Four hours to learn the American version of the ancient Chinese game of tiles.
Mah Jongg enthusiasts, mark your calendars because on Monday, May 30, Bryant Park Games is hosting a four-hour Mah Jongg Marathon. Whether you’re an old hand, or just want to learn the game, you're invited to participate. Local Mah Jongg maven Linda Fisher will be on hand to teach and give advice on playing the American version (National Mah Jongg League standard) of the ancient Chinese game of tiles.
The Mah Jongg Marathon runs from 3pm-7pm at Bryant Park Games, located at the park’s 40th Street Plaza. this game draws a friendly crowd. Be prepared to mix and mingle. Linda will also lead marathon playing sessions on our other summer holidays, the Fourth of July and Labor Day.
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