Club Portal Joyce/Ann Test

Club Portal Joyce/Ann Test

Please note that Fearrington Village ClubsSeparate Fearrington Village Organizations and Outside Community Groups are listed under separate headings below.

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Village Residents who participate in the Adopt A Highway program meet monthly (usually on the fourth Saturday depending upon the weather) to remove litter along route 15-501 from Weathersfield to Village Way and continue along Morris road. We meet at the Gathering Place parking lot, distribute bags, pickers and vests and gloves ,if needed. In the late spring and summer we meet at 7:30 or 8:00,depending upon weather and 9:00 during the fall and winter. The leader will make assignments for the volunteers and the team heads out. The pick up usually lasts for a couple of hours, depending on the number of volunteers. Help keep North Carolina and particularly the approaches to Fearrington Village free of litter.

Contact Gene Rogers if you want to join the team.


Jane Ross – 919-619-6534

Meets on third Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. at McIntyre’s Book Store. New members welcome.


Artist Studios at Fearrington Village is a group of more than 50 visual artists who live and work in Fearrington Village and Galloway Ridge. We welcome all residents who create art or fine crafts to become a member. Our goal is to promote Fearrington Village as an art destination where artists live and create in a supportive community. Monthly art salons encourage artists to meet, share their artwork, and learn from one another. Events are held throughout the year to promote and sell our artwork. ASFV’s annual open studio tour, held in the Spring, draws visitors from across the state and is a favorite event for local art lovers and their guests. Several ASFV artists open their studios by appointment throughout the year and hold art classes. Check out our website at

To join or receive ASFV notices email Leslie Palmer at


Try your skills before joining. Membership includes regular play all year long and participation in the Chatham County Senior Games. Annual dues are $20.00. Men and women are currently playing on Tuesday and Thursday at 1:00 p.m. in winter and 10:00 a.m. in the remainder of the year. It’s an easy game to play and a great way to experience the outdoors.

Contact Joe Mottola for information at 919-542-4636 .


A partnership of Fearrington residents wishing to improve their knowledge of investing. All partners are encouraged and expected to take a lively interest in the affairs of the club. Prospective members are invited to join us as guests. We typically meet on the second Friday of each month at 9:30 AM. 

For more information, please call Anna Shearer, President at 703- 217-0322.


Play poker for enjoyment and good fellowship. Meets: Monday, 7 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

David Chapman (919-542-3164).


If you enjoy the comraderie of group cycling, you are invited to join FMOB-Fearrington Men on Bicycles. Despite the name, women are more than welcomed, as are riders from other areas. Our rides last between 1.5 to 2.5 hours and we cover between 25 and 40 miles on country roads. Most important is that we nearly always share an after-ride coffee to discuss life in general. We stop and regroup, if necessary, along the way; NO ONE IS EVER DROPPED OR LEFT BEHIND. Safety is of utmost importance and we try to ride scenic and quiet roads. Most often we start at Fearrington Village, but other starting point are also used. Rides are typically organized on-line the day before and are, of course, dependent on the weather.

For more information contact George Erickcek /, (919-200-5821).


Informal dinners are held two to three times a year on specified dates in host homes for great conversation and fun. This neighbor-to-neighbor project attracts repeat long-time and new Fearrington residents. Volunteer hosts select the entree, coffee and tea, and coordinate guest-provided side dishes, appetizers, salads, and desserts. BYOB is de rigueur to accompany appetizers and dinner. Guests are assigned to hosts based on host dining-table capacity, attempts to accommodate dietary limitations, and mixing guests from different neighborhoods. Dinner events and deadlines for guest signups are announced well in advance in the FHA Newsletter.

Doug Rhodes,, 919-200-8650.


Our group welcomes all Fearrington residents who have connections to or interest in Duke University. We generally meet several times throughout the year to enjoy a variety of Duke-centered events, including gatherings that are purely social, as well as those where we hear noteworthy speakers or watch basketball games in a near-by restaurant or private home.

For more information or to receive email notifications of upcoming events, please contact Betsy Bogle at 919-545-3027 or or Sally Campbell at 919-533-6308 or


The Fearrington Duplicate Bridge Club meets Wednesdays at 1 p.m. This club belongs to the American Contract Bridge League and has its own registered director. Group generally plays 24 boards. Games are stratified so that novices as well as more experienced players can compete.

Contact Dianne Hale, 828-460-4270, or email


The Fearrington Boys’ Club is a men’s luncheon group that meets on the second Thursday of the month, except during the July and August. We share a glass of wine, followed by good food, good conversation and random seating to promote fellowship. The club, founded in 1980, does not have any speakers or dues. Reservation and payment for lunch is required the Monday before the meeting.

If you are interested, have questions and for information regarding payment etc. contact Jon Pitcher at 919-355-2868 or or Douglas Stewart at 919-338-2484 or


A non-profit organization funded by Fearrington residents to provide support, services, and programs for residents of Fearrington. Fearrington Cares, through its volunteers and staff, exists to provide information, services and activities that foster the health, well-being and independence of the residents of Fearrington Village.


We look forward to welcoming you for the 27th season of exciting concert music performances held in the Gathering Place, Sunday at 3 p.m. The subscription price for the series of six concerts is $75 per person. Walk-ins are welcome ($20 each) as space permits.

Fearrington Democratic Club


The Fearrington Democratic Club provides opportunities for Fearrington and Galloway Ridge residents to hear and discuss issues of political and social concern involving Democratic Party candidates and officeholders, and experts from academic and non-profit organizations. We also encourage and support participation in public affairs.

For more information or to receive e-mail notifications of meetings and events of interest, contact or Chris Kaman at 919-260-6119.


Do you like dogs? Would you like to learn more about their behavior, health and culture? Education is the goal of our new Fearrington Dog Club getting underway in early in 2022. Our plans are to feature trainers and other canine experts talking about a variety of topics. Join us at The Gathering Place, 7 pm, on the 3rd Thursday of the month. Check The Belted Gazette and for details of upcoming meetings.

Contact Ann Melchior at if you wish to become a member.


Mah Jongg, a tile game of skill and luck, is very popular at Fearrington. To bring Village Mah Jongg lovers together, the Fearrington Dragons was formed. The Dragons meet monthly on the second Saturday of the month from 1 to 4 p.m., at the Gathering Place. National Mah Jongg League rules are followed and participants are asked to bring their current Mah Jongg cards. Knowledge of the game is required although there are accommodations for those preferring to play at a slower pace. To be afforded an opportunity to play with various opponents, players rotate to different tables hourly. Water and snacks are provided (when allowed by COVID guidelines). Membership is $25 yearly; the year begins in September. Space is limited.

If you are interested, please contact Mary Donna Pond at or call 919-542-3452.