ZaCSA Groups are another way to participate in ZaCSA — and simply have fun! Here is a list of groups meeting on a monthly or quarterly basis:

ZaCSA Wine Group
Join the ZaCSA Wine Group: JOIN on FaceBook

ZaCSA Bunco Group
Join the ZaCSA Bunco Group: JOIN on FaceBook

Line Dancing hosted by Longhorn Saloon Friendship Group
2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month
6:30pm – 7:30pm
Camp Zama Community Club, Firelight Lounge
Instructor Yoko Kizaki and Group Leader, Toshio Miura, host this line dancing group on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday each month at the Firelite Lounge (Zama Community Club) beginning at 6:30p.m.. The best part is they give FREE dance lessons on these nights! You don’t have to make prior reservations or have any dancing skills, just come and enjoy. The music is a variety of fun tracks that is conducive to line dancing… country, pop, classic. The group is excited to see new faces and teach new moves. The only requirements are to wear something comfortable and bring your best “let’s do this” attitude! Can we also say that this is a neat way to fulfill a resolution to do more exercise? See you on the dance floor!


ZaCSA Lunch Bunch
Join the Lunch Bunch: JOIN on FaceBook

ZaCSA Lunch Bunch is a group for Zama Community Spouses’ Association members who are interested in finding new and interesting places to eat out while living in Japan. Any existing group member can add a member or approve a request to join. The gatherings should typically be scheduled for the last week of the month, usually for lunches, at a place chosen by a group member.

Don’t be apprehensive about creating an event! Inquire with the restaurant you are interested in about reservations (suggest you make reservations), pick the date and time, and create the event on the facebook group.

Join Piecemakers: JOIN on FaceBook

2nd and 4th Friday of Each Month
10:00am – 2:00pm
Religious Education Center (REC)

Piecemakers is also open to other types of crafters who wish to bring in DIY or Pinterest projects. There are knowledgeable members who can guide you on where to find help or materials. Don’t we wish it were as easy as going to JoAnn’s or Hobby Lobby?! Kei and Naomi would like to see the group grow with quilters who will help support the program as spouses PCS every year. They would like to encourage anyone who wants to learn to sew to stop by and give them a little bit of time as it can lead you to a wonderful new hobby.


If you are interested in starting a ZaCSA Special Interest Group, we are here for support! Contact us at: