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Activities Directory

Kings Point has the most extensive amenities of any active adult community in the region. We offer a stunning variety of amenities to fit your lifestyle.

Helpful Information

Kings Point North Club 813-634-9229 
1900 Clubhouse Drive, Sun City Center, FL 33573 

Kings Point South Club 813-387-3449 
1224 Newpoint Loop, Sun City Center, FL 33573 

Cyber Space 813-540-5450 
1000 Kings Blvd., Sun City Center FL 33573 

2020 Centre 813-387-3458 
2020 Clubhouse Drive, Sun City Center, FL 33573 

Serenity Spa & Salon 813-387-3475 
2020 Centre, Sun City Center, FL 33573 

Kings Point Community Pool 
1575 Nantucket Drive, Sun City Center, FL 33573 

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Kings Point Library
  1. Cyber Space - Connect to the world wide web with high speed Internet. Use the fully equipped Business Center with the convenience of faxing / printing. Notary services available Monday - Thursday 8 am to 1pm.
  2. Fitness Centers - Health and wellness club designed to meet your fitness needs. The Energy Studio and the Balance Studio offer a variety of exercise classes to meet all levels of fitness. Take your cardiovascular and weight workouts to the next level with state of the art fitness equipment guided by trained staff.
  3. Library - Main Clubhouse - The Kings Point Library is available to residents. Reading promotes lifelong learning and enhanced quality of life. Volunteers are on duty in the morning from 9:00am - 11:00 a.m. and in the afternoon from 1-3 p.m. to assist you. Residents may check out books, CDs and cassettes on the honor system.
  4. Serenity Spa & Salon - Kings Point residents and guests can enjoy a full service spa close to home with great prices. Make an appointment at Serenity Spa and Salon for massage, facials, pedicures, manicures, waxing, hair styling or barber services. Gift certificates, spa parties and packages (upon availability) .
  5. Vehicle Storage - The storage facility is conveniently located securely on Kings Point property. Kings Point residents call for a quote and reserve your space on the waiting list to store cars, RV, boats and trailers. No commercial vehicles. All must have wheels. November membership meeting.
  6. DINING - Le Perk Café features breakfast sandwiches, deli sandwiches, soup of the day, hot dogs, ice cream, cookies, muffins, soda, coffee and tea.
    Palm Court is your “Cheers” with fresh made to order pizzas, wings, burgers, soups, salads, sandwiches and full bar service. TV's, Direct TV NFL and a fun atmosphere. Now offering breakfast Tuesday - Sunday 7 am - 10:30 am.
    Poolside BarJoin us on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for resort style living. Poolside cookout specials and tropical drinks with a full-service bar and fun music. *Please note: All pools will be closed for the safety of our residents and guests during inclement weather.
Kings Point Billiard Room
  1. Billiard Club - Open Play, Game of Choice - Come play pool with friends and meet new people. The Billiard room is open all day everyday for your pool playing pleasure. Come with a friend, or get into one of the pickup games going on. The best times to find an open table are weekends and Monday-Friday before 11am or after 4pm.
  2. Billiard Club - 8-Ball Tournament - Compete in this double elimination 8-Ball Tournament sponsored by the Billiard Club-open to residents and Billiard Club members. Cost is $5.00. This has been our most competitive tournament to test your skills. Nov-May.
  3. Billiard Club - Blind Draw Scotch Doubles 8-Ball - Compete in this blind draw, Scotch doubles, 8-Ball tournament sponsored by the Billiard Club-open to men and women residents and Billiard Club members. Cost is $2.00. Nov-May.
  4. Billiard Club - Mixed 8-Ball Tournament (Jack & Jill) - Compete in this fun Mixed Scotch doubles, 8-Ball Tournament sponsored by the Billiard Club—open to resi- dents and Billiard Club members. Man and woman teams will be drawn. Cost is $2.00. This has proven to be our most fun tournament. Nov-May.
  5. Billiard Club - 1 and 15 Ball 8-Ball Tournament - Compete in this fun 1 and 15 Special Ball 8-Ball Tournament sponsored by the Billiard Club—open to men and women residents and Billiard Club members. Blind draw for partners. Cost is $2.00. Nov-May.
