The Pine Mountain Archers is a new club in PMC. Everyone is welcome, whether you’re an experienced archer or would like to learn. The club membership meets the first Wednesday of the month at 5 p.m. in the Pool Pavilion. All interested archers are welcome to attend. Information on archery and equipment will be discussed at the Aug. 1 meeting. The club offers lessons and will be planning club tournaments during the year. To join, you must be a PMCPOA property owner in good standing or renter/guest with assigned privileges. The annual dues, $15/single or $20/family for the fiscal year, cover the liability insurance. You may sign up at the Clubhouse. For more information, call Ron Cressey at 242-1337.
Pine Mountain Gardeners
The “Pine Mountain Gardeners” meet in the Pool Pavilion on the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Dues for the club are $25.00 per year per adult member.
The main goal and purpose of the “Pine Mountain Gardeners” is to plan, fund, build and plant a community garden project for PMC. The name for the garden is “Heirloom Community Garden,” and the location will be east of the playground area in Lampkin Park. The plan is to grow organic and heirloom vegetables, herbs and edible flowers. In addition, native and ornamental plants will be used on the exterior and interior of the enclosed garden area.
The Club works closely with Mil Potrero Mutual Water Company to use water-saving irrigation techniques and rainwater catchment. The vision for this project is to enhance sustainability, and to be a model to other communities.
PMCPOA members are invited to join the “Pine Mountain Gardeners.” Checks should be made out to PMCPOA for $25.00, with "Pine Mountain Gardeners” membership on the memo line. Checks can be dropped off at the Clubhouse office window. Donations are also appreciated. For more information, contact Erik Sluyter at 242-6960.
The Scrappers Quilt Guild
The PMC Quilters Guild is the largest club of its type in the area. Boasting nearly 100 members, the Guild is very active. They meet several times throughout the month and include charitable projects in their stitching and chatting time.
Second Wednesday of the Month
Quilt Workshops . 9 am - 3 pm . Pool Pavilion
Fourth and Fifth Wednesday of the Month
Comfort Zone Quilting . 9 am - 3 pm . Pool Pavilion
First Thursday of the Month
Quilt Guild Business Meeting . 6:30 pm . Pool Pavilion
Quilt & Chat . 9 am - 3 pm . Pool Pavilion.
The White Sage Lace Guild
The only Guild of its kind in Kern County. The group meets every Monday in the Pool Pavilion from 9 am to about 3 pm. The Guild welcomes all levels of crafters, from the least seasoned to the most advanced. Its goal is to revive a beautiful old tradition and share the work with all who are interested.
PMC Bridge Club
Serious card players and less-than-serious are welcome. This is one club you don’t need to join; just show up and play.
Meets in the Condor Room or Lounge
Mondays 1 – 4:30 pm
Wednesdays 1 – 4:30 pm
The Tennis Club
The Pine Mountain Tennis Club was founded more than 20 years ago by a group of tennis lovers. If you love to play tennis and want to meet and make new friends, consider joining this eclectic, fun loving group. Please see the “Tennis Courts” section under “Recreation” on this site for more information.
The Golf Club
Pine Mountain Golf Club was formed to stimulate interest in the game of golf at PMC, to promote the game of golf in the true spirit of the honorable traditions, to enforce uniformity in the rules, to maintain a uniform system of handicapping and to afford a convenient and authoritative body to govern tournaments and other golfing events at PMC. For details, please see the “Golf Course” section of “Recreation” on this site.
The Sierra Club/Condor Group
Pine Mountain Club has an active chapter of The Sierra Club called "The Condor Group." This group meets regularly for hikes and presentations with potluck meals. Meetings are generally the first Saturday of the month on even months from 5 to 9 p.m. in the Pool Pavilion. For more information, call Mary Ann Lockhart at 242-0432. To link to the local Sierra Club website, please click here.