Robson Ranch Creative Arts

Happy Potters Pottery Club
If you would like to play in the clay, then join the group of Happy Potters. Explore your creative side and see what you can make from a bag of clay on the pottery wheel or the slab roller.


Kiln Krafters Ceramic Club
Members create beautiful works of art as well as useful home and garden items. They have over 800 molds for members to pour and 3 kilns to fire their creations. New members will be taught how to pour and painting techniques. You will need to allow 3 to 4 hours minimum to pour molds. A normal annual user fee is charged to pay for supplies, as well as a very small pouring and firing fee. Come join the fun!


Paint & Palette Club
Come learn more about your creative side and take some art lessons at the Creative Arts & Technology Center. A fee will be charged by the instructors.


Robson Ranch Railroaders Model Railroad Club
The Robson Ranch Railroaders Model Railroad Club is open to all residents of Robson Ranch, Texas. If you own a model railroad, are building a model railroad, or just like to run trains, this is the club for you. Trains are no fun stored in boxes or collecting dust in the attic. Club members have the expertise to help you set them up and get them running.


Robson Ranch Scrapbooking Group
This group encourages residents and guests to bring their current scrapbooking project and to work on it alongside other scrapbookers. For those who are new to scrapbooking or who need assistance in planning and carrying out a project, assistance is provided. From time to time, they provide instructional activities, announcing them in advance to all Robson Ranch residents. There are no dues, nor reservations required.


Robson Ranch Woodworkers
The Woodworker’s shop is located in the Creative Arts & Technology Center. The club was formed in 2008 to promote community woodworking skills. The complete woodworking machine shop is available to all residents who complete a safety class with “hands-on” training on the safe operation of all machines in the shop. A nominal annual “user fee” is required to replace and sharpen tools and supplies that are used. Residents of every range of skills are encouraged to join, both men and women, as Mentors are available to give you ideas for projects, and help you learn how to do them.


Sassy Stampers
Robson Ranch Stampers create quality greeting cards for all occasions. The cards have unique features – they “POP,” slide, move, and sparkle. They delight people of all ages. Gift items made include bookmarks, notepad covers, gift bags, and ornaments. The club is open to new and experienced stampers.


 The Yarn Divas
If it has to do with yarn, thread, string or possibly even rope, these club members can do it. They make various items for charity such as knitted and crochet chemo hats, lap robes for wheelchair-bound people, teddy bears, caps for newborns, and other similar projects. They also work on projects for themselves. All levels of skill are welcome, and if you have no skill but want to learn, there’s always somebody who will teach you.