  1. Bridge (Casual Open) - Bridge is played with four people at a card table using a standard deck of 52 cards. Join residents for a casual, fun game of bridge. No partner necessary.
  2. Bridge, (Duplicate ACBL Sanctioned) - Tuesday’s 0-199 Masterpoints and Wednesday’s 0-999 Masterpoints. Registration opens at 12 P.M. Cost $3.00 entry fee.
  3. Bridge (Party) - Bridge is played with four people at a card table using a standard deck of 52 cards. Join residents for a casual fun game of bridge. No partner necessary tables, rotate partners. Game starts promptly at noon, so please arrive early to secure a seat.
  4. Bridge (Social Duplicate) - September—July A Duplicate Bridge game played for FUN. Not a sanctioned ACBL game. You must have a partner. Cost of $1 per person/per session.
  5. Cribbage (Learning) - All are welcome to join our cribbage game! Cribbage is a card game which involves grouping cards in combinations to gain points. Scoring is kept on a cribbage board. $1.00 class fee.
  6. Cribbage (Playing) - Cribbage is a card game which involves grouping cards in combinations to gain points. Scoring is kept on a cribbage board. Join residents for a game of Cribbage. $1.00 donation for supplies.
  7. Euchre Club - Euchre is a card game played with the twenty-four highest cards. The aim is to win three of the five tricks played. Experienced players please. No partners are necessary we rotate tables and players. Cost $1.00 per player.
  8. Hand & Foot Cards/Mixed Games - Social card games. Just for fun. All welcome, partners suggested.
  9. Pinochle (Double/Triple Deck) *RESIDENTS ONLY* - Pinochle players score points by trick-taking and also by forming combinations of cards into melds. Each hand is played in three phases: bidding, melds, and tricks. Experienced players social play.
  10. Pinochle (Just for Fun) - Pinochle for fun. Pinochle players score points by trick-taking and also by forming combinations of cards into melds. Each hand is played in three phases: bidding, melds, and tricks. Cost $0.50 per player.
  11. Pinochle (Just for Fun) - Pinochle for fun. Pinochle players score points by trick-taking and also by forming combinations of cards into melds. Each hand is played in three phases: bidding, melds, and tricks. Eight Tables Cost $0.50 per player for prizes. Optional extra $.25 for high game. Set up at 6:15 p.m.
Creative Arts
Kings Point Lapidary Club
  1. Bunka - Japanese Embroidery - Enjoy the classic art of Japanese Embroidery art called Bunka Shishu with friends. No dues.
  2. Ceramic Class (All Levels) - Learn how to make products from clay or similar materials treated by firing. Instruction includes; cleaning green ware, using stains, glazes and special products. Supplies may be purchased in class. Voluntary fee of $1.00 for instructor.
  3. Art Multimedia Open Studio - Join fellow artists while exploring your own artist endeavors. Use your favorite medium.
  4. Colored Pencil Drawing, Doodling & More! - Drawing with colored pencils is fun and relaxing. Work on personal cards, projects, gain ideas and new techniques. Please bring supplies. All levels welcome.
  5. Watercolor Painting Club - Paint a new painting every two weeks, four week series for classes. Supplies available for purchase. Learn new skills and techniques. You don’t have to draw to paint. Fun class for those who want to explore their creative side. All skill levels welcome.
  6. Krafters - Ladies, join us to share techniques and tips for: crochet, knitting and canvas. Bring a project or learn to create something new. No membership dues or supply cost. All projects are sold and money is donated to Sun City Center charities.
  7. Lapidary Club Full Schedule - Stop by the Lapidary Room in North Clubhouse for a schedule of classes. Annual dues of $15 includes instruction in one or all classes. New members are always welcome!
  8. Lapidary (Cabbing Introduction) - A mandatory 4-week introductory course will begin on the first Tuesday of each month. Students must dis- play adequate skill in equipment use and technique before attending open shop sessions. Limited to 4 stu- dents per session. Additional $30 equipment fee.
  9. Lapidary (Cabbing—Open Shop) - A Lapidist is an artist which forms stone, minerals, or gems into decorative items. The techniques are stone cutting, grinding, and polishing of stones to a particular shape to make “cabs” suitable for setting into jewelry pieces. Additional $30 equipment use fee.
