Activities Available to Club Members



Two aerobics classes meet in the Community Building every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The 8 a.m. class is an active, aerobic workout; the 9 a.m. class emphasizes stretch and tone exercises. Classes are structured for the needs of not-so-young bodies. Tammy 

Starkey is the excellent instructor. Reasonable fees.

Arts and Crafts Classes

Informal classes meet at the Community 

Building on Mondays at 10 a.m. Novice to advanced artists are invited to explore the world of art. Bring a bag lunch and spend the day. Small building use fee requested. 


A number of bridge groups meet in private homes throughout the year, daytime or evening, for singles or couples. Emphasis is on the social aspect of the game. 

Hand and Foot

A game related to Canasta, in which each player is dealt two sets of cards - the hand, which is played first, and the foot, which is played when the hand has been used up. There are numerous variations of this game and no standard rules. The most usual version is for four players in partnership. It can also be played by six in two teams of three, or by any number of people playing as individuals. 

Mah Jong

-A number of groups meet in players' homes throughout the year to play this enjoyable Oriental game. New players are always welcome. An annual luncheon and Mah Jong Marathon for all players is held annually. Instruction is available.

Contact Person: Ann Boulden 540-894-0538

Mexican Train

A game played with dominoes. The object of the game is for a player to play all the dominoes from his or her handonto one or more chains, or "trains",emanating from a central hub or "station". The game's most popular name comes from a special optional train that belongs to all players.