Here you bring your enthusiasm for life and an open schedule.
You’ll find room to explore old and new interests with friends who share your enthusiasm for events like the popular arts & crafts fairs, seasonal dances and shows at the Renaissance Theater. In fact, there are more than 100 clubs, classes and organizations available at PebbleCreek.
“PebbleCreek is just a step above other communities. The amenities that they have, the location, the construction of the homes, everything in PebbleCreek is just that little step above.” -Trish S., PebbleCreek Homeowner
Ballroom Dance Club
The group was organized to provide a forum for ballroom social dancing. The club holds nine dances throughout the year, including formal dinner dances and casual dances that usually include dance instruction and demonstrations.
Bocce Ball Association
The association plays three seasons annually from October to mid-May. Bocce is an easy game to learn – anyone can play.
In addition to the wellness and fitness clubs, many fitness classes are also within this 55+ community at the Tuscany Sports & Aquatics Complex.
Fun Line Dancing Club
All residents, beginners, intermediate and advanced, are welcome to come and dance. Have fun exercising while getting the great benefit of improving one’s mind, body and spirit. There is no fee for any of your classes, just bring your smiles.
Hatha Yoga Club
Learn what YOGA can do for your strength, flexibility, and balance and muscle tone.
The club has several weekly hikes for all skill levels. For exercise and outdoor experiences in different parts of Arizona – the White Tanks, Superstition, Camelback, Estrellas, Chiricahuas, and the Grand Canyon – for camaraderie with nature lovers, this club hikes Arizona!
PebbleCreek Golf Associations
Ladies Association, Ladies 9-Hole Association, Men’s Association, Men’s 9-Hole Association. Please contact the Pro Shops for information regarding these groups.
PebbleCreek Line Dancing Club
This group has been teaching Creekers the joys of Line Dancing for 17 years. Line Dancing is popular because you don’t need a partner to participate. Line Dancing is also popular because you don’t need to be physically fit to participate. You just need a sense of humor.
PebbleCreek Senior Softball Association
The group was formed to promote senior slow pitch softball in PebbleCreek for exercise and recreation in an athletic environment designed to sustain a high level of fellowship, sportsmanship and friendly competition.
Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the U.S. The Pickleball Club at PebbleCreek promotes the sport by fostering a friendly community of players to get together for social events, competitive play, and to provide instruction and equipment.
Find out why PickleBall is one of PebbleCreek’s most popular sports.
The group provides an opportunity for members to engage in table tennis doubles play. Games are played at competitive levels for vigorous exercise and maximum enjoyment.
The purpose of the club is to promote harmony and friendship among all resident tennis players and to provide playing opportunities for the enjoyment of all its members. The club endeavors to enhance the quality of tennis life and facilities in PebbleCreek.
This drama organization performs two plays per year. It is a wonderful group to hone your acting skills that teaches its members to deal with consuming and countless backstage activities that are involved in putting on a successful production.
Kokopelli Recorder Club
This group enjoys learning and playing the recorder instrument. Instruction and practice are provided to residents at any level – from those who are unable to read or play a note to those with a wide variety of musical experience who want a pleasurable activity. Members enjoy playing in concert and for community groups such as nursing homes and elementary schools.
The purpose of the group is to foster the development of musical groups. Musicians from the community now have the opportunity to perform music with one another in groups of all sizes. At present, the PebbleCreek Big Band, an 18-piece swing band is their premier group with other groups currently being created.
This is an organization that promotes interest and enjoyment of signing and musical performance. Members are provided with opportunities to sing collectively as a chorus, and the possibility to sing solos or sing in ensembles.
Performing Student Dancers
Offering beginner to advanced tap and jazz classes, there are performance and non-performance classes available. Providing dance, health and fun resources to the residents.
Showtime Productions, Inc.
Whether your talent lies in front of or behind the curtain, ShowTime has a spot for you with no previous experience required. Staging full scale Broadway productions as well as community variety shows, Showtime consistently raises the bar for entertainment at PebbleCreek.
The PebbleCreek Art Club (PCAC) serves to generate and nurture an interest in Art within PebbleCreek. Funds from dues are used to purchase supplies and to bring in special events that would further enhance our knowledge of techniques and skills. The club is open to all PebbleCreek residents.