  10. Lapidary (Chain Maille) - Year round instruction in the basics of opening and closing jump rings and mastery of basic weaves to pro- duce jewelry such as bracelets and necklaces. Supplies needed: 2 pairs jewelry pliers, beading mat, jump rings.
  11. Lapidary (Faceting) - Learn the critical angles used in faceting gemstones. Completed projects can be put in settings for rings and pendants. Additional $30 equipment fee.
  12. Lapidary (Gem Trees) - Learn to make beautiful gemstone trees with a variety of construction methods and patterns. Supplies extra. New students may join on the first Friday of each month.
  13. Lapidary (Jewelry Making / Beading) - Learn to design jewelry using gemstones and seed beads using a variety of construction methods and patterns. Supplies extra.
  14. Lapidary (Viking & Kumihimo) - Year round - Create necklaces or bracelets using wire to weave a Viking chain. Kumihimo is an ancient Japa- nese art of bead weaving using a disk and various types of cords and beads. Kits to be supplied for an addi- tional cost.
  15. Lapidary (Wire Wrapping) - Students learn to make rings, bracelets, pendants, and earrings by using silver or gold wire by wrapping in various designs and weaves. Supplies extra.
  16. Machine Embroidery Group - Machine Stabilizer - Learn how to use the embroider machinery to create embroidered art.
  17. Paper Tole (3-D Paper Sculpture) - Paper Tole is the art of making 3D pictures from flat prints by using multiple copies of a print.
  18. Pottery Club (All Levels) - The pottery club provides a clay-filled and artistic outlet for students to learn, practice and further their skills. Instruction available in hand-building, wheel throwing and sculpting. No experience needed. Year Round dues $45.00. Individual class fees will vary. RSVP for class schedules.
  19. Shell Art - Create art projects with shells. Bring your own supplies. Work on personal projects, share ideas and learn from others.
  20. Quilting - Must know how to sew and have knowledge of your machine. We make a variety of sewing projects and quilt tops using various techniques. We do individual and group projects and share ideas. We make veterans and charity quilts too.
  21. Quilting 101 - New to quilting? This activity will teach you about the materials and techniques used while creating your first quilt. Teaching instructions / supplies $35.00.
  22. Rubber Stampers - Create note cards, art, mix-media projects with stamps. Please be prepared to bring your supplies and share with group.
  23. Glass Arts Club - Club members explore their creative side by making decorative glass pieces including sun catchers, lights and lamps, panels, plates, sculptures, and more from fused and stained glass techniques. Studio is open during club house hours. Contact Paula for more information.
  24. Wood Shop - The wood working shop is open for woodworking basics to advanced hand and power tool techniques. Call for ordering and sale information.
  1. Silver Shakers - FUN, low-impact, low-cardio Middle Eastern dance. We'll explore the music and various styles of Egyptian and Arabic dances, including Cabaret, Raqs Sharki, and Tribal. Creativity is encouraged! Local performance opportunities will be offered when possible, but not required.
  2. Clogging-Intermediate - Clogging is an energetic form of dance which originated in the Appalachian Mts. in the early 1800's. It has been compared to Irish Dance and Tap but has a definite style of it's own. It's more relaxed but very peppy with lots of knees and footwork. It is danced to all types of music, but Country and Blue Grass are the most popular. This is an intermediate level class for more experienced dancers. There are opportunities to perform in public and at the Kings Point Follies. Clogging is a great form of exercise and lots of fun.
  3. Country Western Dance - November-April (no classes December) This is a beginner's class for couples who have not danced before or those who are rusty and want to brush up on the Two-Step, Waltz, Cha Cha and other specialty dances. Dance practice 5:00 PM to 5:45 PM.
  4. Country Western - Intermediate - October-April NOT LINE DANCING. This is the intermediate practice for couples who have danced before or those who are rusty and want to brush up on the Waltz, Cha Cha, and specialty dances. Can also call Bev Hitcherith at 813-812-7588.
  5. Hawaiian Dance - Learn the beautiful dances of the islands. All levels of dance taught, beginners encouraged to attend. Any questions please call Darlene Walters 813-633-6839.
