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Sunday Youth Open Play at the Cedar Park Library

Cedar Park Library
550 Discovery Boulevard
Cedar Park, TX 78613

Sundays at 1:30 – 3:00 pm.

Youth players in North Austin and Cedar Park have an open play opportunity at the Cedar Park Library. The group focuses on improving skills through contact with better players. Children of all ages and abilities and their accompanying adults are welcome. Sets and boards are provided, but you may bring your own equipment. Please bring clocks and notation sheets if you wish to use them.

Masks are optional. Players are seated with added spacing and hand sanitizer provided and usage encouraged.

There is no fee for participation in the group.

Visit the library website for our current schedule.

For more information, please contact Sergio Longoria, or call the library at (512-401-5600).

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CANCELLED – Saturday Chess at Wheatsville Co-op on South Lamar

Wheatsville Food Co-op
4001 S. Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78704

Currently cancelled due to lack of interest. If you would like for the event to resume, please email the organizer (below).

For all ages.
Masks not required.
Chairs and tables inside and benches and tables outside.
Look for chess players both inside and out!
The Co-op has abundant choices for food and beverages.
Bring your own chess sets.
Come and go freely.

Organizer: Thomas Peebles:

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ON HOLD – Sunday Night Chess at the Austin Chess Club

Unfortunately, the Bridge folks are once again using their facility, and have imposed attendance restrictions on all usage. The Austin Chess Club cannot meet those restrictions, so we are looking for a new temporary (or permanent) home! More information will be posted here and on the Austin Chess Club site.



Bridge Center of Austin
6700 Middle Fiskville Road
next to Taj Palace
Austin, TX 78752

Looking for a place to meet other chess players? Do you enjoy playing longer, rated games against experienced opponents? Do you want to spar with strong chess players of all ages? Join the Austin Chess Club!

For more information about the Austin Chess Club, click here.