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Resident Clubs & Interest Groups

Nocatee is pleased to announce our newest Resident Clubs and Interest Groups. Please see the list below for initial meeting times, locations, and a brief description of each club.

 

If you have any questions please contact clubs@nocatee.com or (904) 924-6858.

 

 

 

 

Nocatee Bridge Club
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information.
The Bridge Club is being formed to bring together individuals who enjoy playing party/duplicate bridge. Bridge is a challenging mental and memory game consisting of rules and conventions. Previous experience is required. Dates and times of games to be determined at the introductory meeting. In a general sense, sessions may take place at a scheduled time once per week, once every two weeks, twice per month, or once per month. Please e-mail clubs@nocatee.com for more information.

 

 

 

 

 

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40+ Moms
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information
The 40+ Moms Club was formed to bring Nocatee women together. Now that we are in our 40s and 50s, our kids are older and our priorities have shifted. If you have a kind spirit and are interested in getting together with other 40+ moms from Nocatee, then this club is for you. Club activities may include sharing meals, attending local cultural events, social parties, walking/biking/running/walking the community, road trips, cooking/baking together, shopping, home-oriented seasonal arts/crafts, etc. Whether you are part of the work force or a stay-at-home mom, you’re invited to join the club.

 

 

 

 

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Helping Hands of Nocatee
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information
We are a group of residents that wanted to form an organization to help others in St. John’s County. We also wanted a place where our children could volunteer and see the value in helping others. That’s when Helping Hands of Nocatee was born. Helping Hands of Nocatee will be organizing a food drive and toy drive this year and we would love to have residents come out and support and help us. We have many ideas for next year as well and would love to have your input.

 

 

 

 

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Boating and Fishing Club
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information
The Boating and Fishing Club was formed to bring individuals and families who share a passion for or interest in recreational boating and fishing. Nocatee is surrounded by some of the best east coast boating and fishing destinations. Our primary drive is to promote, protect and preserve the integrity of the sport and share our passion for the water with others in the community. The “No Boat, No Experience Required” policy encourages families with an interest in getting on the water to participate and learn and those with experience an opportunity to share.

 

 

 

 

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Nocatee Women’s Book Club
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information
The Nocatee Women’s Book Club meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7:30 pm. We read mostly literary fiction and historical fiction but may read the occasional classic, beach read, or non-fiction book. Members volunteer to serve as discussion leaders each month and will use a predetermined set of generic discussion topics. Members suggest books and vote twice a year to choose 6 books at a time. Membership will be capped at 20 members, and attendance is limited to adult women only. For information about meeting locations and book suggestion submissions, email clubs@nocatee.com, or join the Nocatee Women’s Book Club group on Facebook.

 

 

 

 

Brazilian Jujitsu & Grappling Resident Club
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information
The Jujitsu and Grappling Club is an open-mat practice group dedicated to allowing resident adult grapplers of all skill levels to hone their skills while managing their busy schedules. Rather than being an instructed martial arts class, it’s an informal practice time designed to allow participants to practice their gi and no-gi grappling and groundwork.

 

 

 

 

South Asian Resident Club
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information
The purpose of the South Asian Residents club (SARC) is to build and to foster a community of residents living in Nocatee based on an appreciation of South Asian cultural events and activities. South Asian Resident Club represents Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, Sri Lankans, Nepalis, and other South Asians living in Nocatee. SARC is open to all Nocatee residents interested in getting a taste of South Asian culture. Our club was founded with the purpose of celebrating the diversity of South Asian culture by providing residents in Nocatee with the opportunity to learn about South Asian heritage. SARC is committed to not only providing a means for South Asian Americans to delve into their own background, but to also allow residents of any ethnicity to explore South Asian traditions.

 

 

 

 

Mountain Bike Interest Group
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information
Nocatee Mountain Bike Club will help to preserve, protect, and promote mountain bike access and diverse riding opportunities on Nocatee’s public lands. We will engage in positive public relations and promote the quiet, green and healthy benefits of cycling. NMBc will help Nocatee communities identify, create and promote riding opportunities in their area. Our first meeting will be a fun filled information session regarding information on the Nocatee Mountain Bike Club, Nocatee Trails, Nocatee Preserve, upcoming events, ideas, and a chance for you to get involved!

 

 

 

 

Women’s Bible Study
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information.

Would you like to grow in your understanding of the Bible? Would you like to enrich your spiritual relationship with the Lord? The Women’s Bible Study Group is led by a Nocatee resident and founder of a non-denominational faith based women’s ministry. The Bible study will be held twice a month at a Nocatee community residence. The first Bible study series will focus on “Women of the Bible.” Fellowship will begin at 7:30 p.m. with study of Scripture and prayer from 8:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

 

 

 

 

Coastal Pickleball Interest Group
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information.
Pickleball is a combination of tennis, badminton and ping pong, and it’s one of the fastest growing sports in America. It may be a silly name, but it’s a serious sport. It’s fast paced and easy to learn, great exercise and lots of fun. This is a great family sport that everyone is sure to enjoy. If you are interested in joining, or for more details, please contact clubs@nocatee.com.