  6. Line Dance - Level 1 Novice First Step - Have fun, and exercise too, learning the basic steps of line dancing and basic line dances. Slow pace, contin- uous explanation.
  7. Line Dance - Level 2 Beginner - Basic knowledge of Level 1 steps, learn additional steps and dances. Slow pace, continuous explanation.
  8. Line Dance—Level 3 Intermediate - Moderate pace, continuous explanation, perform dances with knowledge of steps and little difficulty.
  9. Line Dance - Level 4 Experienced - Fast pace, with explanation, able to perform dances with little difficulty.
  10. Tappers Beginner - Step by Step - This is a beginner tap class. You will learn basic steps and simple routine called the Shim Sham. We practice steps and this routine to a wide variety of music and have a lot of fun. Buy tap shoes and improve your bal- ance and your brain!
  11. Tappers Intermediate - Happy Tappers - Happy Tappers is an intermediate level class for students who have had some beginning instruction. Tappers will have an opportunity to practice what they know and develop more speed. They will learn new steps and tap routines to a wide variety of music. Join this class to enjoy fun exercise for your mind, body and spirit! The Happy Tappers also volunteer to perform at assisted living and memory care centers in the area.
  12. Tappers - Silver - This is an Advanced Level class for students who know the basics of tap and have had a few years of tap ex- perience. Students will integrate into an on-going class by learning new and previous routines from the group. This group regularly performs for the Queen's Luncheon and the Follies. Dues are $15.00 per year.
Kings Point Fitness Gym
  1. Aerobics (Chair Dancing) - Exercise to the beat without leaving your seat.
  2. The Taoist Tai Chi® Internal Art of Taijiquan (Beg.) - No Fee. Learn the gentle mind art and balance techniques of Tai Chi.
  3. Chair Tai Chi® - Learn the gentle mind art and balance techniques of Tai Chi. with the support of a chair.
  4. Water Group Fitness -
    1. WATER POWER HOUR– - Leg workout alongside pool wall for resistance. Upper body workout with hand water weights for resistance followed by total body workout raising heart rate while riding a noodle using hand wa- ter weights. Class will stretch, strengthen and tone. 1 Noodle and Set of Water Weights 50 Min Outside
    2. DEEP H2O– - Designed for the avid exerciser, therefore participant must be able to swim. Class includes tread- ing, stroking, paddling, pedaling, etc. 45 Min
    3. AQUAFIT - Indoor shallow class including cardio and toning for a total body workout. Great for all fitness levels and abilities. 50 Min
    4. STRETCH-N-SCULPT - Helps improve flexibility and increase range-of-motion while toning all muscle groups. 50 Min
    5. JOINT EFFORT- - Emphasizes range-of-motion activities that include gentle strengthening and fitness exercises. Suitable for those limited by impaired joint ability. Indoors 50 Min
    6. WATER WALKING– - Walking in the pool with hand water weights doing various movements with the body to get a great stretch followed by a lite jog. 50 Min
    7. DOUBLE NOODLE WEDNESDAYS– - Start with 2 noodles for a great total body workout finishing with 1 noodle and a set of hand water weights. 50 Min Outside
    8. AQUA RESISTANCE- - Total body workout using a set of water weights for resistance to the upper body and 1 noodle for resistance to the lower body. This class will stretch, strengthen, and raise your heart rate. 50 Min Outside
    9. AQUAPUMP - A total body water workout using one noodle and concludes with aerobics. 50 Min Outside
    10. ARTHRITIS BODY CONDITIONING- - Activities and exercises to improve balance, posture, muscular strength, endurance and flexibility, manage pain and help with symptoms of Arthritis and Parkinson’s.
    11. AQUA AEROBIC STRENGTH- - Class will utilize water weights to help build strength while performing aerobic movements. Outdoor
    12. SIT & GET FIT- - Train the entire body using various pieces of equipment while remaining seated. Great class for beginners and those with ailments!
    13. FLEX & FLOW- - A combination of tai chi, yoga & Pilates style movements set to a variety of music to work your core, challenge your range of motion, strength and balance.
