Join us! The Fawn Lake Community Association (FLCA) offers numerous seasonal groups, clubs and fee-based classes for our residents to enjoy.
Below you’ll find the description and mission statement for each club. Membership in any of the FLCA recognized clubs is open to all Fawn Lake property owners. If you’re interested in getting involved, contact the member listed below to ask for details, or fill out an application here to start a new recognized group.
If you like to knit, quilt, cross stitch, crochet, needlepoint, embroider, smock or do any other handwork, the Needlework Club is for you! Members bring their unfinished projects and join for bi-monthly meetings in the Clubhouse.
The PAWS Club manages the Dog Park, which is a very safe place for pets to run and play. Dogs and owners alike enjoy the mowed insect treated grass, cold water, doggie bags and tennis balls. All dogs in the community are registered and as a community service PAWS help locate missing pets.
Ladies Bible Study
The Ladies Bible Study group meets monthly for a Christian, Bible-based study. New members are always welcome.
Happy Painters Club
Do you enjoy painting or have the desire to learn? The Happy Painters Club is for you. Members meet weekly on individual projects but also offer seasonal themed classes for anyone interested in attending.
Alley Cats/Spin Offs
The Alley Cats, a Ladies’ Bowling League, hits the lanes bi-monthly beginning in early September through early April. The Spin Offs, a Coed Summer League, bowls on Mondays beginning in May through August. All levels of bowlers are welcome to join.
Fawn Lake Mens Bowling League
Join the Bowling League for fun, exercise, friendly competition and camaraderie during the winter months. The league is handicapped and bowlers of all skill levels are welcome to join.
Whether it’s HIIT, Barre, Yoga, Strength Training or Cardio, Fawn Lake offers a variety of scheduled classes throughout the week. Be sure to check out the Calendar of Events and FLCA site for a complete list of options.
Adult Christian Fellowship Club
The Adult Christian Fellowship Club meets in the Community Clubhouse. MCF welcomes men of all denominations and faiths to come together for fellowship, Bible study and prayer each Wednesday and Saturday.
A social club for all ages with or without a boat. The FLYC sponsors several annual neighborhood events with an emphasis on good times and great friends.
Global Affairs Discussion Group
The global Affairs discussion Group is a nonpartisan group that meets to discuss international topics and and materials provided by the Foreign Policy Association.
Homeschooling can be isolating, so why not join other parents on the same journey. If you’re a homeschooler, interested in homeschooling, or have a skill you would like to share with young children consider joining the Homeschooling Club.
Garden and Home Club
The Garden and Home Club meets the second Tuesday of each month in the Pole Barn. They host a variety of classes and gatherings throughout the year and always welcome new members.
If your an avid quilter or jsut starting out the The Fawn Lake Quilters welcomes members to meet in the Boardroom at the Community Clubhouse.
The Fawn Lake Book Club meets in the Community Clubhouse the first Wednesday of each month. If you’re unable to attend you may browse or check out one of the 1800+ paperback and hardback books in the Clubhouse. We stock mostly fiction, biography and nonfiction for residents to enjoy.
Men’s Christian Fellowship (MCF)
The MCF provides an organized forum for Christian men to grow spiritually in their daily walk and to come to know one another better through regular fellowship. MCF welcomes all men of all faiths and denominations to come together with us for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer.
Those interested in attending musical events or joining a musical organization such as the Rappahannock Pops or Fredericksburg Community Concert Band are invited to join MusiConnection.
For The Love Of Music
For the Love of Music is the club that is the contact for anyone in Fawn Lake interested in joining the Spotsylvanians, a chorus that serves Fawn Lake residents. Spend some time singing with the neighbors or work behind the scenes fundraising, advertising, designing stage layouts, program design and content editing and singing with lots of energy at local concerts.
Fawn Lake Ski Club
The Ski Club meets most Saturday mornings at the marina throughout the summer to practice for their annual ski show, right here in Fawn Lake.
Suppers for Seven
Suppers for Seven is a wonderful dining experience among friends. The purpose is fellowship – a chance to get to know more of your Fawn Lake neighbors. Participants are placed in a group of four couples or singles and meet four times, once in each of the participants’ homes. The hosts provide the entrée and the others bring another part of the meal (appetizer, salad, dessert). New residents are especially welcomed, as are singles.
Fawn Lake Sports Fishing Club
The Sport Fishing club meets the third Tuesday of each month in the Clubhouse. Its mission is to promote responsible fishing and sustainment of a healthy fish population. The club is open to all adult residents but offers seasonal events for resident children as well.
If you would like to establish a new group or club, please submit a written request to the Commons Committee via the application here. Please note: new groups must contain a minimum of 10 members, and at least 90 percent of them must be Fawn Lake property owners (although 100 percent is preferred). Why? Because FLCA recognized clubs are designed to enhance community living for Fawn Lake residents. Membership should be a perk of living here. For more information on the benefits of starting an FLCA recognized group, call 540-972-1000.