NOTE: Complete details and the scheduled meeting of each interest group can be found in our newsletter. Unless otherwise noted, Newcomers groups meet monthly in different members’ homes. Each group is informal and friendly.
At the Movies: Join us monthly for a movie, food and conversation.
Book Club: We offer lively discussions of fiction and non-fiction in our monthly meetings.
Brunch at Brigs: Newcomers women gather once a month for great food and lots of laughs. No RSVP needed.
Evening Bridge: Players of all skill levels are welcome for a casual evening of social bridge.
Canasta: Join us for good conversation and a casual card game.
Euchre: Meet with us for an easy-to-learn and enjoyable card game.
Fun and Games: We play games that involve the whole group and provide lots of laughs.
Garden Group: We enjoy tours to home gardens, garden centers, and associated businesses.
Lunch Bunch: Lots of cheerful conversation happens during our lunches at local restaurants.
Mah Jongg: Those experienced in playing Mah Jongg are invited to join us for an enjoyable afternoon of play.
Men’s Breakfast Group: Newcomers men gather for breakfast or just coffee twice monthly at local restaurants.
Men’s Poker: If you enjoy playing a friendly game of poker and meeting new people, this could be for you.
Progressive Hand & Foot: Experienced players enjoy this form of canasta.
Quilting Group: New and experienced quilters gather to share ideas and techniques.
Rubber Stamping: All rubber stamping enthusiasts and those who want to try the craft are invited to join us.
Samba: Join us for a casual card game which is related to canasta.
Single Sisters: Women of all ages come together for outings and conversation.
Stitch ‘N’ Chat: Bring your current stitching project or come to just sit ‘n’ chat with our group.
Theater Group: Attend live theater productions throughout the triangle.
Walking Group: Join our energetic walking group to enjoy great conversations while we stay fit!
Wine Tasting: Led by a wine educator, we savor a variety of wines and learn about their geographical regions.