This section provides information submitted by Canyon Lake clubs regarding activities and upcoming events. Information should be submitted to email@example.com no later than 3 p.m. Monday.
Fall Ball, for ages four to 10, runs from September through November. Registration is taken online at clllca.com. Registration is $65 and includes a hat and shirt. Registration ends Aug. 31. Fall Ball coaches are being sought. Those interested should attend the next league board meeting on Aug. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Magnolia Room at the country club.
The Canyon Lake Little League serves Canyon Lake and Canyon Hills. For information, visit www.clllca.com.
The Kids Club is starting back up again on Aug. 22. The Canyon Lake Kids Club is a program in which young children and their parents or grandparents enjoy a morning of crafts, music, exercise, games, sports and a snack for just $2 per session. Those who purchase a 10-class punch card will receive two classes free. Punch cards can be purchased in class. For more information, visit the club’s Facebook page.
The Pickleball Club is hosting a Moon Tournament on Aug. 19. Check-in is 6:30 p.m. The format is round robin mixed couple doubles. To sign up, contact Terry Loy at 951-244-6864 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The club’s Social Play days are Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 8 to 10 a.m. and 6 to 10 p.m.; open play is Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8 to 10 a.m. with one court being reserved for beginners and clinics.
Social Mixers are held monthly on the third Thursday from 6 to 10 p.m. For more information, visit the club’s Facebook page at Canyon Lake Pickleball or call Terry Loy at 951-244-6864 or Sandy Kan at 951-244-4259.
Bible Fellowship Club
Monthly club meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. in the Activity Building at East Port Park. Meetings are open to the community. The meetings open with prayer and praise music followed by exploring and diving into God’s word, the Holy Bible, refreshments and fellowship. For more information, call Steve Martin at 951-757-6146.
The CLAMS organization has been in existence for 43 years. The club is open to all Canyon Lake men. Currently 94 members belong; this strong membership allows the CLAMS to continue its philanthropic work and give scholarships to deserving high school seniors. For membership information, call Membership Chairman Bud Hanner at 951-244-6315.
Water Ski Club
The Ski Club is comprised of water skiers of all ages and levels, from beginners to advanced. The club hosts several ski competitions and community events, including Breakfast with Santa, Polar Bear Day, Learn to Ski Day and the Fiesta Day Ski Show. The club began in 1970 and is the largest 3-event USA Water Ski sanctioned club in the United States. For membership and general information, visit www.canyonlakeskiclub.com.
The Jr. Women’s Club (JWC) is a non-profit philanthropic club that holds fundraising events throughout the year to help fund scholarships, help local families in need, donate to park improvements in Canyon Lake and more.
The club holds monthly meetings. For more information, contact Heather Rose at 951-591-8168 or email@example.com.
The Equestrian Club is for horse lovers. The group welcomes all horse owners and their families to join. For more information, call Kathy Mulcahy at 909-578-6172.
Family Matters Club
The Family Matters Club is open to all residents, young and old, kids or no kids. The club puts on several events throughout the year to benefit the community and raise funds for philanthropic donations. Events are free or low-cost to attend.
On Aug. 19, the club will host a western barbecue at Indian Beach that will include a kid’s zone with pony rides, jumpers, petting zoo, mechanical bull, watermelon eating contest, country music, square dance demonstration and lessons.
The club will host a kid’s zone at the Woman’s Club annual Mermaid Festival at Indian Beach on Aug. 26. For more information, visit the clubs Facebook page or call 714-394-4885.
The Tennis Club invites residents to come out for social play on Mondays and Fridays at 8 a.m. and Fridays at 6:30 p.m. Participants are asked to bring an appetizer to share.
Social play is a free activity open to all levels of players and is a great way to meet other players without committing to a schedule.
For more information, contact Sue Muscarella at 909-241-3001 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For membership information, contact Valorie Gambina at 951-385-8186 or email@example.com.
The club is for men over the age of 18 who enjoy playing softball. Games are played on Wednesday evenings at Gault Field. For more information, call Chad Russell at 951-265-8389.
Bosom Buddies was founded in the late 80s. Its mission is to educate, inspire and support newly diagnosed breast cancer patients during their breast cancer journey. For more information, call Janelle Basham at 951-515-0500 or Kimbo Slingerland at 951-609-4044, or visit clbosombuddies.com.
Any resident who owns an RV is welcome to join the Roadrunners RV Club. The club holds dinner meetings on the second Tuesday of each month. Social hour begins at 5 p.m., dinner is served at 6 p.m. In addition to monthly dinner meetings, the club takes six to eight trips per year. For more information, contact Robb Smith at 951-244-3168 or RobbS44090@aol.com. The club’s website is clroadrunners.com.
