ABOUT US
OUR PHILOSOPHY   


Whether you take lessons or play in a duplicate game, you will find that all of my activities
are like going to a bridge PARTY -- doing something you enjoy with people you like. I
provide the entertainment, a comfortable atmosphere, and refreshments to ensure that you
have a good time.

Most of my lessons are geared for beginning and intermediate students who want to learn
how to play and enjoy this wonderful game without having to get a Ph.D. in bridge.
However, I do offer advanced-intermediate lessons for those who want to progress into
serious bridge.

At the Bridge School, I balance lessons and games. I stress FUN. The Bridge School is a
place to learn and play, and have a good time while doing it
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OUR DIRECTOR

Aaron Silverstein is a well-known and popular New York area bridge teacher and player.   
He has managed, directed and played in numerous New York bridge clubs for the past 15
years.  Aaron has won numerous tournaments at the national, international, regional and
local level, most recently winning the Long Island regional open pairs this past May.  He is
a National Champion with over 20 years experience teaching bridge both privately and in
classroom settings.  He is a Grand Life Master with over 16,000 master points.  He has
been a certified director since 1987.  Aaron is also on the National Appeals Committee
and the National Laws Commission of the American Contract Bridge League and on the
Board of Directors for the Greater New York Bridge Association.   Aaron is married to
Gennifer Binder, also a bridge player, with whom he has a 3 year old daughter, Avery, a
bridge player in the making.
THE BRIDGE SCHOOL
123 Merrick Avenue
East Meadow, NY  11554
(inside Temple Emanu-el)

info@thebridgeschool.com
516-379-3000
OUR FACILITY

All of my activities are conducted at Temple Emanu-El, 123 Merrick Avenue, East
Meadow.

Temple Emanu-El is an ideal bridge facility. You will find it centrally located, about a
mile from Roosevelt Field, Hofstra and Nassau Coliseum, just one block south of
Eisenhower Park.

The parking lot accommodates 200 cars with unlimited additional parking available
across the street. The game is located in a spacious, very well lit ballroom, quieted by
carpeting and high ceilings, with proper heating and cooling. The ground floor location
is fully handicap accessible.