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With a variety of clubs and social groups meeting in and around Montclair, there's something to pique everyone's interests.


Business Women of Prince William County is a monthly open networking meeting for women in Prince William County comprised of more than 250 women in the area featuring round table introductions, a brief program and a 50/50 drawing. They host monthly featured speakers and presentations of interest to businesswomen. They meet on the third Friday of the month, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Montclair Country Club. Dutch treat lunch. Convenes promptly at 11:30 a.m. Menu selections are sent to the kitchen at 11:45 a.m. Contact Teresa Giltner for reservations at or



Homeschool group. Meets in 4 local churches in Woodbridge, one day per week. A group of parents that use the classical education model, modeled by trained tutors and leaders, for K4-12th grade students. CC offers a full academic program with weekly science experiments, rotating fine arts, oral presentation skills, and classical academics for elementary and 6 seminars for middle/high school, all within a Christian community of families that offer a Biblical world view and a full array of social activities. Contact Director and Montclair resident Tara Pedersen for more information at

The Garden Club of Montclair | Garden Club of Montclair Facebook Page 


Is a non-profit organization established in 1975 to stimulate interest and enjoyment in gardening and share gardening methods to better beautify our homes and community. Meetings are generally held the fourth Wednesday of each month. Meetings include informative speakers, Garden tours and demonstrations.  We have picked fields of flowers from Purcellville to Tappahannock, participated in floral arranging and Holidays greens workshops, and we always find the best restaurants!

Our annual plant sale proceeds support numerous projects and organizations, such as American Horticultural Society, National and State Arboretums, American Forests, World Gardening, Garden Conservancy, Scholarship Funds, Youth Education and Save-the-Bay Project.  

The club has maintained the Montclair Firehouse #17 garden, the interior Secret Garden at the Prince William County Senior Care Center in the Ferlazzo Building and established Montclair’s Blue Star Memorial Garden next to the MPOA Building. We welcome all who are interested in joining our group of happy gardeners.



The Montclair Flotilla is a social group of Montclairian's who love Lake Montclair and who live in Montclair, Virginia. Members of the Flotilla meet in the middle of Lake Montclair for monthly happy hours during the summer. On our official Facebook page, members engage in conversations about the lake and any activity that takes place on or around it. It's also a support group where members talk about and seek advice on boating, swimming, fishing and anything else related to Lake Montclair. Members of the flotilla report on concerns and suspicious activity occurring on the lake, share great fishing spots, update each other on lake conditions and water temperature and help each other with boat-to-boat towing and battery swaps. The Montclair Flotilla sponsors and hosts various events on the lake, are advocates for boating and swimming safety and gives tours of the lake for those who are elderly and disabled. For more information on the group and to request to join, visit the Montclair Flotilla Facebook Group.



The Montclair Lions meet the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of most months at the Montclair Country Club. An open invitation exists for anyone who would like to join us in Lions fellowship and community service. Additional information about Montclair Lions activities is available at the website above.



A Facebook group where mothers in Montclair, VA can discuss local events, neighborhood on goings, parenting and family life, and plan events including (but not limited to) play dates, walking groups and neighborhood get togethers.  Montclair Mom group members share local favorites, have been known to lend a much-needed ingredient or last-minute item (saving a trip to the store), and the group includes a lot of friendly online chatter!! IMPORTANT NOTE for PROSPECTIVE MEMBERS: When applying to join, please ensure Facebook settings allow for 'non friends' to send a message; also, look for a Facebook message from an admin - be sure to check the "Other" message mailbox. All prospective members are messaged soon after they request to join the group.



Do you work in DC and "slug" as a driver or rider from Montclair (or considering it)? Would you prefer direct trips to the Pentagon, Capitol Hill, or downtown, avoiding the long lines at the 234 Commuter Lot (AM) or Pentagon (PM). Consider joining the Montclair Slug Line Facebook group, where riders and drivers are working to create dedicated lines serving Montclair, saving both drivers and riders time and money. Search "Montclair Slug Line" in Facebook to join. 



These groups are not official groups of the Montclair Property Owners Association. To submit your group for this page, email with group information.

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