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Lake Barcroft has numerous clubs and other organizations of special interests.

Barcrofters is a social club for Lake Barcroft Women.  The Club's mission is simply fun, food and friends.  Members host brunches, luncheons and occassionaly afternoon teas on the first Thursday of the month from September through May.  The year concludes with the June celebration:  a barge party that includes partners and spouses.

The Newcomers' Club is a diverse, casual and fun group. It is a great way to make new friends, get to know the neighborhood and community, and participate in Lake Barcroft activities and social events. Membership is open to all Lake Barcroft residents, whether you've been here for a month, a year or a decade.

The Lake Barcroft Woman's Club is open to all women in the community. The club has educational and social events for members and sponsors several major seasonal events open to the entire community. Proceeds from fund-raising events go to targeted local charities.

The Lake Barcroft Art League (LBAL) – Organized as a social forum for Lake Artists to meet on a monthly basis to share their art with other artists in the community.  Each month several artists present and discuss their recent work.  Future plans for the League include organizing exhibitions and sales for LB artists.  All Lake Barcroft artists and artisans are encouraged to join. Call Louise Ziebell (703-256-2734) or Jennifer Talati (703-845-3434) for more information.

GLOB – Gays & Lesbians of Barcroft is an informal group for gays, lesbians and their friends and families that meets monthly at members’ homes. Most of our gatherings are casual pot luck events but we have expanded to include other fun occasions. If interested in events/gatherings/information for GLOB, to please use our email us at werglob@gmail.com.

Lake Barcroft Village is a non-profit organization comprised of neighbors who are devoted to helping seniors "age in place" and remain in their own homes rather than move to a retirement community.

A separate section has been created for the various Performing Arts on the Lake.