 

 

 

 

Yoshin Dojo Classical Ju-jutsu
Monday & Friday 7:00-8:00pm Sundays 9:00-11:00am
“Yoshin Dojo – Classical Jujutsu” is residential club that instruct its members in the traditional Japanese art of self-defense called Ju-jutsu, the gentle or supple art. It is called the gentle art of self-defense because it teaches how to manipulate and control an attack by locking, twisting, bending, or striking the attacker in ways that causes the lease amount of pain and injury to both the defender and attacker. Classes in Hontai Yoshin Ryu (HYR) Jujutsu by Club leader, Jose Herrera, retired New Jersey Police Detective, with many years’ experience in the martial arts. HYR also includes the arts of drawing the Samurai sword, or Iaido, and the art of the wooden stick/staff, or bo-jutsu. Semi-annual seminars will be given by special guest martial arts experts and masters. Males and females ages twelve and above, first time students, those with prior martial arts experience and veterans are especially welcomed.

 

 
Nocatee Tennis Group
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information.
A new interest group is being formed for women’s tennis. If you’re interested, please plan to come to the Nocatee Tennis Courts. Weekly matches will be held at the Nocatee Community Park, or as often as we can get at least 4 women together to play. RSVP to clubs@nocatee.com.

 

 
Nocatee Cycling Group
Regularly Scheduled Rides:
Fridays 10:00 AM- 17 miles
Nocatee Cycling interest group is open to the cyclist community interested in riding through the Nocatee and St Johns County area. This interest group is focused on using social media to help bicycle riders coordinate with riders with the same interest. Whether you are looking for a casual ride, a racing group, early morning rides, or after work rides, Nocatee Cycling will connect you with fellow riders. Please connect with “Nocatee Cycling” on Facebook or Yahoo! Groups to find upcoming rides.

Lunch at Dick’s Wings. Meet at Publix parking lot. Ride on lightly traveled roads with bike lanes and the Nocatee Greenway Trail. This ride is an excellent warm-up for more demanding weekend rides. Last minute changes to ride will be posted on Nocatee Cycling Facebook page.

 

 
Knitting Club
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information.
Come join your neighbors the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month and bring your knitting or crocheting projects. It will be a time for showing off your projects, getting new ideas and great conversation. Contact clubs@nocatee.com for meeting information.

 

 
Nocatee Ballet Club
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information.
The club will offer its members, boys and girls, age 3 to 10 years old, lessons in creative movement and ballet. The lessons will take place at the amenities center aerobics room at days and times to be decided after the introductory meeting. Yearly dues will be collected, per club member, in an amount to be determined after the introductory meeting. The dues will be based on how many members there will be and how much I will need to spend on equipment, music and supplies to conduct lessons properly.

 

 
Adult Touch Football League
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information.
This interest group will meet in the fall only. A group of gentlemen from 35 and up to play in a one hand touch no contact football league (for fun). It is competitive based but more importantly its to get exercise and have fun. If a player doesn’t have a team but wants to play, the club leader will make sure he gets on one. E-mail clubs@nocatee.com for more information.

  

 
The Real HouseMoms of Nocatee
Contact Clubs@Nocatee.com for Meeting Information.
Welcome to The Real Housemoms of Nocatee! This group is for moms who are residents of Nocatee (any development!) to connect over playdates with our young ones. This group is best for children up to age five, but occasional playdates are scheduled with kids aged six-eight in mind.
We have bi-weekly Wednesday playdates set in advance for planning. Several other day events are scheduled every week – and you can add an event at any time! If you are a FT working mom, we hope that you can join us on vacation, holidays, summers or host a weekend playdate. Nannies/grandparents/fathers of children are welcome at our playdates, but we require the active Facebook member in this group be the mom. This group was started in an effort to get moms to meet across the developments in Nocatee.
In this group, we will take turns hosting park, home or local business playdates. All of these playdates will be free of cost! If you, as the host, choose to provide a snack/activity that is of cost during your playdate, you will be responsible only for the costs associated with that playdate. Older siblings are welcome to join the playdates, too, as long as they are not disruptive to “baby” activities. To join our group, don’t miss all of the action on our real club page on Facebook. You can find the group by searching on Facebook for “The Real Housemoms of Nocatee” and then selecting “Join Group”. This Facebook page will be where we keep up-to-date with events, Spotlight Moms, mom nights out & happenings near Nocatee for children-friendly events.We are looking forward to meeting you all soon!

 

 

 
If you are interesting in joining or starting a new club, please email clubs@nocatee.com.