Ceramic classes, as well as workshops, are offered using various techniques, paints and glazes and they have also added sculpture classes. The club always welcome new members to join in the fun with us. So, stop by the Gecko classroom in the Creative Arts Building any time for a “look see.”
Knimble Kneedles is a group of PebbleCreek residents who get together to knit and crochet. In addition, we really enjoy chatting with each other in a relaxed atmosphere. We either work on our own projects or we work on items for local charities.
Open Beading Group
The Open Beading Group of PebbleCreek meets on Mondays at 1:00 p.m. in the Creative Arts Center. It is open to all interested PebbleCreek residents. Group members create beaded jewelry, clothing and accessories.
PebbleCreek Glass Art Club
The PebbleCreek Glass Art Club was established to provide an opportunity for residents to explore their creative ideas through the outlets of creating glass art projects.
PebbleCreek Quilters help to promote fellowship among quilters and to initiate programs and workshops; to inspire, share knowledge and ideas with fellow quilters while creating and distributing various items to local charities. Each member is free to participate in as many or as little of the groups’ programs as they wish.
PebbleCreek Sewing Club
The PebbleCreek Sewing club provides an avenue for residents to get together and use their interests and skills in sewing to make items for themselves and others.
They use the traditional method of rug hooking which involves using a hook to pull cut strips of woolen fabric through a linen or monks cloth canvas in order to create a design. The linen is stretched on a frame or hoop and strip cutters are used to cut the wool into varying widths. Rugs are the primary projects for this club but mats, pillows, wall hangings, table runners and bags are also many examples of hooked items.
Scrapbooking Creatively Club
If you have boxes of photos and memorabilia that you have meant to do something with, just haven’t gotten around to it….join the Scrapbooking Creatively Club and start making lasting memories. Bring your supplies and time for fun and fellowship in a creative environment.
Club members stitch on personal projects. Emphasis on Hardanger, Cross Stitch and Embroidery,
Join this club in creating handmade greeting cards and gift items that are sure to have the recipient feel extra special. Each week the PebbleCreek Stampers have class sessions to create handmade cards and gift items using rubber stamps, paper and ink.
This club offers between 20 to 25 carving classes during our carving year (October through April of the following year). The classes offered run the gamut of the basics of carving, learning how to woodburn, to birds, kachinos, bark carving, caricatures, spoon carving, animals, Christmas ornaments and more. The instructors are members of the club who donate their time and only charge for the materials for their classes. The level of these classes goes from beginner to intermediate to expert. They try to have a world-class professional carver come once a year to present a class to the club.
Bingo everyone, where all you spend comes back to you in the end. Bingo is a good way to meet new friends and neighbors. Come out and try your luck!
This is a fun and easy game. Rules are explained at each session. Join the group for a friendly evening of Bunco and light conversation with your PC neighbors.
Classics Car Club
The club provides a means for auto enthusiasts who live in PebbleCreek to share ideas and experiences about autos and automotive issues. Each year the Club runs the PebbleCreek Autofest which donates food and money to the Agua Fria Food Bank and other local charities.
The group is run by volunteer residents to support, train, and enhance the use of personal computers and related technology. Weekly classes are held to help a beginner get started and an experienced user to advance their abilities. Special interest groups and hands-on classes are held in the Computer Lab weekly.
The club exists to provide public affairs information and a forum for discussion – as well as social camaraderie. The club is not a PAC and does not underwrite candidates. Their programs are open to the entire community.
The club plays a quick trick taking card games using just 24 cards (9’s to Aces). Jacks of the trump suite color are the highest ranking cards. Rotating partners play eight games; each game consists of eight hands.
Fine Dining Club
Established to promote the appreciation of fine cuisine through various preparations, presentation, and the origin of recipes. Club members celebrate fine cuisine presented in an artful fashion by the talented chefs.
Good Time Gals
Formed so all women living in PebbleCreek could join together for good times, friendship and fun. They have weekly, monthly, quarterly card and game activities as well as dinners, trips and special theme luncheons.
Investment Club – PebbleCreek Women’s Investment Club (PCWIC)
Open to all women, the focus of the club’s monthly meetings is to learn about investing.
