Community Clubs

LiveDAYBREAK clubs provide opportunities for residents to share hobbies and interests. Sanctioned Daybreak clubs benefit from utilizing meeting space at the Community Center once per month at no charge as well as being advertised on the LiveDAYBREAK website with contact information.
In order to become a club, residents must submit a simple request form to the Board of Directors for official approval.
  • Club members must be Daybreak Residents.
  • Club request must consist of 5 residents who are interested in creating a club
  • Clubs must advance at least one of the LiveDAYBREAK pillars.
  • Clubs may not be associated with any business or for-profit entity.
  • Clubs may be limited to special interests or age.
  • Clubs may not prohibit membership or participation based on village or residence location within Daybreak.

Club Request Form

Club Funding

We’re rolling out a new initiative for clubs to be funded here in Daybreak! All clubs must meet the following criteria in order to funded. The form must be turned in before monthly Board meetings in order to be approved.

  • Must be an official club.
  • How will the funds be used?
  • Does the club meet at least two or three of the LiveDAYBREAK pillars which are, (connectivity, Lifelong Learning, Embracing Arts and Diversity, Healthy Living/or Giving back?
  • Have a regular attendance of club attendees on a monthly basis.
Club Funding Form

LiveDAYBREAK Community  Clubs

Cub Scout Pack 7 of Daybreak Club
Est Oct 2020
Meets weekly at the Sagewood at Daybreak Retirement Community
Cub Scout Pack 7 is the place to be for BOYS and GIRLS from kindergarten through 5th grade who love all kinds of fun activities, such as Pinewood cars, day camps, crafts. skits, field trips, and stuff!
→ For details, contact Tara Thomas at (916) 932-6543 or email her at scouting@sfvnetworks.com

Daybreak Flying Club
Est  Jan 2020
Meetings, field trips, promotion of aviation, and networking with others of similar interests.
This Club is for anyone interested in the matters of aviation including pilots, mechanics, engineers, and the general population.
→ For details, contact John Hanks at 702-232-1045 or johndhanksr@gmail.com.

Daybreak Beer Club  

Est. April 2017
Meets once per month
A Daybreak club that brings together those who have an appreciation for beer.
→ For details, contact Lisa Radke at 801-244-4441 or lisasellssaltlake@gmail.com or visit their Facebook Page.

Daybreak Community Garden Club
Est. March 2016
Meets the last Thursday of each month at the DCC at 7 pm
→ For details, contact Shelley Brooks or Leisa Switzer at daybreakgardenclub@gmail.com or visit their Facebook page.

 Daybreak Dance Club

Est. October 2018
Meets every 1st Tuesday at 8:30 pm in the DCC.
→For details, visit their Facebook page.

Daybreak D&D Club
Est. 2019
Daybreak Community Center once a month
The club will gather monthly to learn and enjoy the classic Dungeons and Dragons game of imagination and creativity. 
→For details, contact Steven Weeks at 435-757-7677 or email him at stevendkweeks@gmail.com

Daybreak for Diversity & Inclusion Club
Est Oct 2020
For Meeting Times Refer to Daybreak for Diversity & Inclusion Facebook page for more info (due to COVID-19, meetings/discussions will be virtual until safe to resume).
Encourages and facilitates further diversity and inclusion in Daybreak through a variety of ways, including events, fundraisers, educational initiatives, etc. - and by promoting an open, respectful, and POSITIVE dialogue around the topics of diversity and inclusivity. A group where differences are celebrated. Open to ALL residents, families, adults, kiddos, and allies who believe that differences in our community should be celebrated, voices matter, and equality is for everyone.
→ For details, contact Vanessa Janak at 801-644-8478 or email her at vjanak@outlook.com

Daybreak Empty Nesters

Est January 2020
Monthly meeting at Garden Park Clubhouse
Will meet for fellowship, activities, entertainment, service, and social life.
→For details, contact Sharon Cassidy at 435-730-6761 or email her at dscassidy65@gmail.com

Daybreak Global Families Club
Est. October 2016
The purpose of this group is to create global awareness and connect Daybreak residents who are either born, live, work or travel abroad.
We only have two requirements: 1) Your family must have at least one individual who speaks another language besides English and 2) Have lots of FUN!
→For details visit their Facebook page or contact Sil at silhoggan@gmail.com

Daybreak Lip Rippers Club 
Est. May 2015
→ For details, contact Roger Kirkman at 801-560-4671 or imtgitc@gmail.com, or visit their Facebook page.

Daybreak Page Turners Reading Club
Est. 2004
Meets every 3rd Tuesday at 6:00 pm in the DCC.
→For details visit their Facebook Group.

