Occasional meetings for those with Apple devices and computers to learn more about creative ways to Maria@AppleMentor.com
Whether you read several books a month or like to leisurely read one special book each month, membership in one of our monthly book clubs can be a great experience for you. CCNNA currently has more than ten book clubs and each club sets its own meeting date and selects its books. Your participation will give you the opportunity to read new books that will expand your horizons and allow you to make new friends. Book clubs are enjoyable and purposeful! Contact Dale Rudolph email@example.com
if you want to join the exciting world of CCNNA book clubs.
Bridge on Tuesdays
: Bridge Club:Weekly In-Person Social Bridge Game for intermediate players at Maria’s home. Contact Maria Arapakis, Maria@AppleMentor.com.
Whether you are new to the game or a seasoned player, all levels are welcome! It is easy to learn and makes for a wonderful social activity. Canasta, similar to bridge, is a partnership game, but unlike bridge, it is much easier to learn and less competitive. In fact, those who fail to pick up the nuances of bridge and it’s endless memorization, will find renewed confidence in the easier, but still challenging game of canasta. Contact Penny Steinberg at firstname.lastname@example.org
to sign up.
: This club is for instrumentalists: strings, piano, etc. who enjoy playing chamber music. The selections can be tailored to the instruments available. Any level is welcome. For more information contact Ann Connell email@example.com.
CCN Single Women
: This group has been meeting online via zoom over the past few months during the pandemic. The plan is to stop these online meetings in the extremely near future. We are not ready to plan in person activities yet. However, we do have a planning committee. This committee will communicate over the next few months. When we feel it is feasible to plan in person activities, we will notify the group and there will be an opportunity to sign up if you are interested. Depending on the activity there may need to a limit to the number of people attending. It will be on a “first come first served basis”. Contact Deborah Evans at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are several CCNNA cinema clubs which meet monthly in a host's home. The host selects one or two movies for the members to watch before coming to the meeting. Because each club has chosen to keep their group small to facilitate discussion and due to limited home seating space, all current clubs are full. A waiting list will be kept; when there are enough names on the list, a new club can be formed. Contact Terri Cohen at email@example.com.
Join our neighbors in exploring Denver’s unique attractions through CCNNA’s authentic guided tours highlighting cultural offerings, historical sights, behind the scenes tours, and even some walking tours. Our planning committee organizes monthly tours that offer small groups the opportunity to learn more about Denver’s hidden treasures each month. Some tours have a fee for the guides or facilities. Contact Linda Barker, firstname.lastname@example.org
, to sign up or suggest tours for this group.
Golf Group (men & women): Golf – 18-Holes -- Monday Mornings – mid-May thru September
We schedule tee times for up to twenty players and play friendly rounds at various golf courses in the metro area. The courses scheduled this year include: Lone Tree, Fox Hollow, Riverdale Dunes, Homestead, Murphy Creek, Bear Dance and The Ridge at Castle Pines. Restrictions permitting, we enjoy lunch after the round. Contact David Stern, email@example.com
or Dick at firstname.lastname@example.org
CCNNA holds Lectures by members of the neighborhood and interesting personalities from outside the neighborhood several times during the year. Past lectures have included ones on Healthy Living, Oriental Rugs and The Wild Animal Sanctuary. If you have a topic that you feel would be of interest to our community, contact Dick Cohen at email@example.com
The CCNNA Newcomers Group was formed to welcome new residents of Cherry Creek into our vibrant and social community. Offering fun ways to connect and make new friends, the group typically hosts 2 to 3 happy hour events per year in the neighborhood. Long-time residents are welcome and encouraged to join in the fun! To sign up for event notifications contact Judi and Shazad Rana at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are looking for a place to learn more about your camera and how to compose interesting photographs, Photography Club is for you. If you would like to meet some of your neighbors in the neighborhood who also are interested in photography, then Photography Club is for you. Monthly meetings, regular field shoots, photo shows, post production of your images, and guest speakers best describe our club. It is a wonderful mix of social interaction and photo education that has become our water mark. Contact Ron Brady at email@example.com
Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports. It combines elements of badminton, table tennis, and tennis. Two or four players use solid paddles made of wood or composite materials to hit a perforated polymer ball, with 26-40 round holes, over a net. Contact Michelle Brezinski at firstname.lastname@example.org
This new club group (the members of which must be paid CCNNA Supporting Members) will meet once a month to play small stakes poker, including Texas Hold’em, with a small buy-in to be decided by the club. Contact Ramsey Myatt at email@example.com
This group meets twice a month for those interested in playing or learning the Scrabble board game, with some refreshments and socializing. Players are beginner through advanced level. For more information contact Ann Connell at firstname.lastname@example.org
: A wonderful fun way to make and deepen neighborhood friendships. Held at various private homes several times a year, everyone brings an appetizer and beverage to share. Contact Maria Arapakis, Maria@AppleMentor.com.
Our walking group meets every Tuesday at 9am. We meet at the fountain on 3rd and Milwaukee. Our walk is up to 7th Avenue around Cheeseman park and back, lasting about one hour. Contact Marianne at Marianneorkin@comcast.net
Cherry Creek Theatre Volunteers:
Cherry Creek Theatre started 10 years ago as a Non-Profit with the goal of bringing high quality Theatre to the Cherry Creek Neighborhood. The Theatre started at Shaver-Ramsey Rug Gallery and now has performances at the small theater at the Jewish Community Center. For many years volunteers have helped with check in, ushering, and serving snacks and drinks for the performances. If you are interested in joining the CCT Volunteer Team, please contact Susie Snodgrass at email@example.com