Club Naranja Hosts various activity groups and clubs which meet on a regular basis at the club.
Table of Contents
- Bridge Club (scroll down for details)
- Darts on Mondays at 8 (scroll down)
- Line Dancing on Mondays at 8 (scroll down)
- Quiz Night bi-weekly at 20:30 (scroll down)
- Pilates (scroll down)
1. Bridge Club
A thriving Bridge Club plays 3 times per week on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The meeting starts at 16.00, please be at the club to register by 15.45. Classes are available for those wishing to learn the game, partners can be arranged by contacting the bridge director. Scores can be checked on bridgewebs. Please ask at the bar for further information if needed.
Our most recently formed activity is the Monday Night Darts. We charge and entrance fee of €1 per night to fund prizes for the final competition of the evening which is a blind “killer” competition. We usually start the evening with a team game of 501 straight in and a double to finish. Other games are the team game of “cricket” where a test match between two teams is played for the best of 3 innings. Each team bats and then bowls when the opponents bats. Individual games include “less than” and “more than”. Players of all standards come including complete beginners. If you don’t have darts, no worry, the club has some house sets.
3. Line Dancing
Line dancing has been a regular feature on Monday nights at 20:00. A group of dancing entusiasts practice their skills for hour and a half, classes are given to beginners and new dances are learned. Afterwards the group stay for a relaxing drink.
4. Quiz Night
On alternate Sundays there is a Quiz night at 20:30. 50 questions are asked covering a variety of topics with a half way break at no. 25 for those in need of a refreshment at the bar, which is also open just before the event at 20:15 and then after the event at which time you can satisfy your hunger with freshly made sandwiches. The leading tables are awarded a bottle of house wine to share amongst themselves afterwards.
The question master is usually from the table of the previous winners, with the exception that a table cannot provide the quiz leader twice in a row. Teams can consist of between2 and 5 players.
On Wednesdays at 10.30 am we hold a Pilates class for those wishing to stretch out and releive those aches and pains. For detailed information please look at the notices above the bar or ask if you need even more information.