Kind-spirited Nocatee women in their 40's/50's gather with fellow residents, neighbors and moms.
A group for boys and girls, ages 3-10, providing lessons in creative movement and ballet.
For Nocatee men over the age of 17 that enjoy playing basketball games together.
This monthly club will focus on home brewing, beer tasting, food pairings, and making new freinds.
A friendly gathering of twenty Nocatee residents who enjoy reading fiction, among other genres.
For Nocatee residents who want to elevate careers, share ideas, learn from others, and gain connections.
A group for residents who enjoy Pickleball - a fun and fast-paced combination of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.
An interest group open to the cyclist community, riding through Nocatee and St. Johns County.
Nocatee gentelmen gather monthly to read mostly fiction works and enjoy a lively discussion.
A resident club for those looking to volunteer in St. Johns County, and give children a place to see the value in helping others.
Meetings held twice a month to work on knitting and crochet projects, share ideas and conversation, and make new friends.
For Nocatee adults who are looking to enhance fitness through swimming, or are training for a triathlon.
For Nocatee residents looking to share a love of riding and making new friends on 1-2 destination rides per month.
A group for Nocatee moms who want to connect with neighbors over playdates with their little ones.
A Nocatee resident wave rider club - open to all surfers of varying styles and abilities.
A group for Nocatee residents 17+ who share a passion for and enjoy playing the world's most popular sport.
A scholarship/mentorship program for girls ages 14-18 in the Nocatee Community.
Nocatee women who meet for weekly matches at Nocatee community park, or as often as 4+ women can play together.
For Nocatee residents who have a passion for driving and learning more about the history and advancements of the automobile industry.
For Nocatee residents, from experienced to amateur, who are interested in training for a triathlon.
Nocatee women who meet monthly to read mostly literary and historical fiction and enjoy discussion.
Instructing Nocatee residents in the traditional Japanese art of self-defense called Ju-Justsu.