American Legion Post 64  
The Veterans Club/American Legion Post #64 meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at
3PM in the Recreation Center. See and hear what our future plans are. It is not necessary to be a member to attend. Both men and women are invited. More information on the American Legion Post #64 is available at
http://www.americanlegionpost64.com 
Apple User Group Meets Tuesdays at 9:30 AM
We are about the use, care and support of all things Apple including: Phone - iPad, iMac - MacBook, Apple TV - Apple WatchAll the varied accessories  Our goal is to learn about the devices and apps we use, how they interact with each other, and discover ways to maximize their usefulness.
ARC Singers  Join this group of folks who love to sing.  They also bring their talents to retirement homes.
Billiards  Daily, this group meets in the billiards room for lively billiard games.  Watch for their annual tournament in the spring.
Bocce, Corn Hole, and Lawn Bowling Groups Laughter can be heard throughout the ARC when members get together for these games.  All levels of skill are encouraged to join - its all about having fun while enjoying some friendly competition.             
Bridge  The Bridge Group is the oldest/club at the ARC.  Currently there are 2 different types of games played.
Bunco  Roll the dice every Friday afternoon and enjoy a lively game with friends at the ARC.
Ceramics  Find your creative side and enjoy spending time with friends making gifts and treasurers for your own home.
Charity Sewers Our mission is to provide all types of items for those in need. We have cutters, sewers, crocheters and knitters.
We have jobs for all talents. We produce and give hundreds of items during the year to the Department of
Economic Security for distribution. Our projects include baby sweaters, blankets, caps, booties and gowns.
For young children we make pants and shirts. For adults we make lap robes, bed slippers, pillows, and
large bibs out of old bath towels.  We make bags for foster children's clothes, and collect small travel
size toiletries from ARC members to give to homeless shelters.
Clay Club  Build something beautiful working with your hands in the Pottery Room at the ARC.  The clay club focuses on "low" fire artwork.
Coffee Time  “Coffee Time” began October, 1979 to provide a casual setting for ARC members to meet and enjoy each other’s
friendship and conversations.
 Creative Writers Group A place to share your prose and poetry-truth or fiction weekly on Mondays.  Enjoy discussion and encouragement! 
 Cycling Group Join this fun loving  group during the months of November through April for scenic rides around the Valley with a stop for breakfast at a local cafe.
Dance Club  Brings the Valley's top musical groups and bands to the ARC for a night of dancing and fellowship.
Dominos  Every Tuesday morning relax playing a game of Dominos with friends in the Social Area.
 Glass Art Club Glass Art is not a difficult art to learn and it appeals to all ages. If you have been hesitant to try your hand at other types of art work, then glass painting, or Glass Bending as it used to be called, will probably appeal to you because of the ease in which beautiful objects are created. 
 Happy Hour Club Members get together every Friday evening to enjoy conversation and good food.  This is a pot luck so bring something delicious to share with everyone.
 Hiking Club Our group hikes to different areas of the Valley, including South Mountain, Superstition Park Wilderness Area, Picacho Peak and the White Tanks, to name just a few.
Home Arts Club  Join a group of people who enjoy working on craft projects.  Learn a new skill or share your talents with others.
Jewelry Crafters ARC Jewelry Crafters offers modern, well-equipped lapidary facilities for rock slabbing, cutting and polishing, extensive silversmithing, and jewelry metal casting (lost wax).An active club membership of about 50 provides all levels of coaching, class instruction and training by well experienced instructors and monitors in a wide range of jewelry making crafts, including rock cutting and polishing, silversmithing, casting, wire knitting, chain linking, precious metal clay and jewelry beading.
 Library The ARC library was founded in 1980. The library contains approximately 3,500 books, of which 90% are paperbacks. In addition, we have magazines, large print books, jig saw puzzles and tapes. All material is donated by our Ahwatukee residents and readers. Volunteers attend to shelving books and taking care of related library work. 
Mah Jongg  Join a game of strategy! We have a beginners group and an intermediate group to fit your skill level.
Painters Studio Members with skills in oil painting, watercolors, drawing, get together to create beautiful pictures.  
Pickle ball   Pickle ball is the fastest growing senior sport in North America! A private 55+ community, the Ahwatukee Recreation Center (ARC) in southeast Phoenix, Arizona has 4 first class outdoor courts. The ARC Pickleball Club has more than 170 members, including guys and gals in their 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s. Members range in skill level from beginner to advanced, so everyone can have fun. During the winter season (Nov-Mar) we even offer our club members FREE lessons. 
Quilters  The objective of the Saguaro Strippers is to maintain an association of persons interested in sharing their joy and knowledge of quilt making; in exploring new ideas and techniques; in stimulating and encouraging the growth and refinement of the art of quilt making; and to focus public attention on the beauty and practicality of quilt making through the continuing education of its members.
Readers Round table  This dynamic club picks a Best Seller to read for the month and meets to discuss the book.  A guide will lead the discussion about the book.   
 Roots Genealogy Club  The Roots Genealogy Club is an informal group of ARC members who meet once a month to discuss our latest victories and failures while attempting to document our families’ histories.    Participants discuss the latest free web sites available and give opinions regarding their findings.  
Stained Glass   Whether you are an expert, novice, or inexperienced, you will find our club has all the equipment, knowledge, and members ready to help you create your own stained glass project.  Classes and one-on-one sessions are available to help you begin a fun hobby.
Table Tennis  Table Tennis is played by more people worldwide then any other racket sport. The ARC Table Tennis Club has been active since 1993 and continues to be open for active men and women.
The Entertainers 
A group dedicated to offering top entertainment to our members without having to travel to shows across the Valley. Watch the ARC Life for information on these fabulous shows. 
 Travel Club The World is your playground when you are a part of the travel club.  Keep watching the ARC Life for more information on upcoming trips.
 Water Volleyball  Play water volley ball in our indoor pool year round.
Women's Club  Enjoy listening to speakers, going on day trips around town, Holiday luncheons all while raising funds for good causes. 
 Woodworking Club Members work on a variety of personal projects such as furniture and small art projects.  In the wood shop, members have access to table saws, routers, the wood lathe and drum sanders.  Painting and staining are completed in a separate room to ensure a dust-free finish.