When living in an area full of fun activities, events and summer weather year round, it is easy to find exciting, new ways to stay connected in your community if you just take a moment to look around. We have done the research for you to find clubs, classes and organizations to keep you trying new things and meeting new people while having fun and learning more about what your community has to offer. Here are the top 5 activities we found to help you stay connected in and around Hernando County:

  1. Classic Books Discussion Group

Do you enjoy classic books and classic literature? If so, your Hernando County Public Library has a book discussion group for you!

  1. Weeki Wachee Anglers

The Weeki Wachee Anglers is a family-oriented fishing and social club that meets at 6:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month

  1. Historic Hernando Preservation Society

Historic Hernando Preservation Society is dedicated to the preservation of historic and prehistoric sites as well as important historical structures throughout “OLD HERNANDO COUNTY” Florida

  1. The Spring Hill Camera Club

Local photographers! The Spring Hill Camera Club is open to local photographers and visitors. The first meeting of the month is a business meeting followed by a photography related program. The second meeting is a monthly competition featuring color and monochrome prints and digital images

  1. Socrates Café At the Library

If you enjoy lively debate and discussion then the Hernando County Library’s new program Socrates Cafe is for you!

The residents at GlenLakes know the importance of staying connected as a community. With the Club House as social hub for friends and family, there are so many ways to turn your neighbors into friends when living at GlenLakes. Not only do we have many ways to stay connected internally, we have the luxury of being located next to all of the action where these organizations and clubs take place. The opportunities are endless when living at GlenLakes.  To see what the lifestyle is all about, click here.

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