Activities, Events, Clubs & Committees
There are numerous annual events throughout the year at Spring Creek including community garage sales, pool opening celebrations and a variety of educational and holiday celebrations.
Activities, Events, Clubs & Committees:
Spring Creek Community Club (SCCC)
The Community Club's mission is to make Spring Creek a better place to live and enjoy. Some of the activities include meetings to update and plan volunteer events, social gatherings, educational sessions, community enhancements including flag placement for holidays and Christmas decorations. Community service includes mail post painting, park maintenance and small planting projects, and outreach to Louisa County through the Louisa County Resource Council. Meetings are the first Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm in the Community Room at the Sports Clubhouse. All residents are welcome to attend.
The Art Guild is a group of artists working in oil, watercolor, stained glass, and other various media. They meet monthly on the first Thursday of each month in the library at the Sports Club at 1pm. Meetings include education, demonstrations and field trips.
For many children, school meals may be the only meals they eat. What happens when the go home over the weekend? Backpack drives help children get the nutritious and easy-to-prepare food they need to get enough to eat on the weekends.
Currently, there are a few different book clubs in Spring Creek. Reach out to join a waiting list or start a new group.
There are several Bunco groups. Reach out to start your own Bunco group or join a waiting list!
Come play Canasta on the third Wednesday of each month in the Sports Club Community Room from 6:30-9pm. All levels of play from beginner to experienced are welcome.
Contact email@example.com for more information.
One way Spring Creek residents donate to the Louisa County Resource Council (LCRC) is by recycling. Cardboard is recycled at the cardboard shed, which is to the right of the Sports Club. The recycled cardboard is picked up by the LCRC; and after they sell it, they use the money to provide clothing, food and other forms of assistance to the needy residents of Louisa County, louisaresource.org.
Between July 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021, recycled cardboard generated $2,845.80 to LCRC. Those funds were used for operating expenses required for the LCRC hunger relief work. Recycled cardboard prices are steadily climbing and, thanks to the great work by the Spring Creek community, a greater impact is anticipated in the future. The cardboard shed is maintained by a number of community volunteers.
Citizen's Law Enforcement Academy
Taught by Louisa County Sheriff's Office, the Citizen's Law Enforcement Academy is a program designed to give individuals, who are not sworn law enforcement officers, an overview of the Louisa County Sheriff's Office (LCSO). Graduates of the course will have a better understanding of the operation of the LCSO, and a greater awareness and appreciation of the challenges faced by LCSO deputies each day.
Instructor Sherryl Taylor offers classes in Gentle Strength, Cardio & Core, Whole Body Weighted Bar Strength, Cardio Lite, Mat Pilates, Stretching and Zumba. Please find a calendar and descriptions of each offering at sdtaylor222.wixsite.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact Sherryl Taylor
Spring Creek residents host two community wide yard sales annually: the first Saturday in May and October.
Contact Bob Babyok
The Kitchen Committee manages matters pertaining to the Sports Clubhouse kitchen which is between the Community Room and the Small Meeting/Game Room. The committee recently installed new cabinets, granite counters, an ice machine, warming oven, microwave and refrigerator and is still working on a few finishing touches.
Lending Library Committee
The Lending Library volunteers sort and place the donated books and DVDs on the shelves.
Mah Jongg meets every Thursday at 1:00pm at the Sports Club. All levels of play are welcome.
Contact Sandra Fey
Neighbors watching out for neighbors to make a safer community is what this group is all about. All residents are members of the Spring Creek Neighborhood Watch Program and are encouraged to participate. For emergencies, please call 911. For suspicious individuals in the neighborhood, contact Security at 540-832-0832.
Thank you to all of the volunteers on the Neighborhood Watch and IT/Access Control committees. To read about our plans for the future and additional information, click here.
Spring Creek has a monthly digital newsletter called Spring Creek Current which keeps the news "flowing and up to date." It is emailed to subscribers on the first of each month. The newsletter provides news, announcements and a calendar of events. Subscribe today!
Pickleball clinics and games for beginners to advanced participants are held Saturday mornings and weekdays. Start time varies with season...hot summer is typically 8-10am.
Table tennis, also known as ping-pong and whiff-whaff, is a sport in which two or four players hit a lightweight ball back and forth across a table using small rackets. Send an email to the contact below if you have an interest in Ping Pong.
Those wishing to get out and get some exercise with other active walkers and runners in the community may be interested. If you are looking for a group/training partner, the contact below will keep a running (pun intended) list to help people connect with other interested parties.
Contact Jenny Foster, email@example.com, Sports Committee
Spring Creek adopts Louisa County families though the Louisa County Santa Council program. With donations from Spring Creek community members, the Santa Council provides a Christmas dinner and grocery gift cards to help with meals during the school break, as well as clothes, toys and books for each child, and small gifts and household items needed for adults.
The Spring Creek Screamin’ 5K is a run/walk through the gently rolling hills of our beautiful neighborhood. The Screamin' 5K gives away lots of prizes and everyone has lots of fun. All proceeds benefit the Zion Crossroads Volunteer Fire Department.
Sports and Fitness Committee
The Sports and Fitness Committee manages matters pertaining to the Sports Clubhouse, fitness center, pool, walking trails, and the playground.
All-level game play is enjoyed weekdays and weekends. Contact Serbot@hotmail.com to arrange a match.
Travel vicariously to various parts of the world! Join in periodic travelogue adventure presentations where unique places are explored and tips are shared about travel insurance, the best internet sites for planning vacations and bargain travel. There are no fees—just sharing experiences of visiting countries world wide.
Contact Tom Worosz
The Trivia Fanatics group is a place for people who are the kings and queens of useless knowledge to excel. The group loves to create and host trivia events both online and in person. If you like participating in those kinds of activities you will be in the right place! Check out this link to the Nextdoor group: https://nextdoor.com/g/wp9vt4t3s/
If you are new to Spring Creek or have a new neighbor, please contact the Welcome Committee. This committee provides new residents with a Welcome Packet, information about the community, and answer any and all questions.
Contact Vicky Sykes at firstname.lastname@example.org
Women's Bible Study
This Bible Study class is an inter-denominational group of women who meet on Wednesdays at 10am.
If you are interested in attending yoga classes either in-person or live on Zoom, please call Jill at (804)-304-9845 or email her.
Contact Jill Jenkins
Zoom Exercise, Zumba, etc.
These classes are live on Zoom. For more information, contact Sherryl.
Contact Sherryl Taylor