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Bridge enthusiasts improving their game

Men of the Chorale rehearsing for the Spring Concert

Conservation Club clears invasive plants in the

conservation area

Fishing Club members show off a catch of bass from Lake Anna

Regency fans braving the cold weather to cheer on the Nats

Stitchers sharing needlework and a good time

Players reading their parts in the radio play

War of the Worlds

Clubs & Groups

Regency’s clubs are a great way to meet people with shared interests. Interested in gardening? There is a club for plant lovers. Want to meet your new neighbors? Try Dine Around and socialize over dinner. Interested in learning more about diverse topics from our residents’ wealth of experience? Consider the Education Club. If you are interested in starting a new club, our Activities and Communications Director can help with that. Here’s a review of Regency’s more than 30 clubs and groups organized by and for Regency residents.


For full golf members at Regency, the Ladies Golf Association provides a variety of 9- and 18-hole team events for women, and the Regency Men’s Golf Association provides 18-hole events for interested players of all skill levels

Sputters – no golf experience necessary — meets weekly on the putting green followed by lunch

Beyond Golf

Bocce – weekly during spring and fall on the Regency campus
Bowling – weekly at a local bowling alley
Cocoon Aquatic – classes throughout the week at the indoor pool
Riders – bike riders meet up weekly at the Clubhouse and once a month for a longer trail ride
Tennis and Pickleball – groups meet three days a week at the Regency courts
Women’s Tennis – matches held April through September at Regency tennis courts

Books and Learning

Book Groups – several distinct book groups meet throughout Regency, each choosing their own books and meeting in each other’s homes once every four to six weeks
Christian Men’s Club – promotes fellowship and Bible studies
Education – develops and presents educational opportunities, programs, and events open to all members of the community
Investment – club organized with a formal agreement, by-laws, and investment guidelines for members to make investment purchases and other decisions

Community Service

Cooperative Association – nonprofit group that lists quality customer-oriented licensed and insured vendors who offer a variety of home-owner services at competitive prices and discounts
Flag Club – veterans, retired law enforcement officers and fire fighters who organize memorials and gatherings on patriotic holidays
Women’s Club – service club with projects, programs, and fundraisers to support the local community

Creative Arts

Pen & Brush – drawing and painting group sharing creative ideas and projects in the Clubhouse
Stitchers – creators of needlework arts share ideas and projects

Food and Fun

Dine Around – groups of six singles and couples are organized for dinning at local restaurants
Flying Solo – informal social group for single residents with dining and games nights


Bridge – Duplicate – meets twice a month and partners can be arranged
Chess – players at all levels meet weekly at the Clubhouse; instruction is offered for beginners
Couples Bunco – six tables of four meet monthly
Game Makers – card games, scrabble, and board games twice weekly at the Clubhouse
Mah Jongg – league play weekly at member’s homes
Men’s Cards – monthly meetings with a variety of Poker games and rotating dealers
Scrabblers – competitive Scrabble played weekly

Music and Performance

Chorale – singing for fun and performance including Veterans Day and annual holiday concerts
Music Makers – amateur and professional instrumentalists and vocalists who perform a wide variety of musical styles with programs throughout the year
Players – theater group producing a variety of live theatrical productions annually

Outdoors and Nature

Conservation – conducts education and small projects in the Regency conservation areas
Garden – holds monthly programs and luncheons and organizes annual Regency Garden Club house tours
Fishing – informal group that enjoys all types of sports fishing including boat trips on the Chesapeake Bay and seasonal trout fishing


Walk and Talk – meets regularly at the gazebo for a 30 minute walk for residents and their leached pets


Travel Club – hosts programs and develops and presents group travel opportunities for Regency residents