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Card Groups

A number of different groups gather regularly at the Senior Center to play card games and are always open to new members joining in the fun. Games are open to mature adults age 50+ on a drop-in basis. No need to sign up, just stop by to join or learn about any of these card groups. 

Masks and social distancing are required.

Senior Center

1605 E. Burnley St., Camarillo



Mondays, 9:30am-1:30pm

A popular card game of the Rummy family of games, believed to be a variant of 500 Rum. Although many variations exist for two, three, five or six players, it is most commonly played by four in two partnerships.

Euchre Cards

Wednesdays, 12-3pm

This is a trick taking game with a trump, played by four players in teams of two. The basic play is similar to Whist.

Hand & Foot

Tuesdays, 1-4pm

This card game is played with partners and the aim of the game is to get rid of the cards in your hand (11 cards) and meld them with your foot hand (11 cards).


Thursdays, 1-4pm

One of the most popular, enduring card games in the world, this “evasion-type” trick-taking card game is for four players. 


Thursdays, 11:30am-2:30pm 

A tile-based game that was developed during the Qing dynasty in China. It is commonly played by four players, with some three-player variations in Western countries. Like Rummy, this tile game involves know-how, strategy, and a little bit of chance.

Mexican Train

Tuesdays, 12-3pm

Mexican Train is a domino based game in which players play all the tile in their hand onto one or more trains emanating from a central hub or “station”.

Nickels 3-13

Tuesdays, 1-4pm

Three thirteen is a variation of the card game Rummy. It is an eleven-round game played with two or more players. This game involves skill, technique, and some luck.


Mondays & Thursdays, 11am-4pm

Pinochle is a trick and meld card game. The current group is welcoming new players to create another foursome table. 

Pinochle Tutoring

Tuesdays, 10am-12pm

Have you always wanted to learn how to play Pinochle, but didn’t know where to learn? We have a volunteer showing new players how the game is played.


If you have any questions, please contact Denise Cleric, Recreation Specialist at 805-482-4881 or