Join Glade Bocce Club
The Fairfield Glade Bocce Club plays each Tuesday and Thursday at 3- 30 P.M. from May thru October.
They have monthly special events including a hamburger/hot dog feed, spaghetti night, sloppy joe night and our annual tournament in September. They have two courts with canopies along with a rest room and a covered deck area that is used for meals and socializing.
Their only rule is that “You Must Have Fun!” They are located off Drew Howard Road right before you get to the Fairfield Glade Leaf Dump. (It was formerly the location of the old Sportsman Club in FFG)
Membership is open to any Fairfield Glade resident or property owner. For more information on membership and any questions about the Bocce Club please contact Ralph Rupp, bocce chairman at [email protected] or call 456- 0599.
Mindfulness Meditation Group now meeting
They are a small group of people, who value mindfulness meditation and mindful living. They meet once weekly for an hour during which we practice sitting meditation followed by discussion or reading on mindfulness topics.
The group is suitable for those beginning meditation, as well as for experienced practitioners. Group members possess and respect diverse beliefs, while they support their common commitment to mindfulness practices shown to nurture healthy and compassionate living.
By design, their meetings are not directed by a designated teacher. Their goal of providing mutual support is accomplished through a shared leadership.
If you are interested in group meditation and companionable discussion of all things mindful, you are invited to attend the group.
For more information contact Pat Lavin at [email protected] (423- 280- 6303) or Cathleen Reid at cathleenreid @gmail.com
Donate your items
Spring cleaning? Looking for a place to drop off donated items?
The Cumberland Good Samaritans trailer will be at Westminster Presbyterian Church at 114 Stonehenge Drive, Fairfield Glade from 11 A.M. to 1 P.M. every Friday to receive donations for their thrift store.
Donations of clothing, small household goods, books, toys, holiday items, small furniture and small appliances will be accepted. If you have any questions, call Cumberland Good Samaritans at 484- 3225.
Softball for Seniors
There is Softball for Seniors every Monday and Thursday morning at Centennial Park in Crossville.
For details, please visit CrossvilleSeniorSoftball.com.
Single golfers wanted
Fairfield Glade Single golfers needed. Mixed group (men & women) plays golf every Saturday morning from April until October at one of Fairfield courses. Please call Judy at 931- 267- 2612 if interesed in joining us.
Stamp Club meets
The Upper Cumberland Stamp Club meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at the Fair Park Senior Center on Livingston Avenue in Crossville.
Meetings are from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Visitors welcome. For more information please contact Ray Kusmierski at 484- 3479
Dwelling in the Word
This is a way of reading the Scriptures whereby we gradually let go of our own agenda and open ourselves to what God wants to say to us.
This way of praying the Scriptures has been a fruitful source of growing in relationship with Christ. The Word of God is alive and active and will transform each of us if we open ourselves to receive what God wants to give us.
This drop- in group will meet at Robin Hood Park every Saturday at 4 PM. For more information, contact Linda LeBreux at [email protected] or 508 243- 3144.
Wood carvers meet
Anyone who is a wood carver or a wanna- be carver, is invited to join us on Thursday evenings, 5 to 7 P.M., at the Cumberland High School shop classroom.
Call 931- 788- 5329 for more information and directions.
Veterans meet monthly
The Sons of Confederate Veterans meet the third Thursday of each month at 6 P.M.
They meet in the basement of First Christian Church in Crossville, located on the corner of East 1st Street and Webb Ave.
They welcome anyone to visit with them at their meeting and are looking for new members.
TOPS meetings set
TOPS (Take off Pounds Sensibly) meets every Tuesday Morning at the First Farmers Bank (second floor) at 1251 North Main Street.
There is an elevator available if needed.
Weigh- in takes place from 8- 45 A.M. to 9- 45 A.M. and the meeting is from 10 to 11 A.M.
Come join them for an informative and friendly class!
For more info- Call Karla @ 931- 456- 6052
Kinseekers meetings set
Kinseekers of Fairfield Glade meets the 1st Thursday each month from 1 to 3- 00 in the Fellowship Hall of Fairfield Glade Community Church,521 Snead Drive. Everyone welcome. Use back- side parking lot and entrance.
Questions? Email [email protected]
Join the CCC Band
The Cumberland County Community Band is looking for new members. There are no auditions or dues.
If you have a love of band music and a willingness to attend weekly rehearsals, consider joining this fun group.
They practice at Stone Memorial High School each Tuesday at 6 P.M. For more information, please call 931- 287- 0234.
