Brightwater Coffee


The newest club in Brightwater brings resident chess players together. It is open to all skill levels and all ages and players are encouraged to bring their own chess sets.  The club meets on the second Sunday from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the Clubhouse. For more information, contact Susan Ramirez at ramirezsusan51@gmail.com

Brightwater Garden Club


The Brightwater Garden Club has been a part of the subdivision’s social activities since 1985.  The mission of the club is to help residents grow their gardening skills with the help of local gardening experts and fellow club members.

Meetings

The club meets September through April (no meeting in December) on the 4th Monday evening of the month.  The meetings are held in the Clubhouse and begin with refreshments at 6:40 p.m., followed by the monthly speaker from

6:50 – 7:50 p.m.

Membership dues are $25 per year which includes an exclusive members-only garden tour and end-of-the-year dinner, plus a discount card that can be applied at a variety of local nurseries and garden supply stores.

Monthly speakers present a wide variety of topics of interest to those who are just beginning their gardening adventures to more seasoned gardeners.  All residents and guests are warmly invited to attend and enjoy the friendship and learning opportunities the club provides.

In addition to monthly meetings and periodic field trips, the Garden Club is responsible for selecting the Yard of the Month and for judging the Holiday Decorating Competition, the results of which are posted in the Brightwater eBulletin and "Beacon" newsletter.

Officers for 2022—2023
President:  Pam Allan
1st VP (Programs):  Tammy Goff
2nd VP (Membership/Hospitality) Co-Chairs: Joanne Downing & Carrie Wilhelm
Secretary:  Amelia Schmid
Treasurer:  John Adams
Membership:  Joanne Downing

2023—2024 Programs
(We will have additional information on programs this fall.)


Update: For more information, contact President Pam Allan at 832-439-8944.

   




Brightwater residents have a wide variety of diverse interests.  There are numerous avenues open for community involvement through volunteer service, and Brightwater’s clubs afford residents social and educational opportunities with a sincere “Welcome.”



Clubs


The Brightwater Neighborhood Coffee has been a social activity in the neighborhood for years.  The group meets in the Fall, Winter and Spring on the 2nd Monday of the month at the Clubhouse from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m.   Watch the “Beacon” for dates.  There is often a theme to enlighten attendees and to encourage interaction.  Join us for great refreshments and fellowship.

Upcoming Coffees will be announced here, in the “Beacon” newsletter, in the eBulletin and on the bulletin board at the Clubhouse.


Brightwater has two monthly book clubs, one that meets in the morning and another that gets together in the evening.  The morning club meets at 11:00 a.m. the 3rd Wednesday of each month in the Clubhouse.  Contact Tammy Goff at 281-261-5913 for further information.

The evening club meets at 7:00 p.m. the 2nd Monday of the month in the Clubhouse.  Call Nancy Hudson at
281-499-8822 for additional information.

Both clubs are free of charge and the books read are library books.



This group meets the 1st Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m., except for the months of July and August.  Any Brightwater resident who is interested can bring needlework and join the group at the next meeting.  For more information, contact Elaine Smith at 281-499-6660.

Brightwater Book Clubs


Brightwater Evening Needleworkers


Brightwater Chess Club