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Learn Canasta with Linda Feinstein

So, you want to learn Canasta or improve your game? Great!

Canasta is back in full swing in New York City. Just like Mah Jongg, this game attracts young and old alike, bringing players together, creating a friendly, social atmosphere. Interestingly, many of my Mah Jongg students are now learning Canasta and enjoying it very much. They all say this easy-to-master game offers hours of entertainment, while increasing strategy skills.

I have been playing Canasta since high school and teaching the game for the past twelve years, at my Upper East Side location. I have successfully taught over 1200 players. My Canasta course is three, 2-hr lessons, with five or six students---one table at a time. After completing the course, all players will hold their own in any beginner-level game. Learn Canasta, today. Hope to see you soon. It’s in the cards!


Email: canastateacher212@aol.com
Phone: 917-647-9599


Loved learning canasta. You’re a wonderful teacher! I’ll talk to you soon. Thank you, Linda.


What people are saying about Linda Feinstein and her Canasta lesson

I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed taking canasta lessons from you. You are a gifted teacher, in addition to being a lovely person. Thanks so much.


What people are saying about Linda Feinstein and her Canasta lesson

Just wanted to thank you for the lessons. You are a fabulous teacher and I really enjoyed learning from you.

Warm Regards,

What people are saying about Linda Feinstein and her Canasta lesson

I want to let you know how much I enjoyed learning how to play canasta with you. You are not only a great instructor, but a lovely woman. I look forward to seeing you at the Wednesday canasta club in a few weeks.

Best, Janie

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