Calling All Clans
Celtic Circle, Americans celebrating their Irish, Scots, Scots- Irish and Welsh heritage meets the 1st Tuesday each month at the Christian Church of the Cumberlands, 1312 East 1st Street, Crossville from 6 to 7- 30. You don’t have to be Celtic to attend. For more info, email [email protected]
Glade group helps grieving families
The Compassionate Friends of Fairfield Glade, meets on the second Sunday of every month at the Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church at 3 P.M., in Room 6.
When a child dies, at any age, for any reason, the family suffers intense pain and may feel hopeless and isolated.
The Compassionate Friends offers friendship, understanding and hope to bereaved parents, siblings and grandparents when experiencing the death of a son or a daughter, a brother or a sister, or a grandchild and helps others better assist the grieving family.
TCF is a non- profit, self- help support organization. There is no religious affiliation and no membership dues or fees.
For further information call 287- 0042.
Dulcimores has new location on Saturdays
All those interested are invited to visit our weekly rehearsals at 10 A.M. on Saturdays at the Plateau Creative Art Center in Fairfield Glade.
Learn to play the dulcimer or bring other string instruments (such as guitars, mandolins, or banjos, etc.) to join in the fun. Since they occasionally alter our schedule, check with Helen Callis at 707- 8177 for details.
Grief support offered
The Grief Support Ministry sponsored by the Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church, 231 Westchester Dr., meets on Thursdays from 10 A.M. to 12 P.M. in Room 6.
The group is open to all members of the community who find themselves encountering grief due to the loss of a spouse, child, family member or friend.
The sessions include a video, workbook, and group discussion. For more information call 484- 3473, 456- 2494 or 931- 200- 1941.
Bible Study slated
CBS (community bible study is an interdenominational study available to all) will meet every Monday from 9- 30- 11- 30 A.M. at the United Methodist Church, 231 Westchester Ave. ROOM 6.
They will be studying the book of Deuteronomy. All are welcome. Call Marcia (931- 260- 9903) or Melba (941- 544- 5981)
Party Bridge slated
Please join us for Party Bridge every Wednesday from 12- 15 P.M. to 4 P.M. at the Fairfield Glade Community Church, 521 Snead Rd.
All are welcome. For more info, call 707- 7057
Photo workshop offered
The Photo Editing Workshop, a sub group of the Plateau Photography Club, meets the second Thursday of each month at 1 P.M.
Our meeting place is the lower level of the Fairfield Glade Library building. Members meet to discuss and demonstrate the various editing software programs available to enhance their photographs.
All skill levels are welcome. For more information contact- Ed Thornblade at 931- 456- 6020.
Memory Loss meetings
The Memory Loss Care Group meets at 11 A.M. the second Thursday of each month at the First Baptist Church – Music Center, Room 139. The church is located at 130 Towne Centre Way, behind Food City.
Please use the entrance on the porch side of the church.
The meeting is open to the community to provide helpful information and support for those facing memory loss and coping with various forms of dementia.
So whether you are a caregiver, have early memory impairment, concern for a loved one, neighbor or friend affected by dementia; we welcome you to join us as we walk this journey.
Contact Margaret Brant 931- 337- 9630 [email protected]
Zumba class suspended
The Zumba class that has been offered at the Fairfield Glade Multi- purpose Building on Tuesday mornings at 8 A.M. has been suspended indefinitely due to knee surgery.
If you have any questions, please call Julie @ 456- 4849
Meeting for Parkinsons and movement disorder
The Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder Support Group of Crossville/Fairfield Glade meets at 2- 30 P.M.on the first Tuesday of each month at Christ Lutheran Church, 481 Snead Drive.
For info, visit the website at ffg- parkinsons.com or contact Donna for more information at 248- 5101.
Motorcycle Enthusiasts Sought for fellowship
Any Motorcycle fans riding bikes capable of highway speeds, from Aprila’s to Zundapp’s, are invited to join our informal group of riders for planned rides, fun, and fellowship.
Safety is #1 with our group and we adhere to all Tn. rules of the road.
If interested, call Gregg at (931- 787- 8973 ) or e- mail ([email protected]) and leave your phone number and e- mail address, and you’ll be added to our notification list.
Plateau Corvette Club meets first Thursday
The Plateau Corvette Club invites all area Corvette owners to its monthly meetings held the first Thursday of every month at 5- 30 p.m.
The meeting is held at the Crossville Outlet Mall at 228 Interstate Drive.
