Those interested in table games can head for the Cambridge Contract Bridge Club, with more than 150 members, which has run bridge tables since 1976 and is based in Fort St. The nearest nationally-affiliated chess club is at Hamilton.
For people who want to tread the boards, the Cambridge Repertory Company regularly performs plays at the Gaslight Theatre, in Alpha St.
Since the Cambridge Brass Band first played in 1877, the town has fostered many forms of music.
The Cambridge & District Pipe Band has been playing since 1947 and the town has a Cambridge Scottish Country Dance Society. Several dance schools are based in Cambridge.
Keen photographers can share their work through the Cambridge Camera Club which meets at the Vintage Car Clubrooms in Maclean St.
Some social clubs provide various fun activities for members. The Cambridge Cosmopolitan Club - or the "Cossie Club", as it's widely known - runs a number of sub clubs for those interested in activities such as friendship, golf, netball, snooker, outdoor and indoor bowls, dance, 8-ball pool and wood turning.
The Cambridge Club in Dick St has a games room with two full-sized snooker tables. Cambridge and District Senior Citizens club provides weekly dance sessions, games of housie and indoor bowls at their hall in Milicich Place (off Commerce St).
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