The Car Club holds monthly meetings on the first Thursday in the Holiday Bay Room at the lodge. Anyone owning a pre-1973 vehicle is welcomed. Social hour begins at 5:30 p.m. followed by the general meeting at 6:30 p.m. At the meeting members learn about upcoming events, listen to guest speakers and share automotive experiences. Finger foods are served and a 50/50 drawing rounds out the evening. For more information, visit www.canyonlakecarclub.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yacht Club meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of the month in the Holiday Bay Room at the lodge; cocktail hour is 5 p.m., dinner is 6 p.m., meeting begins at 7 p.m. Dinner is $15. Boat ownership is not a criterion for membership.
Annual membership is $15. Members enjoy fun events throughout the year, including the Moonlight Cruise, Progressive Dinner and Parade of Lights. For more information, call Membership Chair Mary Jane Kelly at 951-244-1768 or Commodore Dave Dain at 714-580-9358.
The Torah Club promotes the principles of Torah in a non-denominational way and applies the principles of Torah to performing good deeds and charitable acts for the community at large. All ages are welcome. For more information, contact Sherry Reiter at email@example.com.
The Bassmasters Club meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Magnolia Room at the country club. Residents who like to fish and want to improve their skills in a low stress, friendly competitive environment are welcome to join. For more information about membership, call Terry Voss at 951-536-9341.
Street Carts of Canyon Lake
The Street Carts of Canyon Lake is a golf cart club that holds community events to raise funds for its charitable work. The club hosts the annual Golf Cart Parade and the community Poker Run. Lifetime membership is $25. For more information, call Mike Shroyer at 951-244-9446.
The Canyon Lake Woman’s Club is seeking vendors and sponsors for its annual Mermaid Festival at Indian Beach on Aug. 26. Booth spaces are $40. For vendor information, contact Sue Collins at 951.246.2773. Applications for the Cardboard Boat Challenge are available at the POA office and at canyonlakewomansclub.com.
The Woman’s Club meets in the Holiday Bay Room at the lodge on the third Wednesday of every month from September through June. Vendor hour is from 9 to 10 a.m.; meeting begins at 10 a.m. Lunch is $14. For lunch reservations, contact Vicki Young at 951-246-9846 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For membership information, contact Kathy Ray at 858-449-7297 or email@example.com. The club’s website is canyonlakewomansclub.com.
The club meets monthly on the second Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Sunset Room at the lodge. The club was formed January 23, 1975 and was one of the first clubs in Canyon Lake. The club is part of the largest service organization in the world. The members collect used eyeglasses to aid in the organization’s goal to help those with sight problems. For more information, call LaRue McNamara at 951-244-6470.
Home Owners Club
Organized in 1972, the club promotes and protects the best interest of Canyon Lake home and property owners. The group sponsors community events, including the Home Decorating Contest and Meet the Candidates. For more information, call LaRue McNamara at 951-244-6470.
Community Theatre Group
The club’s purpose is to provide the community with access to the performing arts by providing a platform and showcase for local talent. The club engages and entertains the community by providing theatre experience for all ages, from all youth productions to its musicals under the stars. For more information, visit clctapa.blogspot.com.
The Canyon Lake Wakeboard Club caters to everyone from beginner to the most advanced rider. The club promotes the sport by sponsoring Learn to Wakeboard Day events. For more information, visit the club’s website at canyonlakewake.com.
Fitness and Triathlon Club
The club promotes healthy lifestyles through swimming, cycling, running and other cross training activities. The club hosts the annual Tour de Canyon Lake and Paddle & Pedal Regatta events. Annual club dues are $30 for individuals and $40 for families. Membership is not a requirement to participate in fitness events. For information, visit canyonlaketriathlonclub.com.
While the Canyon Lake Art Association monthly meetings are dark through the summer, the Monday Night Ad-Hoc Artists will continue to meet on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Mondays at 6:30 p.m. at the senior center. All are welcome to join these art-making evenings; bring your own supplies and artwork to make or simply stop by to see what the artists are making. Tuesday monthly meetings will resume on fourth Tuesday in September at 6:30 p.m. at the senior center. For more information, visit Facebook.com/canyonlakeartassociation.