For more information please contact [email protected] or visit the web site at plateaucorvetteclub.com.
Inspirational Writers meet fourth Monday
The Write Touch Inspirational Writers Group meets on the 4th Monday of every month at Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church at 9 A.M..
Interested writers are invited to attend. Published writers, novice writers and poets are a part of this group.
Come with your finished or unfinished work and be encouraged. For more information please call Ruth @ 456- 1244 or Bev @456- 4523 or write [email protected]
Want to Line Dance?
Beginning Line Dancing- Every Thursday at Library Building in Glade. 9 – 10 A.M.- Beginning Steps, 10 A.M. – noon- Beginning Dances (Every fourth Thursday class will be held in Room C, downstairs) $2.50 per hour. Contact 456- 1131
Traditional rug hooking
There is a meeting for traditional Rug Hooking- Meeting every third Thursday of the month at Methodist Church in Glade.
Come visit from 10 A.M. – 1 P.M. and try this creative art form.
Donations of wool fabric greatly appreciated. Contact 456- 6303.
Duplicate Bridge Players meet Tuesdays
Tuesday night Duplicate Bridge at the Community Church on Snead invites all non- life masters to join them to play from 6 to 9 P.M.
An enjoyable night of bridge is offered with free coffee and cookies.
If you have any questions? Call Paul at 931- 707- 1388.
Game Night for Singles
Single men and women who enjoy good, wholesome, Christian fun and fellowship, please join us.
Join them at Fairfield Glade United Methodist Church (231 Westchester Drive) on the second Monday of each month from 6 to 8 P.M. for game night in our Fellowship Hall. No religious affiliation required.
Business Networking group meets weekly
Area business people meet each Tuesday morning from 7- 30- 9- A.M. at the Cumberland Medical Center Wellness Complex at 130 Woodmere Mall.
Meetings begin with open networking followed by spotlights on two member businesses and referral passing.
Guests are welcome to attend two meetings before becoming a member.
For more information or directions, please contact Holly Hanson at (931) 456- 4910.
Support Group Slated
The Fairfield Glade Methodist Church invites all to attend the Support Group for caregivers or family members of Alzheimer’s patients.
The group meets the first Thursday of every month, from 12- 30 to 1- 30 P.M. at the Fairfield Glade Methodist Church located at 231 Westchester Dr.
In addition, an activities group for those experiencing Alzheimer’s meets at the same time as the Support Group.
Please enter the door at the Library entrance. For further information, call the church at 484- 3473.
The sessions are open to all in the community
CLC Grief Support Group meets Mondays
GriefShare, a special seminar and support group for people who are grieving the loss of someone close, meets every Monday from 10 A.M. – 12 P.M. at Christ Lutheran Church, 481 Snead Dr., Fairfield Glade Fellowship hall.
For more information, call Christ Lutheran Church at 931- 484- 7273.
What a ‘MESS’
The Machine Embroidery Sewing Sewciety, a social group dedicated to the joys of Machine Embroidery, is open to anyone with an interest in Machine Embroidery.
The group meets the second Wednesday of each month at the Christ Lutheran Church on Snead Dr. in Fairfield Glade at 9- 30 A.M.
Call Pat 456- 8584 for more info.
Plateau Writers club meeting Wednesdays
The Plateau Writers meet on the second Wednesday of each month at the Community Church in Fairfield Glade from 1 to 3 P.M.
For more information call Joyce Cohen 707- 1572.
Meeting to become a Ham Radio Operator
It’s not as difficult as you might think.
The Cumberland Plateau Amateur Radio Club invites you to visit one of our upcoming monthly meetings.
We meet in Crossville on the second Tuesday of each month at 7- 30 pm. For more information, call (931) 456- 0408 or visit us at www.cparc.net. New to the area or a licensed Ham? Come check us out.
SAM (Single Adult Ministries) invites all local singles to its weekly Coffee,Tea and Company time, each Wednesday from 9 to 11 A.M. in the Library (first entrance) of Fellowship Baptist Church, 12 Westminster Court.
Qualifications- 25 or older, single, not in ‘living together’ relationship.
Call Sharon, 456- 0634. or Emily, 931- 456- 1409.
Storytelling Guild meets at Fair Park
The Cumberland Mountain Storytelling Guild meets the second Monday of each month at the Fair Park Senior Center in Crossville.
Meetings begin at 6 P.M. with members sharing stories.
For info, call Mike Roe at 788- 2803.