15th
Location: 1517 Fifth Street Berkeley, CA 94710
Brunch is from 11:00am-12pm, and then we play from 12:00 until 3:00 pm.
Enjoy playing Mah Jongg & make new friends.
I will share Mah Jongg wisdom to all who have the need/desire.
Dim Sum/Chinese Food will be served.
$40 cash at the door
Let me know if you can bring a card table or Mah Jongg set.
Attire: Asian costume!
Please RSVP by February 13th:
Those of you who read this blog know that from time-to-time I write posts about Toby Salk and her Mah Jongg tournaments. I have never met Toby in person but, through our mutual love of Mah Jongg, we have become virtual friends. Recently a very inspirational article was written about Toby that told so much about her personality and spirit and I thought I would share it with you today. Enjoy!
“Most in our group have dogs. When we only have 3 available to play, the game goes on. We deal a hand to the 4th chair and call that player by the name of the resident dog. We do a blind Charleston (not in the official rules, we know) then return that player’s (Shasha, Chili, Rosie, Pepper, or whoever) tiles to the wall and finish playing the game of “threesies”. All for fun and laughs. This way the game goes on and we still get practice in playing the card.”