Adult Water Exercise Group

This is a moderate workout geared towards seniors. The Adult Water Exercise Group convenes in the pool at the Bayshore Clubhouse.

Book Club

This group meets in the Café to discuss their current book choice. New members and title suggestions are welcome.

Bridge Group

Bridge is a partnership game requiring four players. Each player sits opposite his partner at a card table. Bridge is played with a standard deck of 52 playing cards. The Bridge Group plays in the Meeting Room.

Bunco Group

Players attempt to roll specific numbers on the dice depending on the round. The Bunco Group meets in the Café.

Canasta Group

Canasta (which means “basket”) is a unique South American card game of melds and strategy, and a member of the Rummy card family. Beginners are welcome. The Canasta Group plays in the Meeting Room.

Cribbage Group

Cribbage is a card game for two players that can be played by three or four, in which the object is to form various combinations that count for points: the score is traditionally kept by moving pegs on a small board. The Cribbage Group plays in the Meeting Room.

Hand and Foot Group

Hand and Foot is a flavor of Canasta. It is called “Hand and Foot” because 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. The Hand & Foot Group plays in the Meeting Room.

Knit One, Crochet Two Group

The Knit One, Crochet Two Group gathers in the meeting room to work on their individual projects and provide assistance and encouragement to each other.

Mah-Jongg Group

A game of Chinese origin usually played by 4 persons, with 144 domino like pieces or tiles marked in suits, counters and dice, the object being to build a winning combination of pieces.

Men’s Badminton Group

The aim of badminton is to hit the shuttle with your racket so that it passes over the net and lands inside your opponent’s half of the court. Whenever you do this, you have won a rally; win enough rallies, and you win the match. The Men’s Badminton Group plays in the gym.

Mexican Train Dominoes Group

Mexican Train is a game played with numbered dominoes. The objective of the game is for a player to play all the dominoes from his or her hand onto one or more chains, or “trains”, emanating from a central hub or “station”. Beginners are welcome. This group plays in the Meeting Room.

Origami Group

Origami is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. It is a great chance to learn origami from Emiko. The Origami Group gets together in the Meeting Room.

Paint In Group

The Paint In Group meets in the Café to work on individual art projects.

Pickle Ball Group

Pickleball is a paddle sport that combines elements of badminton, tennis, and table tennis. Two or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, similar to a Wiffle Ball, over a net. The Pickleball Group plays at Damon Park if the weather is nice. If it is raining, they play in the gym at Bayshore Clubhouse.

Pinochle Group

Pinochle is a card game played with a unique deck of only 48 cards, which contains two of each suit of the Nines, Tens, Jacks, Queens, Kings, and Aces, there are no 2 through 8 rank cards. There are two Pinochle Groups, one plays in the Café. The second group plays in the Meeting Room.

Senior Video Aerobics Group

This is a low impact aerobic exercise done to popular video tapes designed with seniors in mind. The Senior Video Aerobics Group gathers in the Meeting Room.

Slow Jam Group

This is an informal group of musicians who meet to jam and sing. The Slow Jam Group gathers in the Meeting Room.

Tai Chi Group

This is an Eastern traditional exercise that consists of breathing, meditation and relaxation training. The Tai Chi Group meets in the gym.

Women’s Bible Study Group

A Bible Study Class for women convenes in the Meeting Room. All denominations welcome.

Yoga Group

This is a gentle yoga class using a DVD player. The Yoga Group uses the Meeting Room.