For some people, community activities provide the best means for personal expression and social experience. The below list of options is available for people who are interested in meeting with other people who might have shared interests. We partner with many different groups, so feel free to send us your recommendations or suggestions.
This group is for the more intellectually inclined. Options would be things like seminars, demonstrations, discussions, tutorials, workshops, forums, or symposiums. Some sessions will have a more Q & A format with broad audience participation, at other times personal stories or an exchange of ideas occurs in small groups.
These events are more loosely structured than any other. They take the form of conferences, conventions, trips, pilgrimages, or retreats. Typically, this is for people who have strong interest in a certain area and want to expand the number of experiences they have had in the field with others.
These events are specifically for people who have shared a common experience. The situation will be geared around an experience and what others have been through. We work to organize and coordinate the necessary organizational details that allow the members to focus exclusively on the subjects they find most meaningful.
These groups are very casual and the purpose is more based on giving people opportunities for rest and relaxation. It is non-skill based, so technical analysis are kept to a minimum. The kinds of activities that people can look to choose between are things like walking groups, stretching groups, reading clubs, television or movie watching groups.
These events range from parades to theatrical performances to competitive artistic competitions. People with local talent have the chance to perform for the benefit of others. These artistic gathers are typically organized by adults, but the performances themselves are performed by toddlers, children, teens, young adults, adults, seniors and even the elderly.