Land Group Fitness
  1. TOTAL BODY - A full body strengthening class that utilizes hand weights and other equipment. 60Min
  2. TOTAL BODY EXPRESS - Full body strength workout without floor work. 45Min
  3. BUMS & TUMS - A short and intense class that isolates the core and gluteus muscles. 45Min
  4. SIT & GET FIT- - Train the entire body using various pieces of equipment while remaining seated. Great class for beginners and those with ailments! 60Min
  5. GROUP POWER-Hour - Hour of power working the total body to increase muscular strength & endurance. Int- Adv.
  6. ZUMBA - A 50 Min Latin inspired cardio class filled with fun dance moves that guarantee a good time and a great workout
  7. REJUVENATION YOGA- - Suitable for all levels that have some previous yoga experience. Low impact, relax- ing, mindful yoga emphasizing flexibility and light strength. Breathing and stress management techniques incorporated. 1Hr
  8. YOGA FLOW- - This is a moderately challenging class designed to deepen your practice by building strength and tuning alignment as you flow thru poses with conscious awareness of Breath. 60Min
  9. CHAIR YOGA - class designed to include breath work, strength, flexibility and balance but does not involve getting up and down from the floor. Great for ALL fitness levels! 60Min
  10. FLEX & FLOW- - A combination of tai chi, yoga & Pilates style movements set to a variety of music to work your core, challenge your range of motion, strength and balance. 50Min
  11. PILATES - Pilates is a low impact mat class that focuses on toning and strengthening the abdominals, back, and legs. Suitable for all levels! 50Min
  12. CARDIO FIT & FUN- - Get your heart pumping with fun, easy dance moves to great music. 45Min
  13. STRETCH, FLEX & TONE- - A relaxed, quiet class using slow, easy movements, you will stretch and flex from neck to feet; tone and balance too. 45Min
  1. Bingo - Bingo is a game of chance played with randomly drawn numbers which players match against pre-printed cards. Pay for what you play. Sponsored by Cambridge B Association. Thursdays, doors open at 10am, papers on sale 11:00am - 12:30pm. Sunday doors open at 4pm. Papers on sale 4pm - 5:30pm.
  2. Bingo - Pay for what you play. Sponsored by Lancaster III Association. Doors open at 4pm. Papers on sale 5:00pm - 6:30pm.
Indoor Sports
  1. Bowling, (Mixed League) - Off Property at the Alleys in Riverview. $12.00 per week
  2. Table Tennis Club - Annual club dues: $10 per person. All are welcome to come and play; no experience necessary. Membership required after three trial sessions. Appropriate footwear must be worn. No Flip-flops or sandals. Check us out on the web at
  1. Chorus, Kings Point (Mixed Group) - September - April If you love to sing join our group. $10 dues per person per concert.
  2. Pelican Players - Annual club dues. We welcome anyone with an interest in theatre, whether preforming on stage or working behind the scenes. Look for our quarterly social meetings, upcoming productions, & audition schedules. Visit our website at
  3. Ukulele Club - All those interested in playing the Ukulele, come join us for 90 minutes of jamming fun. Beginners are wel- come, lessons provided.
Outdoor Sports
Kings Point Shuffleboard Club
  1. Kings Point Archery Club - The archery range at Kings Point is open 7 days a week for all club members. The range is located behind the garden club.
  2. Bocce Ball Group - Join us for some Bocce Ball fun on the Bocce Ball court every Friday and Saturday.
  3. Kings Point Cornhole Club - Come play some old fashioned Cornhole with us every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday next to the Pickleball Courts.
  4. Kings Point Pickleball - Welcome to Pickleball! We have groups that represent all levels of playing abilities and meet at different times. We also offer occasional clinics, ladders, competitive play and social activities. You need to be a mem- ber in order to use our Pickleball equipment or participate in organized play times/groups. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  5. Lawn Bowling - October—April mation about the club, dates and times contact the president. Annual elections in December
  6. Lawn Bowling (Summer) - May—September Annual membership fee due by February 1st. Lessons are required at no charge. For information about the club, dates and contact the president. Annual elections in December.
