Looking for fun? Join the club.

There is no shortage of resident-run activity groups and social clubs at Covenant Woods. You’ll find dozens of often creatively named groups to join: the Billiards Bunch (pool sharks), the Creeky Crooners (chorus), the Pencil Pushers (adult coloring), and the Knit Wits (knitting) or Sew-N-Sews (sewing). Or start your own club (and give it a fun name).

And if you enjoy a good party, you’ll have plenty to choose from – residents throw them all the time.

Acrylic/Oil Painting Open Studio
Enjoy painting weekly with other artists. Painters provide own supplies.

BINGO
This gathering is open to all and is played on the last Saturday of the month at 7:00 PM in the Multi-Purpose Room (The Manor). Residents serve as callers and there are donated prizes for winners.

Book Discussion Group
Share your interest in literature and participate in a facilitated book discussion. Books are available on loan from the Pamunkey Regional Library.

Bridge
Social and party bridge groups meet at various times and locations on campus. Contact Anne to get on the sub list or for names to form a new table.

Canasta
Come to learn and play Canasta.

Choral Group
Make a joyful noise with the resident choral group. September – May.

The Cloud Crowd
Join in conversations about personal computer use, technology, current events and issues, and using your technology devices for greater enjoyment.

The Computer Cadre
Assists other residents with computer and printer problems. Able to share your technical experience with others, one-on-one, to resolve issues with Windows or Mac computers, printers, tablets, network connections, TV and phones; please join the Cadre. You do not need to be a computer expert to volunteer with the Cadre’. As a group we only meet as needed.

Creaky Crooners (Men’s Glee Club)
All men who like to sing are invited to join the group every Saturday in The Commons at 11:00 AM. We will be singing the familiar songs from the 1940’s and earlier.

Duplicate Bridge
Instruction and friendly partners await you.

Friday Night Movie
Enjoy popcorn and a feature film on Fridays. Movie listings are located in the back inside cover of Con-nections.

Game Night
Bring a friend and your own game or play one of ours. Light Refreshments served.

Golf Interest Group
Join others to play local courses on Wednesdays or go to the driving range. Participants provide their own transportation and pay own greens fees.

Great Decisions (World Affairs Discussion Group)
America’s largest discussion program on foreign affairs. Curriculum Fee.

Hand & Foot
Come play this canasta style card game with your neighbors.

History Study Group
Share your interest in history with other residents. Guest speakers will facilitate discussions on historical topics, military history and more.

Holey Soles (Walking Group)
Tie on your walking shoes and join in on destination walking treks. Transportation is on your own.

Knit Wits (Knitting & Hand-craft Group)
Bring your knitting and hand-craft projects and join in great conversation.

Mahjong
Join others to play western rules Chinese tile game.

Men’s Pool Social
Fridays at 1:30 PM in the 2nd Floor Billiard Room. No sign up required (The Manor).

Men’s Second Half Group (Christian Mens’ Fellowship)

Nintendo Wii Bowling

Pencil Pushers (Adult Coloring)
Coloring is not just for kids. Enjoy an afternoon of creativity and conversation. Supplies are provided until you acquire your own.

Pickleball
No experience needed for this paddle and ball fitness activity. All skill levels are invited to play at Shady Grove UMC. Participants provide their own transportation and equipment.

Ramblings Through the Woods (Writing Group)
This writing group meets quarterly to compile residents’ written reflections and stories. Share your stories with us!

“Seek & Find” (Women’s Bible Study)
All women are welcome to participate in this Christian Women’s Bible study group as we explore our faith through facilitated discussions. Curriculum fees apply and vary depending on the study. Group meets September – May.

Sew & Sews (Quilting Group)
Many hands make light work. This group gathers to make quilts for area hospitals and outreach ministries. On the first Friday of every month this group offers help with clothing mending.

Watercolor Open Studio
Artists of all skill levels are welcome.

“If you can’t find some way to keep yourself busy here, you’ve got a problem.”
Robert S., resident