Club functions are open to all Canyon Lakers, including those who are not members of the club. The Club will host Ole’ Ole’ Ole’, an end of summer dinner and dance, on Sept. 8 at 6 p.m. at the pool. A Mexican themed dinner will be served. The cost for members is $35; $40 for non-members and guests. To make reservations, visit canyonlaketravelclub or call Bonnie Carnagie at 951-306-5031.
The club will celebrate Oktoberfest in Big Bear on October 22 with a historical bus tour of Big Bear Lake followed by an authentic German lunch and entertainment at Festival Hall. The cost of this all-inclusive trip is $71 for members; $76 for non-members and guests. On Jan. 2, members will travel to Pasadena for a viewing of the Rose Parade Floats. Details will be announced on the club’s website at a later date. For more information about single-day trips, contact Kathy Bacon at 951-246-9968.
Mommy n Me
Mommy n Me is a club for children ages one to five years old. The cost is $60 per child. Discount is given for siblings. Monthly meetings are on the first and third Fridays from 9 to 11 a.m. The club meets at different places locally for organized play dates. For more information, call Leslie Geer at 714-269-5877 or visit the club’s Facebook page at Canyon Lake Mommy n Me 2016/2017.
The club meets monthly on the third Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Holiday Bay Room at the lodge. Anyone who would like to attend a meeting should call Mary Craton at 915-244-7859.
ShowCal Skiers is a sanctioned club and California’s first and only water-ski show team. Skills training is taught for all aspects of the ski show, including audio/visual, announcing/hosting, drivers/power team, safety coordinators and equipment.
Ski disciplines include two skis, slalom, barefoot, trick, shoe ski, swivel, ballet, jump, doubles, trios, adagio, human pyramids, ATB, kneeboard, disc, wakeboard, wakeskate, foil, free-style and hot dogging. Members incorporate all types of performance artistry in their water-ski shows. For more information, visit the club’s website at showcalskiers.com, or contact President Stacey Norred at 303-588-2648 or Sqross@gmail.com.
Mexican Train Players
The Mexican Train Players meet every Friday at 12:30 p.m. in the senior center. Beginners are welcome. For more information, call Marlys Shilling at 951-244-4241.
All Canyon Lake women are invited to attend the Canyon Lake Association of Women (CLAWS) group bunco at 3 p.m. on the second Wednesday of the month in the Magnolia Room at the country club. The cost is $10 per player. Participants are asked to bring canned and packaged food for the community cupboard. For more information, call Rose Hanover at 951-244-6109.
Twirlers Square Dance Club
Dances are held every Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m. and once a month on the second Sunday from 1:30 to 5 p.m. at the Kay Ceniceros Senior Center in Menifee. For more information, call Jackie Brown at 951-694-3650.
The Pinochle Club meets at the Senior center on Thursdays at 6 p.m. New players as well as old-timers are invited to play and win prizes. For more information, call Marlys Shilling at 951-244-4241.
The Chair Volleyball Club is for seniors 50 years of age and older. The club promotes fitness fun and the spirit of competition through organized playing of Chair Volleyball. The game is played using a beach ball and a 5 ft. net while players are seated. The club participates in the Senior Olympics. Members meet weekly on Tuesdays and Fridays at 9:30 a.m. in the Holiday Bay Room at the lodge. For more information, call Bert Barbay at 951-244-2378.
The Choraleers is a vocal group of men and women who enjoy singing in a choral group that performs spring and fall concerts, including combinations of selected singers and solo performances. Membership includes more than 35 members as well as a director and pianist. Membership is open to residents and those in nearby communities. For more information, contact Larry Garland at 508-498-6210 or visit canyonlakechoraleers.org.
The K-9 Club is one of Canyon Lake’s newest clubs. Members generally meet every day in the evening to socialize at the East Port Park Dog Park.
Cub Scout Pack 346 will be kicking off its scouting year on Aug. 27, from 3 to 5 p.m. at Lamb’s Fellowship, 21901 Railroad Canyon Rd., Lake Elsinore, 92532. Those interested in joining should attend the meeting. Pack 346 serves Canyon Lake, Canyon Hills and Tuscany Hills and is for boys in kindergarten through 5th grades. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tuesday Work Group
The Tuesday Work Group (TWG) consists of more than 40 volunteers dedicated to mostly improving the golf course. TWG meets every Tuesday at 7 a.m. in the golf maintenance yard during the months of October through June. Committee Board meetings are held on the last Tuesday of the month at 1 p.m. in Magnolia Room at the country club. There are no meetings from July to September. TWG is always looking for a helping hand. “We’ll have coffee and donuts waiting for you,” says a spokesperson. For more information, call David Nickel at 951-244-9827.