  7. Rod & Reel Club - Monthly fishing activities includes fresh and saltwater. Annual club dues, per person, per year. Elections in December. Guests welcome. Annual Dues $10.00
  8. Shuffleboard Club (Afternoon) - October—April Shuffleboard is a game in which players use cues to push weighted discs, sending them glid- ing down a narrow and elongated court with the purpose of having them come to rest within a marking score area. Annual club dues, per person.
  9. Shuffleboard Club (Playing) - Shuffleboard is a game in which players use cues to push weighted discs, sending them gliding down a nar- row and elongated court with the purpose of having them come to rest within a marking score area. Annual club dues, per person.
  10. Softball Club (Kings Point) - October—April Participation opportunities are available for players, spouses, spectators, umpires, score- keepers, managers, refreshment workers, etc. Visit for additional information
  11. Tennis Club (Doubles) - Year Round dues $10. Social tennis playing; free beginner lessons for members.
  12. Volleyball (Playing) - Join us on the volleyball court for good exercise, friendship and fun.
Parlor Games
  1. Bunco - Bunco is a social dice game involving 100% luck! Meet new friends and roll the dice with us!
  2. Bunco Monthly Pot Luck Dinner & Dice - Food, laughter, dice and fun! Bring a dish to share and join in a fun evening! Off July, August, September
  3. Dominoes (Mexican Train) - Come join us for fun with dominoes!
  4. Hand & Foot Card Game - Social card playing. Whether you are an experienced player or would like to learn the game, everyone is welcome to join the fun.
  5. Mah Jongg Club - Enjoy the game of Mah Jongg w/ friends. $6 annual dues. Free lessons 3 times a year w/ club membership.
  6. Mah Jongg Play - Come with your groups of 4 to play.
  7. Rummikub Group - Rummikub is a tile-based game which combines elements of the card game rummy and mahjong. Come join fellow residents for a social game of rummy.
  8. Scrabble - Join residents in a board game using lettered tiles to create words in a crossword fashion. Socialize and learn new words with a game of scrabble.
  1. AARP Driver Safety Program - Defensive driving classes. Students must pre-register, and will pay the instructor at the class. Cost is for instructions and hand outs. RSVP Class Limit 25. Dates Vary. Please call for dates and to register.
  2. AARP Income Tax Service - Not available in Kings Point for 2021
  3. COA Monthly Meeting - September- May Annual elections held in February. COA hours: June & July are Mon./Wed./Fri. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Closed the month of August. September through May are Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  4. Federation Board Meeting - An opportunity for residents to express their views and concerns during an Open Forum before Directors vote on specific issues. *UNIT OWNERS WELCOMED*
  5. Federation Membership Meeting - September-May Representative body meets to discuss and vote on current issues. Unit Owners are invited to attend and may speak at the beginning of the meeting during an open forum.
  6. Master Association Board Meeting - The Master Association provides supervision, management, and determination as to the care and mainte- nance of roads, traffic control, landscaping within the roadway, drainage systems, and irrigation systems lo- cated throughout Kings Point.
  7. SCC Emergency Squad 24/7 - Sun City Center Emergency Squad was started in 1964 with 14 volunteers. Today over 200 volunteers are ready to assist you 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Emergency transportation available 24 hours.
  8. Wolf’s Produce—Farmer’s Market - KPCH front lawn near the Pickleball courts under the big oak trees. Purchase your seasonal fruits and vege- tables without leaving the front gates of Kings Point. Days and times subject to change with weather and events.
Clubs and Organizations
Model Railroad Club
  1. Amateur Radio Club - The Sun City Center Amateur Radio Club is recognized by the Florida Emergency Operations Center in Talla- hassee. The club promotes the hobby and provides license training. SCC Amateur Radio club provides emer- gency communications to the Sun City Center community in times of crisis and support organizations that require communications for projects.
  2. Baby Boomers, Kings Point - Members are KP residents who are “Old enough to have done it all and young enough to do it again.” We are an active club that has a variety of social events. Applicants for membership are available on the club website
  3. Canadian Club - November - April. Watch for announcements of the meeting date, day, time and location.
  4. Discussion Group - We talk about any topic you can think of: Including religion, current events, psychology, politics, etc. We want opinionated people who are willing to speak up.
