Cribbage is a card game for two or four players who use a cribbage board to "peg" points that they earn by playing certain combinations of cards. Invented in England in the 17th century and popular on Nantucket whaling ships, many antique cribbage boards are carved from whale bone. Cribbage combines luck and skill, and the basics can be learned in one lesson. During the first night of this class, you will learn the rules of the game and your instructor will demonstrate game play. During the second class, you will review the rules, then break into teams and play a game or two.
Students should bring a cribbage board to class two.
Instructor: Martha Coravos
About Our Instructor:
Martha Coravos was a teacher for many years until she decided to follow a long-time passion and was accepted to law school at age 34. Martha's law career saw her as a courtroom clerk and a prosecutor for a great majority of her career. She was also an adjunct professor at Middlesex Community College and Southern New Hampshire University. After retiring in 2017, Martha put her energy into her interests including music, cribbage, and traditional Greek cooking. She is excited to share these skills with the community!