Daybreak Sewing & Quilting Club
Est. March 2018
Meets every 3rd Wednesday of each month at the DCC 6-8 pm
A sewing and quilting club designed to help one another learn new sewing and quilting skills. All skill levels are welcome to attend.
→ For details, contact Lorene Thompson at 801-556-1404, lorene.thompson@gmail.com or visit the Daybreak Sewing and Quilting Facebook page

Daybreak Singers Company
Est. September 2019
Singers Companyis a non-competitive performing group for elementary-age girls. The goal is to provide a fun environment to inspire young girls with confidence through music and dance.
→For details contact Janelle Kendrick at 801-815-0200, JanelleKendrick@singerscompany.com or visit Daybreak.SingersCompany.com

Daybreak Tabletop Gamers
Est. 2015
Meet together to play various types of tabletop games including board games, card games, etc.
This club brings Daybreak residents together to play a variety of board games and card games every month. Come to play your favorite games as well as learn, share, compete, bond, and above all, have fun with fellow gaming enthusiasts from our community!
→Additional information is available on the Facebook page

Daybreak Tennis Club

Est. April 2017
Meets once per month
The Daybreak Tennis club is meant for residents that are interested in playing tennis socially and getting to know their neighbors who share the same interest. Tennis is a fun sport that can be enjoyed from early childhood well into retirement age. Look for tennis social events, leagues and other fun activities.
→ For details, contact Dustin Grant at 336-601-7048 or dgrant@ros eman.edu

Daybreak Walking Club
Est. 2011
→ For details, visit their Facebook page.

Daybreak Wine Club
Est. 2004
Meets 3rd Saturday of each month
→ For details, contact Erin Mead or Lisa Radke through their Facebook Page.

Daybreak Yacht Club
Est October 2019
The Daybreak Yacht Club is intended for residents who are interested in Model Sailboats and getting to know their neighbors who share the same interest.  
→ For details, contact Joe Larkin at 801-865-7946 or joelarkinnorth@gmail.com

Plant-Based Daybreak
Est February 2020
Club will meet monthly - meet up time is TBD
Whether you're a pro an eating 100% Whole Foods Plant-Based or whether you're just wanting to add a few meals a week of more healthy, compassionate and conscientious food to your diet, this is the place for you! Let's share education, inspiration, recipes, and support in making healthier choices. We hope to have a monthly potluck with alternating activities such a film screening and discussions, cooking demos, speakers and more.
→ For details, contact Raquel Lubbers at 801-505-8681 or raquel.lubbers@gmail.com 
→ Feel free to join their Facebook Page.

Scouts BSA Troop 7 for Boys Club
Est Oct 2020
Meets weekly at the Sagewood at Daybreak Retirement Community
The purpose of the club is for boys 11-17 who love all kinds of outdoor activities, such as camping and hiking, who want to learn first aid, camp cooking, knot tying, and leadership skills. Do you want to earn merit badges, rank advancements, and activity patches? Do you want the chance to serve your community and become a better citizen?
→ For details, contact Tara Thomas at (916) 932-6543 or email her at scouting@sfvnetworks.com

Scouts BSA Troop 7 for Girls Club
Est Oct 2020
Meets weekly at the Sagewood at Daybreak Retirement Community
The purpose of the club is for GIRLS 11-17 who love all kinds of outdoor activities, such as camping and hiking, who want to learn first aid, camp cooking, knot tying, and leadership skills. Do you want to earn merit badges, rank advancements, and activity patches? Have you always wanted to be an Eagle Scout like your brother or dad or granddad? Now is your chance! Do you want the opportunity to serve your community and become a better citizen? 
→ For details, contact Tara Thomas at (916) 932-6543 or email her at scouting@sfvnetworks.com

Soda Road Cycling Club
Est Jan 2020
Meets once a month
The purpose of the club is to have organized bike rides, social gatherings, and team sponsored rides.
→ For details, contact Kara Allen at 801-680-1544 or kallen129@outlook.com

SUP Daybreak - Stand Up Paddle Board Club

Est. July 2012
The SUP Daybreak Club is a social stand up paddleboard club for residents of Daybreak. We meet up for group paddles and parties.
We use Facebook to communicate with our gatherings. Activities can be found in the Discussion feed and events are listed under the ‘Event’ Tab. SUP Daybreak Club on Facebook SUP SUNDAY: Sunday Afternoons- come meet up at North Shore for friends and family day on the beach. Meet up time is loose and weather dependent. Weekly communications with details can be found on our Facebook Group page.
→ For details, contact Heather Menzer at supdaybreak@outlook.com.

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