  5. Dog Lover's Club - The Dog Lovers Club has established an off-leash dog park in KP for dog owners and their best friends. Call Sally Reisman at 813-812-7303 or Judy Johnson at 813-633-0233 for information.
  6. Eagle Audubon Society Meeting - October- April The club offers free monthly meetings; guest speakers, birding adventures, and trips to dis- cover Florida with friends. Visit our website at:
  7. Economic Education Class - Alternating class topics on financial education; today's volatile markets and protection of your assets. Resi- dents receive handouts.
  8. Feline Folks - Meetings held 1st Thursday of each month at 3:30pm with our Meow Mixer featuring light snacks and bever- ages at 4:30pm.
  9. Garden Club - October - April. The purpose of The Garden Club is to stimulate the knowledge and love of gardening within Kings Point. Annual club dues, per membership. Club Elections December.
  10. Healthy Lifestyles MeetUp - Enjoy Interesting speakers, fun activities, discussions and support for those interesting in longer, healthier and more disease-free lives.
  11. Heartland Social Group - Social gathering for former residents of Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Iowa, Kansas & Nebraska. Watch for events in the newspaper, bulletin boards and on Channel 733
  12. Italian Club - October-May. Watch for announcements for room, date and time for club meetings. Annual club dues $10
  13. Kings Point Dance Club - Once a month (October thru April) gather with your friends for social dancing and live entertainment. Dance to fox trots, swing, polka, cha cha and waltz music. Annual dues $25 per person.
  14. Michigan Club - October—May Join us for fun parties; SNO-BALL GALA, Pizza & Beer, St Patty's Day, Kentucky Derby, holiday pot luck and more! Club dues per year. Activities are added to the Pointer and the wheel/channel 96/733.
  15. Model Railroad Club - The Model Railroad Club builds, operates, and promotes model railroading for the benefit and enjoyment of the club members. All residents welcomed. Annual Dues, Initiation fee of $30. Optional $5 for keys.
  16. New Englander's Club - October—April Social group meets for dinner and dancing. Annual club dues. Annual election held in April. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.
  17. New York Empire State Club - Everyone is welcome to join this social group for dinners and dancing. During June, July and August the group meets at local restaurants. The membership cycle is from December to December. After May new members will need to wait until December to join. Dues are $10.00 per year.
  18. Ohio Club (Kings Point) - January—December Join us for great social get-togethers including dinners, picnics, dances and various oth- er activities. Annual due $10. For information please contact Lori Brezec at (813-938-4883) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Linda Dulik at (813-922-4366) or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  19. Rockin’ Thru the Years - "Join Us For a Rockin' Good Time!" Live bands provide music from the '50's to the '80's as well as more cur- rent music from today for our dancing and listening pleasure. BYOB and Snacks. Tickets are $5 per person per dance. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Sunday Dances: TBA
  20. Singles Mingle Group - Social gathering for friendship. Watch Channel 96 / 733 for more details and posters in the Clubhouses. Cost per dance is $5.
  21. Sportsman's Club - The Sportsman’s Club is dedicated to promoting shooting sports, including Pistol, Rifle, Sporting Clays, Hunting & Wildlife Conservation. Our Social events include annual trips to Tampa Downs, pizza parties etc. Monthly meetings include: Guest Speakers from all walks of life, a monthly Photo Contest, Door Prizes & Re- freshments. Check us out on the web at: Annual dues $7.00.
  22. T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) #407 - Annual election held in July. May attend one meeting and then decide to join group. The meetings are fun and an informative way to loose weight. Earn money for weight loss. National Year Round dues $32.00 plus $5.00 per month.
  23. T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) #788 - Weigh in begins at 8:00 a.m. and meeting starts at 8:45 a.m. T.O.P.S. is a support group for people who want to lose weight. Try the first meeting for free!
  24. T.O.P.S. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) #845 - Weigh in starts 7:30 am and the meeting starts 8:45 am The weekly programs and incentives promote our "weigh" of life as good health and well being are supported in a friendly group setting. National annual dues of $32 provide resources including the TOPS monthly magazine. Chapter annual dues $5.00 per month.
  25. Travel Group, Young at Heart KP/SCC - Bus tours- cruising and more come see for yourself!

Just a Few of Our Many Activites

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