Mizner Falls

Clubs & Activities

The mission of the Mizner Falls Book Group is to provide residents with an opportunity to engage in lively, facilitated discussion about a recommended book that members have read. Each month the group selects a book for the upcoming meeting – generally a novel that has received favorable literary reviews or been highly recommended. The goal is to address a variety of themes, cultures and historical periods over the course of the year. 

A winter club that provides an informal, friendly and supportive environment for photographers of all levels of experience.  Whether you use a Smart phone or a DSLR camera, the club encourages creativity, vision and techniques to raise your photography to a higher level.  We share ideas and knowledge with each other and help promote interest in photography throughout the community.  Photographs will be exhibited in the Messenger and on the website. The club meets twice a month in the Ballroom.  Field trips and photo-walks will be scheduled throughout the season.
In the past, Club Italia has brought a little Italian flair into Mizner Falls. Our events have always been a success, not only bringing Italian culture, but also presenting other European countries’ cultures with delizioso (delicious) food, molto (much) dancing and vivace (lively) entertainment. All are welcome; you don't have to be Italian to come to our events and join in the fun.
Creativity, fun and saving money. Create your own one of a kind design for necklaces, bracelets and more. You can bring your own or select our beads. 
The mission of the Jewish Heritage Club (JHC) is to offer programs that provide Mizner Falls’ residents and their guests, affiliated with the Jewish faith, the opportunity to share and reinforce their Jewish heritage. Programs offered feature traditional Jewish content in keeping with today's lifestyles and interests. Monthly programs offered to date have included presentations on the Holocaust, Anne Frank, the rescue of Syrian Jews, the attempted assassination of Hitler, the Israeli Defense Force, Klezmer and cantorial concerts and a Chanukah barbeque for members and their visiting grandchildren. In addition, the Club has sponsored trips to places of Jewish interest such as the Miami Holocaust Museum and JAFCO and has donated funds and food to JAFCO and the Caridad Center. The JHC also sponsors monthly films of Jewish content at no charge to members and their guests.
The mission of the Men's Club is to provide an opportunity for men to interact with other men in the community and make  new friends. We offer a variety of interesting and enjoyable activities in which to participate, both inside and outside the community. We meet for breakfast or lunch on pre-announced Sunday's each month at 10:30 a.m. The meeting time may vary to accommodate our guest speakers and other clubs' events. We always welcome suggestions for meeting agendas. Meetings have featured sports figures, coaches, players and even sports trivia contests. We also have had tech talks, digital camera presentations and speakers on history, economics, law, automobiles and NASA.  A few times each year, spouses and significant others are invited to attend our meetings when the topics presented are considered to be of interest to the entire community.
The club holds various social events throughout the year to bring together all members of the community. Past events have included dinner and dancing, wine tastings, barbecues, and comedy shows.  All social functions are organized by a team of Mizner Falls’ residents who volunteer their time to hire entertainment, select and purchase food and decorations, set up the ballroom, etc.
The Women’s Club of Mizner Falls was formed about 20 years ago and as of now, we have a membership of 100 women. Not only do we get to see friends and neighbors we know well, but it also serves as a wonderful way for new residents to meet and mingle and become a part of our warm and caring community. We meet once a month from November thru May on Wednesdays.  Our programs are always fun and interesting. Who can forget our Two Chefs from Aprons, cooking & entertaining us, our high tea and our wonderful Fashion Show Luncheon with professional models representing the beautiful boutiques in the area?  We toured the magnificent Wick Theatre Broadway Costume Museum; it was breathtaking especially when our girls wore the exhibition’s beautiful hats and our pictures were in our Messenger newsletter. And let’s not forget our day trip to Gulf Stream Casino with gambling, shopping and, of course, lunch. We have Bingo nights with prizes.  For our final function, we teamed up with the Men’s Club to present a Mother’s Day, Father’s Day celebration held at the beautiful Indian Spring Country
Club for a lavish Sunday brunch.
Games & Sports
How many times have you sat in the house on a beautiful Florida day and you have felt like something was missing? I have the solution for you, Bocce Ball! When you play this game, you are experiencing a game that has been played for centuries. It is very stress relieving, but at the same time, challenging enough to keep you entertained for hours on end. Bocce ball is a simple game. It’s my hope that we can get our whole community involved. You should have no problem pulling yourself away from your TV or other indoor activities for an hour or two.
Bocce is an ancient game similar to lawn bowling. It is played on a court, which in our case, measures 11' wide by 17' long.  The game can be played by as few as 2 and as many as 8 players, divided into 2 teams.  The equipment consists of a small golf-sized ball called the Pallina and 8 grapefruit-sized ball, 4 of one color and 4 or another.  We choose teams each day by random draw.  The team member selected to go first throws the Pallina a fair distance, between a white marker and the far end of the court.  They follow that up with their team-colored all, with the object of getting their ball closest to the Pallina as possible.  A member of the opposing team will then through their color ball, trying to get it closer to the Pallina than their opposing team member's ball.  This continues until all the balls are thrown.  The ball or balls (of the same color) closest to the Pallina scores a point or points.  The score is then registered on a score board adjacent to the court.  We choose to use 11 points as the winning count.  Bocce in Italian means Kiss.  That is what you want to do to the Pallina, just kiss the ball with yours but not knock it away.
Every Thursday at 1 pm in the Clubhouse
Every Wednesday at 12 pm in the Men’s Card Room.
All are welcome
Pickle Ball is a paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. It’s a fun sport combining many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Join us every Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. Beginners as well as advanced players are welcome. All equipment will be provided. Wear comfortable clothes. Join us  for the social aspects as well as a great way to start an exercise regimen!
Every Monday and Thursday at 12 pm in the Men’s Card Room.
Every Tuesday at 6:30 pm in the Men’s Card Room.