Club Overview


Purpose: The Lake Granbury Newcomers Club objective is to promote friendship among new and current female residents of the Lake Granbury area. We also provide a college scholarship to a young woman each year and, when possible, donate funds to local charitable organizations, as well as welfare and humanitarian projects. Membership: Our club welcomes any resident, both old and new, who live in the Lake Granbury area. Prospective members may attend our monthly luncheon and a Meet and Greet gathering prior to joining. Annual dues are $25, and renewable each May. Only members can participate in the special interest groups. Meetings:  Our club holds monthly meetings the first Thursday of each month from September to May. Members and guests socialize before the business meeting and then enjoy a special program and luncheon. If you are new to the area, we invite you to visit the rest of our web site and contact us!

Each member receives a an electronic monthly newsletter containing information for the upcoming month. The newsletter covers meeting topics and locations, reservation arrangements and special group activities.  After looking over the special interest groups and Meet and Greet, refer to the monthly newsletter for specific details.


This social hour is held in October, January and April for visitors as well as new members to meet officers and members  in a more casual setting.  Format varies from a morning coffee to an afternoon wine and cheese party.


Lake Granbury’s Newcomers Club offers something for everyone. Special activity groups bring together members with shared interests. Individual and couple activities are available.

Book Discussion:  Members meet in homes each month to discuss a pre-selected book. A designated hostess provides lunch.

Bowling:  This is a fun group that meets the 4th Wednesday of each month at the newly renovated “Pins” bowling alley in Granbury.  You don’t have to be good, just want to have fun!

Break a Leg:  This group works closely with Granbury Theater in many facets.  Members work in Concessions, Will Call,  and various production tasks.

Bridge: Groups of intermediate and advanced skill levels meet twice a month to play bridge. Members meet at various locations and lunch is available. There is also couples group that meets once a month at a designated member’s house.






Bunko:  Bunko is a popular pastime with many members who play either singly by day or in a couple’s group in the evening.  We have numerous groups and welcome members to join us!

Couples Supper Club:   Couples take turns as hosts and guests in each other’s homes with everyone contributing to the meal. The host couple furnishes the main dish.

Evening Out: Couples meet for appetizers at a member’s home and then enjoy dinner together at the home or go out to a local restaurant.

Hand and Foot:  This is an easy card game played by many of our members.  We have two groups that meet either at Harbor Lakes Country Club or the American Legion building.

Home and Garden:  Members have the opportunity to tour beautiful homes, learn creative decorating ideas, and enjoy seeing members in a casual setting.

Ladies Day Party Bridge:  Groups of intermediate and advanced skill levels meet twice a month at De Cordova CC to play bridge and eat lunch.

Ladies Supper Club:  This group meets monthly and is for our members who are single, windowed, divorced or have traveling mates.

Mah Jongg: Members meet once a month to play at selected homes.  This is a game for 4 players that originated in China and played with tiles.  It’s a game of skill, calculation, and luck.




Needle Arts & Quilting:   Members meet at a designated home to work on personal projects while visiting with friends who share their love of quilting, knitting, crocheting, embroidery, etc.  Hostesses provide lunch.

Onze (11 in French):  Members meet twice a month at a designated restaurant for a fun, different kind of card came that’s easy, fun, light and quick to learn.

Ramblin Roses is a Traveling group that visits wonderful events and places in the North Texas.  These are day trips.

TGIF, Let’s Do Lunch!: Each month members eat at a special restaurant in the surrounding area.  They car pool or drive individually.