Just Folks Association
The group was organized to bring together, in a spirit of fellowship, a group of predominately African American individuals who share similar interests, a desire to collectively participate in social events, support each other, and to conduct their business democratically.
Lifelong Learning at PebbleCreek
This award-winning program won the top award at the National Association of Homebuilders for Best 55+ Lifestyle Program. It provides a variety of stimulating educational opportunities. These include Monday morning and Premier lectures on a wide variety of subjects by noted speakers. Classes which address subjects in more depth, educational trips, and a variety of foreign as well as domestic films are conducted from November through April.
A game of skill coupled with wit and fortune. It originated in China and dates back about two thousand years. This game is played with 152 tiles and a card that identifies the specific hand that can be played.
Model Railroad Club
The club provides a unique opportunity for PebbleCreek residents to express their artistic talents in three dimensions. An HO scale replica is being built and operated indoors as well as a larger scale outdoor garden railroad maintained for the enjoyment of PebbleCreek “little” visitors on holiday occasions.
Consists of retired and active nurses who hold blood pressure clinics, take trips and meet for breakfast to discuss medical topics and socialize.
PebbleCreek Bridge Clubs
Offering many opportunities for beginners and experts to enjoy the game of Bridge, games are scheduled six days a week and lessons are available, as well. There are many casual and marathon groups, plus Non Sanctioned Duplicate and Sanctioned Duplicate sessions.
PebbleCreek Gun Club
The mission of the gun club is to promote the participation of residents in the enjoyment of all forms of recreational shooting.
PebbleCreek Singles Club
This is a diverse group of women and men who enjoy each other’s company by participation in a wide variety of activities.
PebbleCreek Wine Club
The club was formed to promote the enjoyment of wine in a social/neighborly forum, and to enhance members overall knowledge of wine through educational efforts.
The PebbleCreek Poker Club is a group of men and women who get together weekly to enjoy friendship and play cards. The stakes are small and the games are split pots so no one gets hurt in the card games.
This game is played with two team pairs and gives decks of cards. A team must have all of the following Canastas in order to win the hand: a natural canasta 9 (no wild cards); a dirty canasta (up to 3 wild cards); a canasta of sevens (7) (no wild cards) and a Canasta of all wild cards.
PCCC (PebbleCreek Cribbage Club)
This group is for residents that love the game and play it for the fun of it. It is organized with two person play each month with tournament rules and prizes.
Its mission is to attract, educate, organize, equip and mobilize the members by providing an environment for Republicans to be actively involved in the political process and the Republican Party, to provide an opportunity for Republican fellowship and discussion, and, to serve as an education forum for Republican ideals and principles.
Rovin’ Pebbles RV Club
The Club is open to all PebbleCreek RV owners no matter what type, make or size of the RV. Members share tips and take trips together while seeing new places and making friends.
The group gathers weekly to socialize, play bingo and make new friends. Being part of the Kare Bears, these seniors are neighbors sharing a small part of their week giving pleasure to others and are the “Super” Seniors of PebbleCreek.
Breast Cancer Support Group
Consisting of residents who are breast cancer survivors or currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer, the group provides a forum to share feelings, concerns, information and support of each other.
T.T.T. (Time, Talent & Treasure)
This is a national non-profit organization of women who donate their time, talent and treasures to send girls to camp. Through philanthropic fundraising T.T.T. provides educational camping experiences for girls who might not otherwise have the chance.
A non-profit organization, “Neighbors helping Neighbors” in PebbleCreek provides Health & Wellness resources to residents. PebbleCreek Neighbors Helping Neighbors – Kare Bears – Play Video
Pet Companions Club
The club is a non-profit 501 c 3 organization whose mission is to provide a safe environment for the pets of this community and to assist in the rescue of stray animals in the community.
Memorial Day Celebration Pool Party
Mistletoe Ball Dinner Dance
Red-White and Blue Golf Tournament
Veterans Day Parade
*Annual events subject to change without notice.
For a more extensive list of current groups, clubs, and organizations, please visit the HOA website at: www.pebblecreekhoa.org
All clubs, classes and organizations are formed and operated by the individual homeowners and are not endorsed or sponsored by the developer or the Homeowners Association. Homeowners are always welcome to form a new club, class or organization if one is not represented here.